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Science & Nature
Science: Introduction to Snails and Worms
One day class, students learn about the differences of a snail and worms.
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What will be taught: Students will learn types of snails. Students will learn can snails see or smell. How can snails move their bodies from one place to another. Students will learn do snails have feet to make them move. Students will learn if snails are strong and what do snails eat to survive. Students will have snail pictures provided to help them see the different kinds of snails for observation. Students will have a craft project done for day two. Students will learn about why are...
Students will understand how snail and worms live, survive, and why they are important to our gardens.
Experience Lead Teacher with GA Lottery Preschool for five yrs. Head Start Teacher in Poconos Families and Services for two yrs. East Stroudsburg School District sub for many different levels K-12 for over 20yrs.
6 files available upon enrollmentSome paper and pencil if you want to take notes for the Venn diagram activity.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Parental guidance is helpful in case of technical difficulty or help for logging on to the zoom. Students do not need any expensive toys, furnishings or other items. They do need well designed space that is safe for the student to do activities/projects. Parental guidance is necessary incase student needs help with an activity with guidance. Such as gluing, cutting with scissors etc. There are no third party websites that will be used for each week for the lessons or signing in for accounts.
Venn diagram will be provided for the day two lesson. Pictures will be provided of snails and worms.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
166 total reviews
628 completed classes
Hello! My name is Ms. Devra and I have been teaching since 1997. I have experience teaching grade levels K thru 12 on several platforms, to include online learning and the traditional classroom. I have also taught English language to students...