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Primus Summer Camp: Engineering Camp with Projects
We will study the basic mechanics of engineering and explore solutions to common engineering problems. We will build an engineering project during every class. #academic
Annette the Teacher B.A. TEFL TESOL
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US Grade Level
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$13 per class
Meets 5x per week
Over 1 week
50 minutes per class
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Humans have been inventing since ancient times. Some inventions were before their time, some were small, and some changed the world. Inventors create their inventions using engineering principles. During this class, we will learn about five different types of engineering, and inventors and inventions throughout history. We will apply what we learn by making our own engineering projects. We will use models, pictures, presentations, and videos during the class. We will do an engineering...
This class is taught in English.
Students will learn engineering, history, science, art, and architecture.
Annette the Teacher has been teaching for a very long time. She has over three decades of experience teaching children of all ages. She has a B.A. in Sociology with minors in Biology, Chemistry, and Writing from the University of Pittsburgh. She has homeschooled her own children from Pre-School through (their current) High School. All of her classes are interactive. Annette encourages students to fully participate in class. All of her classes feature hands-on activities and books Annette writes for the class herself. Annette is a published writer, publisher, and artist. She uses her extensive knowledge and experience to create unique classes for every student. She enjoys teaching science, history, art, and cooking classes. She brings history alive with her "Life in ..." history classes where students learn about key times in history by experiencing children and families' lives in that time period. "Paint like ..." art classes where students will learn about famous artists and create their own artwork based on the artists' works. "Smart Science" classes where we explore science and complete experiments and projects. Kid Cuisine classes are cooking classes for Young Chefs based on historic foods and science topics. Students should be prepared to make, explore, and create during class. Annette knows hands-on, interactive experiences are the best way for children to learn. Annette has completed Continuing Education Certification with OER's Big History and World History Projects and the NMNA's Foundation for Teaching and Learning about Native Americans. She completed her Best Start in Life: Early Childhood Development certificate. She is currently working on certifications for working with special needs children and early education.TEFL certification. Annette also has experience working with Special Needs children. She is Mom to a child on the autism spectrum and a child with serious medical needs. She also has worked with children with ADHD. If your child has special needs, please contact Annette so she can work with you and your child.
Students will work on their bridge project to present to the class on Friday.
Note: Students will be building their own bridge project outside of camp throughout the week. They can use any building materials they have on hand. They can build any kind of bridge they want out of any materials they want to use. A sample bridge will be presented on Monday. Supplies needed for each day: Day 1: Two pieces of cardboard (about 4 x 6 inches), 4-6 empty toilet paper tubes, white glue, tape, a rock, stone, or book. Day 2: 8 craft sticks or popsicle sticks, three rubber bands, 1 plastic spoon Day 3: Toothpicks and playdough Day 4: The juice of 1 lemon or 1/4 cup lemon juice, 1 cup of cold water, 3 tablespoons sugar, 1/4 teaspoon baking soda, 1 large cup or glass, 1 spoon, 1 plate Day 5: Bridge Presentation Day - Students should bring their completed bridge projects to camp. They will have the opportunity to present their bridge to the class, if they so choose.
4 hours 10 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We will be building projects during this class. We will be using scissors. If your student needs assistance using these tools, please have an adult nearby to assist. We will be viewing educational videos during class. Some of these videos may be on YouTube. Playdough or clay may contain wheat or other allergens. Check the packaging for allergy information.
This class was developed by Annette the Teacher
Annette the Teacher B.A. TEFL TESOL
I am a Teacher & Homeschool Mom with three decades of experience. I teach in all time zones, just ask for a class.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
114 total reviews
281 completed classes
Hello. I am Annette the Teacher. I can't wait to teach you here on Outschool. I use Activity Based Learning in my classes. Learning should be fun. My classes are based on hands-on learning projects. In my classes, you get into the action with...
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