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Science & Nature

Science Experiments - Physical Science, Earth Science, Life Science

Perform hands on experiments to learning physical science, earth science, and life science
Ms Simply Sarah M.Ed., Gifted and ESL Certified
235 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 8 learners
Class
30 minutes
per class
Once per week
every week
7-10
year olds
3-9
learners per class
per learner

How does anOngoingcourse work?

Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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Class Experience

  
Teacher, Ms Simply Sarah, is a certified teacher holding a state certificate in Elementary Education, English as a Second Language, and Gifted and Talented. Her expertise include developing enrichment opportunities and support for Gifted and Talented students beyond their regular educational curriculum.  Her passion is creating unique and personalized learning activities for students to be challenged, so they never find learning boring!
Gravity Drop - Week of July 24 ~ Bowl of Water ~ Pillow or Something Soft of Item to Land on ~ Testing Item Ideas: *Items will be dropped Legos, Crayon, Plastic Silverware, Balloon, Wash Cloth Penny, Paperclip, Rock, Beads, Bracelet, Small Ball (ping pong, super ball, golf ball, etc.), Dice, Button, Cork, Wood, Raisin, Grape, Carrot, Cherry Tomato (Any other toys and or objects the student would like to test) Melting Matter - Week of July 31 ~ 2 Clear cups (For ice cubes and or ice cream) ~ Salt (4 Tablespoons) ~ One of theses materials: Baking Soda, Sand, Flour, Baking Powder, Dirt ~ 2 Ice Cubes or 2 Tablespoons of Ice Cream *Students can experiment with only ice cubes or ice cream. Or students can experiment with ice cubes and ice cream. What Is It? - Week of August 7 ~ Water (1 cup) ~ Cornstarch (1 1/2 cup) ~ Bowl Suspenseful Experiment - Week of August 14 ~ Clear Jars or Container for Liquids ~ Liquid Choices: * Please choose a least 2 liquids Whole Milk Syrup Choice (pancake, maple, corn, etc.) Cooking Oil Choice (canola, vegetable , olive, coconut, etc.) Dish soap Water ~ Testing Item Ideas: *Items will get wet in liquids Legos, Crayon, Plastic Silverware, Penny, Paperclip, Rock, Beads, Bracelet, Small Ball (ping pong, super ball, golf ball, etc.), Dice, Button, Cork, Wood, Raisin, Grape, Carrot, Cherry Tomato (Any other toys and or objects the student would like to test) Biggest Bubble - Week of August 21 ~ 3 Cups ~ 3 Straws ~ Dish Soap ~ Hand Soap ~ Water ~ Liquid Choice Ideas: * Please bring your favorite drink or any drink Milk, Pop/Soda, Juice, etc Chemical Reaction - Week of August 28 ~ 3 Plastic Ziplock Baggies (different sizes if possible or the same size will work too) ~ Permanent ~ Baking Soda ~ Vinegar ~ Paper Towel or Tissue Paper
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Safety First! Guidelines for All Classes
(For Parents and Students)
- Work under the supervision of an adult at home
- All materials are to be used carefully and with caution
- Clean up and properly dispose of materials after class
- Wash your hands =)

All activities in Ms. Sarah’s classes are to be done under the supervision of an adult, who is responsible for the safety of the student.  Ms. Sarah is not responsible for any injuries or accidents resulted in class. 

Teacher

Ms Simply Sarah M.Ed., Gifted and ESL CertifiedA Gifted and Talented Teacher Inspiring a Love for Learning
235 total reviews
204 completed classes

About Me

Join an adventure in learning!  I teach to inspire students, of all ages, to develop a love for learning.   Students become inspired to learn when they can take risks, apply multiple strategies, learn from mistakes, and reflect on their work.  My... 
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