Science & Nature

Powerful Prehistoric Predators Flex Class

Students will learn about 9 of the most popular animal predators throughout the prehistoric eras in this 9-week flex class!
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Class

No live meetings

Over 9 weeks

10-15

year olds

1-18

learners per class

per learner - per week

How does aFlexible Schedulecourse work?

No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat

Available Times

Pacific Time

Mon Jun 6

Jun 6 - Aug 7 (9 weeks)
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Mon Sep 5

Sep 5 - Nov 6 (9 weeks)
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Mon Oct 3

Oct 3 - Dec 4 (9 weeks)
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Mon Nov 7

Nov 7, 2022 - Jan 8, 2023 (9 weeks)
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Mon Dec 5

Dec 5, 2022 - Feb 5, 2023 (9 weeks)
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Description

Class Experience

Students will learn paleontological facts and hypotheses about the following nine prehistoric predators: Tyrannosaurus, Spinosaurus, Cretoxyrhina, Carcharodontosaurus, Elasmosaurus, Giganotosaurus, Liopleurodon, Therizinosaurus, and Deinonychus.  Students will learn basic facts such as length, weight, geographical location, prehistoric era, diet, and additional fun facts about each animal.  Students will also learn specific characteristics that made each animal a predator during its time.  
I have over three years of experience teaching young students between the ages of 2 and 16 in an online environment. I love being able to positively influence my students all while having fun in class!
1. Pear Deck Slides (10-15 minutes, individual assignment)
The Pear Deck Slides are a set of interactive Google Slides that each student will complete on their own.  The slides consist of activities such as typing an answer to a question, or dragging and dropping an item on the slide to answer a question (e.g., "move the bar to the correct number on the number line that shows the weight of Tyrannosaurus").

2. EdPuzzle Videos (8-15 minutes, individual assignment)
The EdPuzzle videos are short videos about a particular prehistoric predator with build-in comprehension questions throughout the video that the students will answer.

3. Google Jamboards (15-20 minutes, group assignment)
Google Jamboards are a collaborative project where students will add one item each to complete a class project (e.g., "add one item to the Jam that shows a physical feature of how Tyrannosaurus was a predator").  Think of Google Jamboards as an actual physical whiteboard in a classroom where students can draw or add sticky notes as a class, only digital!  
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.

Teacher

Kristi Robertson (Mrs. Kristi)
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Lives in the United States
Welcome to my online classroom where interactivity, engaging discussions, and FUN all collide!
117 total reviews
129 completed classes

About Me

Hello! My name is Kristi Robertson. Learners call me Mrs. Kristi.  I love being an online teacher with Outschool and love the opportunities to share my knowledge and interests with young learners in fun and creative ways.  

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