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The Life of a Sea Turtle (Ages 10-15)
Do you want your child to be influenced to make a change? This course will help motivate students to make a difference in the world by learning the life and struggles these distinctive, unique creatures face.
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Students will learn what it is like to live the life of a Sea Turtle by observing their life cycle. They will acknowledge basic facts, where they live, what they eat, predators, the dangerous they face, and how we can preserve them. During the virtual presentation, students will participate in discussion's and will be asked to listen for interesting facts. After exploring different videos and articles about Sea Turtles, students will enhance their creativity and gather interesting facts that...
What kind of animal (species/ subspecies) Where do they live? For how long? Reproduction? What do they eat? How many different species are there? Endangered? How can we do to preserve them ?
Your creativity Piece of paper Coloring utensils
There will be an art project at the end of the class. Each student will draw a sea turtle than write two facts about what they have learned and how we can preserve their species.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will refer to National Geographic videos and articles about Sea Turtles
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Hi my name is Maddie, and super excited to learn with you! All of my classes, are targeted for ages 4-9 and 10-15 and are based on marine life and how is its effected by climate change. We will explore one of the most beautiful, diverse, and...