Science & Nature
What Makes an Insect an Insect? Insect Classification With Music and Movement!
Which crawly critters are classified as insects and which are not? In this interactive one time class we will learn two songs that make learning the scientific terms for insect parts and classification memorable and fun!
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Completed by 6 learners
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How does a “One-Time” class work?
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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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We will look at and identify a variety of interesting insects and learn what characteristics make an insect an insect (or not!) with an interactive slide show. We will learn the main characteristics of insects: they have three body parts, two antennae, and six legs. Those body parts are the head, thorax, and abdomen. To support remembering these terms, we will learn two fun and interactive songs which will help students remember how to classify an insect. We will then look at a number of...
Students will be able to classify an insect vs. a non-insect by the end of class.
I have owned and operated my own preschool for over twenty years and hold a license to teach Early Childhood Education for 3-7 year old children in all subjects. I have additional coursework in Maine's Early Childhood Learning Guidelines; this course specifically targets both the "science" and 'creative and fine arts" domains.
No additional work is required, but students will be encouraged to look around their backyards or other natural places to find and identify insects and non-insects.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Understanding will be assessed at the end of class by looking at a number of crawly critters and deciding: is it an insect or not? We will use the three main characteristics of insects (three body parts, two antennae, and six legs) to classify.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be learning two songs that will incorporate movement. While these may be performed sitting in a chair, you may wish to encourage your learner to get up and move a bit during the song. If you so choose, please clear an area near the computer so your learner can safely move without any obstructions and encourage them to stretch and drink water when appropriate.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
9 total reviews
5 completed classes
My name is Suzanne Gianattasio and I love working with kids of all ages! I believe that active participation with fun and educational activities is the key to learning for my students, so I try to make class interactive and engaging. I love to...