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Exciting Entomology: Insects (and Other Arthropods) of the World!
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We're going to discuss what a star is, how they differ by color and size, and we'll do a science experiment to explain why they twinkle. See supply list for the list of materials.
1. Piece of cardboard 2. Aluminum foil 3. Clear glass or plastic bowl (medium size) 4. Water (1-2 inches) 5. Flashlight (a light from a cellphone works too.)
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Alayna GagnierAbout Me
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278 completed classes
Hi! I’m Alayna, a University of Washington alum, certificated teacher, and local author. Before having my two adorable munchkins, I taught in the public-school system for almost 6 years, and now enjoy guiding my children on their learning...