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(Flex Class) Pokémon Science: Exploring Reptiles
Science & Nature
See Ya Later, Alligator!
In this fun and interactive one-time class, young wildlife biologists will learn all about one of our favorite wild reptiles, the American alligator.
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How does a "One-Time" class work?
Meets once at a scheduled time
Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Great for exploring new interests and different styles of teachers
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What are alligators, anyway? Where do they live? What do they eat? Are they dangerous? In this one-time class for young wildlife biologists ages 5-7, we'll answer these and many other questions as we explore the exciting world of the American alligator. Using a Powerpoint presentation as our guide, we'll use songs, games, fun facts, and video clips to find out all about these scary, cool reptiles. At the end of our time together, we'll complete a fun alligator art project young wildlife...
Students will be able to teach someone else two or three facts about the American alligator.
No homework is required for this class.
These inexpensive supplies are needed for the craft project we'll complete together at the end of class. -1 paper plate -scrap cardstock (ex. index card) -crayons, markers, or green paint -scissors -1 brass brad-type fastener -2 'googly eyes' (if you want) -glue
The teacher will informally observe learners as they participate in class and interact with each other.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Our alligator project requires cutting a paper plate with scissors. Parental Guidance is required for use of scissors.
Primary Literacy, Science, and Math, Oh My!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
93 total reviews
124 completed classes
Hello! My name is Tracy Raymond, and at Outschool, I'm known as Ms Tracy. I love teaching! My BA is in Elementary Education, and for over a decade and a half, I taught in 'brick and mortar' public schools. Most of that time was spent in First...