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In this one time class we study habitats together! What are the components of a habitat? What different types of habitats are there? Who lives in these different habitats and what adaptations do these wildlife have to survive there? Through pictures, videos, drawing, and storytelling we will explore six types of habitats, the animals and plants that live in each, and why they live there. We will discuss the boundaries between habitats and why they are important, as well as the impact...
Learners will: Define the components of a habitat Classify six different kinds of habitats Compare and contrast features of habitats Question what types of animals live in each habitat Predict how habitats might change
Professionally I have accumulated over 3 years of experience working as a Teacher/Naturalist at two different outdoor learning centers. In both roles I taught environmental education programs as school field trips, scout programs, birthday parties, one-off programs, multi-week series, summer camps, and more. I also had the opportunity to create my own curriculum for after school and weekend programming and offered a variety of course options. I have always enjoyed empowering young people to find a way to love learning, and I hope to use this collection of experience to share knowledge of nature and inspire learners to explore outdoors through our classes together.
Homework is not required, but I encourage learners to take what we learn together outside with them after class to extend the lesson!
Paper and drawing materials.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Emily ThomsenEnvironmental Educator - Naturalist
122 total reviews
168 completed classes
Hello friends! My name is Emily (she/her) and I am so excited to learn more about science and nature together! In class we will talk about the plants, trees, animals, fungi, water, soil, critters and air that make our natural world so fun to...