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Descriptive Writing: A Silly Spooky Story 2
No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a "Flex" course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Ready for some Spooky STEM? In this class, we will explore the spooky side of STEM by learning how to think like scientists and engineers. Each week will include a read aloud of a STEM themed book, followed by a hands on spooky science or eerie engineering activity. Learners will develop their science skills through the use of the Scientific Method and Engineering Design Process (aka Science and Engineering Practices). Classes will be posted on Saturdays at 8 AM (central). Classes will...
Learners will develop their science and engineering skills by using Science & Engineering Practices to: -explore and understand the science behind a real world problem -design and build a solution to a real world problem
(Most supplies can be replaced with similar items. Use whatever you have available!) -PrintedEDP Planning Page (provided) or a blank piece of paper -Pencil -Scissors -Tape - Straws and Pipe Cleaners OR Sticks of some kind (examples: craft sticks, chop sticks, small sticks from outside) Supplies by Class Class 1 -small weighted object (examples: tennis ball, small pumpkin, book or journal) Class 2 -small disposable container with lid (ex: empty peanut butter jar, disposable tupperware container) -one baby carrot Class 3 - small bowl of water - pepper or glitter - dish soap Class 4 -cornstarch -water -mixing bowl -mixing spoon -food coloring (optional) -zipper storage bag (like a plastic snack bag) Other Maker supplies to have on hand (optional): -Paper -Recyclables (plastic containers, cardboard tubes from toilet paper or paper towels, empty food containers, etc.) -Craft supplies (yarn/string, rubber bands, paper clips, craft sticks, pipe cleaners, etc.)
Learners will be assessed informally.
No live meetings, and no time outside of class.
The use of scissors may be needed.
Elementary STEM Teacher, Former HS Biology Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
1 total review
1 completed class
Hello Learners, My name is Ms. Amy, and I have been a public school teacher for 6 years. I started off as a High School Biology Teacher, and now teach Elementary STEM. I hold a teaching certificate in Biological Sciences and Elementary Education...