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Science & Nature
We Are Scientists - Let's Dissect!
The hands-on approach of dissection will allow students to see, touch and explore various parts of a plant to strengthen their comprehension at the various parts of a plant and how they work.
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Once per week
over 5 weeks
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per learner - per class
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On the first week of class, we will discuss dissection and its purpose and then choose a flower to dissect and label and learn about the anatomy of a flower. We will also look at why flowers are certain colors, learn about pollination and then end by making a floral print. The second week of class we will look at different types of beans and their uses, we will then dissect a bean, label it and learn about bean science and how plants grow from seeds. We will then look at the different...
With the knowledge of science, students will learn to think logically and solve a problem. It is this problem-solving skill, which is learnt in the early years that have enables a person to solve problems and prepare them for a lifetime of discovery.
As a Montessori teacher, children are given extensive lessons on how to use tools, real tools, safely and appropriately. Food preparation is a vital part of the Montessori curriculum. These activities help children to use their skills and accept responsibilities. Many preliminary activities that isolate a single skill are done and assist children to handle kitchen tools. Preparing and serving food, such as snacks, are natural ways for children to learn cooperation and feel that they are a valued part of their home/school community.
No formal work. Just get beans ready for dissecting by soaking beforehand and safety lessons on handling kitchen tools appropriately and safely.
Materials for flower dissection- cutting board, flowers,( Lillies are great for this activity, if they are in season), child-SAFE scissors or knife, magnifying glass, paints, and small dishes to pour paints in, paper for labels, pencil, art paper for making print, small towel or wash cloth, tweezers. Materials for bean dissection - beans (-pinto works best) for dissection, and 2-3 other types of beans for observation. Soak the pinto beans 12-24 hours prior to class for it to be dissected well, bowl, spoon, plastic knife or butter knife, magnifying glass, cutting board, paper for labels and for placing dissected beans, small towel or wash cloth. Beans for bean salad making that your child or children will love. Suggested beans - 1 can cannellini beans, rinsed and drained, 1 can kidney beans, rinsed and drained 1can garbanzo beans, rinsed and drained, bowl for salad, spoon. The salad dressing can be olive oil, a touch of granulated sugar to taste, and salt and apple cider vinegar. Materials for fruit dissection - Different fruits for fruit salad, one for dissection, (bell pepper), a cutting board, Child-safe knife, (butter or plastic), paper for labels, pen, small paint brush, small dish for paint, paints, bowl for salad, magnifying glass, tweezers, small towel or wash cloths. Materials for leaf dissection - different types of leaves, tweezers, cutting board, magnifying glass, paper for labels, small child-safe knife, and a small towel, mallet or hammer and (white cotton cloth, 11x7") is great Materials for vegetable dissection - brussel sprouts, or another vegetable of choice, cutting board, magnifying glass, paper for labels, small child-safe knife, tweezers and small towel.
Our young scientists will be assessed informally in the classroom as they discover the hows and whys of the many different things they dissect,
40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Students should be capable of using tweezers, hammer, mallet, plastic knives in a safe and comfortable manner or parents, please stay close by to assist with the cutting and usage of utensils.
Beverlee MendozaMontessori teacher who smiles bigger when the sun comes out, so I can walk in my garden.
29 total reviews
40 completed classes
Hello Everyone! The Child should love everything he learns, for his mental and emotional growths are linked. (Maria Montessori) My name is Beverlee Mendoza and I live in Virginia in the USA. I have a B.A. in English from Christopher Newport...