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Pokemon Chemistry: Atoms and Introduction to the Periodic Table
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This class will teach children about the major types of tails in the animal kingdom. Learners will discover which types of tails certain animals have and how they use them to do a variety of things to survive. Instruction will be lively, fun and interactive . I will use visual aids, discussion and demonstrations to help students grasp the concepts and have fun learning.
Students will learn key terms and concepts regarding the variety of animal tails and their uses including concepts such as prehensile tails, balancing and fly swatting. Both familiar favorites as well as new and unique animals will be introduced and the lesson will connect with the secondary theme of conservation.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Mitch CooperWildlife and Nature
23 total reviews
16 completed classes
I specialize in classes about animals, plants and nature. I aim to teach classes for students of all ages and branch into all sorts of fascinating topics about wildlife and ecosystems all over the globe. We humans have a lot in common with the...