Science & Nature
Weather Watchers: What to Wear
In this 6-week course, we will have fun discovering the seasons, weather, and what we should wear for the day.
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$5 per class
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Over 6 weeks
25 minutes per class
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What is the weather like in Winter? Why does is rain in Spring? How hot is Summer? Why does Autumn have so much wind? And what should you wear for the weather? Each week we will learn about a season and what kind of clothes we wear and activities we do for each kind of weather. Bring drawing materials to each class and students will each have an opportunity to add their input and share their likes/dislikes about the season/weather topic(s) of the day. Students can also document their local...
Students can document their local weather on a weather chart I provide. Observing and recording the local weather on their chart is completely optional, but a great way for students to enforce what they are learning in the classroom.
Bring drawing materials to each class. Students can also document their local weather on a weather chart I provide.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
25 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Adult help is typically needed for younger students in order to mute/unmute during class. Adult supervision is also suggested to help your student observe/record the weather on the student's optional chart.
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Hello! I am a mom of four great kiddos (ages 13 to 1). I currently run my own business making and delivering homemade dinners to those in my community. I have spent the last four years teaching ESL to students in China. I worked with high school...