Science & Nature
Weekly: The Grossest, Creepiest and Coolest Animals in the World
Join at any time! In this ongoing Zoology inspired course, we will discuss several cool, creepy and gross creatures from around the world each week! The weirder, the better! No animals are off limits! After class, your child can enjoy a game of Kahoot! to test their new knowledge! (animal) (weird) (cool) (nature) (gross)
Marie Arsenault Animal Science M.Ed
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Completed by 316 learners
Once per week
learners per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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In this ongoing course, your child will learn about everything from the coolest, grossest, creepiest deep sea creatures, to the coolest, grossest, creepiest things on land, and everything in between! For a weekly breakdown of topics, please see the course outline at the bottom of this section. The diversity within the animal kingdom is astounding! In this ongoing class, we will dive into this world by exploring 3 interesting yet creepy, cool or gross creatures each week. Did you know that...
Students will learn many things such as habitat, behavior, diet, and fascinating facts about 3 species each week. There will be some live appearances from my own collection of reptiles every now and then, when relevant to the class material.
Paper and pen for notes if they so choose.
Classroom discussion and trivia will be used to informally assess learning.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
As can be expected with the grossest things, we will be discussing animals who eat their poop (there are many interesting reasons why animals do such a thing). There will also be a PG feeding video of my own pet python to demonstrate what a constrictor does when it attacks its prey. I will use humor to keep the kids on track and focused when it comes to learning these silly facts! Other topics that may come up are evolution, reproduction, and natural selection.
Marie Arsenault Animal Science M.EdReptile Enthusiast, Animal Lover and Teacher of All Things Weird!
4870 total reviews
3003 completed classes
Hello, friends! My name is Marie, and as an Animal Science teacher, I would love to teach your child all about the weird and unusual animals in the world! I will use every opportunity I can to incorporate my reptilian and furry pets into my...