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Science & Nature
STEM Design- Building a Moon Habitat
In this class, we will learn about our moon, what we need for survival, and design and build a moon habitat! Inclusive STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and math) class for all children including those with disabilities.
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50 minute class
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Ready to explore our moon and find out what it would really take for us to stay there? Join me in this one time class where we learn about our moon through discussion, photos, and videos and then we talk about a moon habitat! What do humans need for survival? What special things would we need to bring to ensure that we can thrive there? Children will learn about our basic needs, some not so basic needs that we have, and then create their own moon habitat. We will spend a big part of class...
Children will have a better understanding of our moon, our basic survival needs, and a design process.
Children will need: Paper Pencil Scissors Markers Glue, can be hot glue or glue sticks. Elmer's glue will work but is not best for this. Items for their design, this could include: Popsicle sticks Construction paper Toilet paper rolls (the cardboard only) Paper towel rolls (the cardboard only) Boxes (smaller boxes, like left possibly food packaging, or Kleenex) Pom Poms Straws Buttons and anything else you have around the house that your child can use to create their design.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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