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Science & Nature
Outdoor Architects - Create & Design an Insect Hotel
In this 2 part class, students will learn all about insect hotels, their importance, design elements and how to create and build one of their own using materials from nature!
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$14 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 1 week
30 minutes per class
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BUGS! INSECTS! CREEPY CRAWLIES! They're all amazing creatures that share our planet! Did you know that their are more than 200 million insects for each human on the planet! WOW! In this engaging and creative class, students will learn all about creating their own insect hotel. With so many interesting bugs around us, why not create a space just for them. Insects can be very helpful in and around your yard and offering them a place to inhabit is a great way to help the earth and our little...
Students will be asked to gather materials that they will need, as well as sketch their ideas for the Insect Hotel so that they have a guide/plan for the second class session when they will be building.
Students will need to provide their own materials to make their insect hotel. All materials can be found in nature for around the house, there is no need to purchase items. A list below give a general idea of the materials that can be used. Additional ideas will be shared in class as well. Strips of wood Straw Moss Dry leaves Woodchips Old terracotta pots Old roofing tiles Bricks, preferably those with holes through them Old logs Bark Pine cones Sand Soil Hollow bamboo canes Dead hollow stems cut from shrubs and herbaceous plants A sheet of roofing felt Straw/hay String Rocks Toilet paper rolls Whatever else you can find - preferably natural materials or recyclables
1 hour per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Educator (BS Elementary Education), Homeschooler, Homeschool Consultant, Small business owner
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181 total reviews
138 completed classes
Hello & welcome to Outschool! My name is Suzi and I'm excited to share a bit about myself. I am a former elementary school teacher turned homeschooling mom. I have a background in Literacy education and find joy in teaching new things and...