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Summer Camp Solar Oven S'mores | Learning About Thermal Energy | Stories & STEM

Leaves of Learning Academy
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(721)
In this class, learners will explore thermal energy. We'll listen to a story about a boy who learns about solar energy cooking, which uses heat from the sun to cook. Then, we'll make our own solar energy oven to cook S'mores!

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US Grade 3 - 5
Students will learn all about thermal energy and how solar cooker ovens work.  They'll build their own solar cooker oven to make S'mores using the sun's energy. 
I have been teaching elementary school for 26 years, most of that time being in 4th grade. I have a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education with an additional 30 hour concentration in the sciences in the state of Ohio and a Masters Degree in Education plus an additional 45 graduate credit hours in math, literacy and curriculum.  I have taught language arts, social studies, math, science, and STEM lab.
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Materials Needed For The Solar Cooker Oven: 1 unused pizza box aluminum foil clear plastic wrap scissors 1 sheet black construction paper 2 popsicle sticks ruler tape s'mores ingredients (graham crackers, chocolate bar, marshmallows)
Parents and Guardians: Before class starts, please help your learner trace a one-inch border around three sides of the lid of the pizza box. Using a knife, cut along the lines, but do not cut the flap! I'll send a photo of what this should look like! Thanks.

Parental guidance is recommended as we use scissors in this class, as well as the sharp attachments on the foil and plastic wrap boxes to cut those materials. 
Average rating:4.8Number of reviews:(721)
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Meets once
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Completed by 12 learners
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Ages: 8-11
2-8 learners per class

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