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Space Club

Space Camp - All Things Space With Fun, Crafts and Science Experiments, Oh My!

Kaitlyn Calicott
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(103)
In this multi-day class, students will feel immersed (I use green screen technology) as we blast off into space. Over the course of 4 days we will talk about the planets, stars, moons, comets and so much more through experiments and crafts.

Class experience

US Grade Preschool - 1
Language Arts skills such as reading, writing, communication, writing, and phonics
Math and counting skills
Science knowledge about space
I have been teaching online for over three years including an ongoing space class with over 680 saves. I have taught over 500 students everything from English and Science to baking and acting across multiple ages. I love teaching students and seeing them enjoy what they are learning.
Every day students will need paper and something to color with - markers, crayons, colored pencils, etc...

Monday Experiment :
4-5 tbsp baking soda
1 tsp dish soap
5-6 drops of any color food coloring
1 cup vinegar
Cup or bottle
Plate or tray to go underneath for easy clean up

Monday Activity :
-Favorite snacks such as crackers, tortilla chips, cookies, etc..

Tuesday Experiment 1:
-dish soap
-food coloring (need 2 colors)

Experiment 2:
Parents will need to be around for the second experiment
-Jar filled half way with warm water (like a mason jar)
-Bag of ice

Wednesday Experiment:
-empty bottle
-oil of some kind
-food coloring (red and yellow like sun but any colors are fine)
-a funnel (optional for pouring in bottle)

Wednesday Activity:
-plate or tray
-5 toothpicks bent in half but not completely broken (we will use them to make a star)
-dropper (can use a spoon or something else to put a little water in the middle of the star)

Thursday Activity 1:
-2 pieces of foil (one will be balled up)

Activity 2:
-Small ball
Some experiments and activities may require parental guidance such as using scissors or lighting a match.

Meet the teacher

Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(103)
I am Kaitlyn and I teach all things Theatre, English (grammar, story time, literature, ABC's, etc...), communications (such as reporting and anchoring), Science, History, crafting/DIY, and baking/cooking.
I am a published author of the books "I... 
Group Class


for 4 classes
4x per week, 1 week
60 min

Completed by 2 learners
Live video meetings
Ages 3-7
1-10 learners per class

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