Science & Nature

St. Patrick's Day Science and Art (Ages 5-7)

Engaging and interactive St. Patrick’s day themed hands-on science and art experiments for children ages 5-7. This class will bring joy and confidence to your learner, while creating a love of science through a small group learning setting.
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35 minutes

per class

Meets once


year olds


learners per class

per learner

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Class Experience

I’ve been a teacher for ten years certified in both general and special education ages birth through sixth grade. I was awarded teacher of the year at the previous school I was an educator at.  I have a year and half of remote education experience and absolutely love connecting with my students virtually.  I am extremely passionate about bringing the education experience to life through engaging and exciting activities.  I truly love to share my positive demeanor with my students and love to find moments to see themselves as the very best version of themselves.  Through encouragement, praise, kindness and patience, your child will feel welcomed, safe and happy in my class setting. 
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Magic Milk- 1 cup of full fat milk (the full fat brings the experiment to life) 1 bowl- the wider the bowl the better Dish soap 3-5 q-tips/cotton swabs Green liquid food dye Optional- shamrock cookie cutter (any cookie cutter will work) Shamrock Puff Paint ¼ cup white glue ¼ cup shaving cream Green liquid food dye Paintbrush Cardstock paper to paint on Rainbow Volcano Baking Soda Water Vinegar Cup Any color play dough to create a base around the cup. Red, yellow, green, blue Food coloring Pan to catch the volcano overflow
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be using vinegar, baking soda, shaving cream, food dye, glue and dish soap to complete our science and art activities. 
We advise you to work alongside your child while completing these activities. 
We advise you to have goggles or eye protective wear for your child for the vinegar and baking soda volcano experiment.

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Lives in the United States
Former toddler through high school educators
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1 completed class

About Us

Kimberlie earned her bachelor's degree in child study (birth-sixth grade) education with a focus in special education, and went on to earn her masters from Stony Brook University. Karlie received her bachelor’s degree in English secondary... 
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