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Science Part 2: Learn Some Fun Facts About Storms and Complete 3 Experiments
Students will learn fun facts about snow storms, hurricanes, typhoons, cyclones,and sand storms. As they progress through the lesson they will complete three science experiments.
In Part Two of Learn Some Facts About Storms, students will learn more amazing facts about storms. As students learn facts they will complete three different science experiments. Experiments include: Make a snow storm, Make Snow, and Make a hurricane in a bowl. Teacher will ask questions to guide students thinking throughout the lesson. Students do not need any prior knowledge about storms. Students do not need to complete Part 1 in order to take this class but thunderstorms, hail, rain,...
Students will increase their knowledge of storms. Students will be encouraged to research more regarding storms. Students will improve on their listening skills to complete the experiments successfully.
My Name is Mrs. Bannert. I am a certified teacher. I have a Masters in Education. For the past five years I have taught in a public school setting and for the past three years I have taught in an online format. I am a certified science teacher. I love storms and learning more about them. I also love hands on learning. In this course I have combined both of the things I love to teach your learner interesting facts while completing hands on science experiments.
Learner Supply List: (If you can not obtain these items please let me know prior to class and we can come up with an alternative. I do perform each experiment live so the learners can see it unfold even if they do not have the supplies to perform it themselves during class.) Hurricane Experiment: Large Bowl Blue Food Coloring Warm Tap Water Something to stir with Shaving Cream String or Ribbon approx. 6 inches (15.24 cm) Snow Experiment: Bowl Baking Soda Conditioner Blizzard Experiment: Jar Bowl Baby Oil (Or Coconut/Vegetable Oil) White Paint Alka Seltzer (If you live an an area where Alka Seltzer is not available baking soda and vinegar is a great alternative.) Tap Water
Meet the teacher
Hello, My name is Mrs. Bannert. I am a certified teacher who has a Masters Degree in Education. I have taught English in a public school setting and online as a Foreign Language to students overseas. I am certified to teach English, Math, Science...
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Live video meetings
1-8 learners per class