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Who Flies at Night? Fun Facts about Owls and Bats: PreK Learning with Ms. Liz

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Liz
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(350)
We'll look at pictures and read books like "Night Animals", learn about where and how bats and owls live, compare them with our same/different project, and engage in themed activity pages like connect the dot, mazes and count and write!

Class experience

US Grade Pre-Kindergarten
Students will listen to stories and look at pictures and ask and answer questions throughout class, practice taking turns talking, listening and sharing observations about bats and owls.  

Learners will find out fun facts about owls and bats, strengthen fundamental PreK skills like literacy, listening and sharing, predicting, problem solving, observation and speaking in turn while we talk about these animals and practice additional fine motor work engaging in our same and different sorting activity.

**In order to promote class discussions and participation I do not mute learners' microphones. This also helps learners practice their social skills such as active listening and taking turns. In order for this to work, students need to be in a quiet setting away from background noises (loud conversations, telephone calls, t.v, etc.). **
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Please print out the included activity pages and have the 9 owl and bat words/pictures for the same and different activity cut apart BEFORE class begins. **In order to promote class discussions and participation I do not mute learners' microphones. This also helps learners practice their social skills such as active listening and taking turns. In order for this to work, students need to be in a quiet setting away from background noises (loud conversations, telephone calls, t.v, etc.). **
Because of the age of the class I recommend a grown up be within "ear-shot" to help with any technical hiccups (mic and video) that might come up. Please print out the included activity pages and have the 9 owl and bat words/pictures for the same and different activity cut apart BEFORE class begins. 

**In order to promote class discussions and participation I do not mute learners' microphones. This also helps learners practice their social skills such as active listening and taking turns. In order for this to work, students need to be in a quiet setting away from background noises (loud conversations, telephone calls, t.v, etc.). **
"Incredible Owls" by Justin McCory Martin 
 "I am Bat" by Morag Hood
"It's a Good Thing There Are Bats", by Joanne Mattern
"Owl Bat Bat Owl" Marie Louise Fitzpatrick
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(350)
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Hello Outschool Families!

My name is Liz Stone, better known as Ms. Liz, to my 3, 4 and 5 year old friends.  Did you know that reading aloud to kids has clear cognitive benefits? For example, brain scans show that hearing stories strengthens the... 
Group Class

$14

per class
Meets once
35 min

Completed by 16 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 3-5
1-5 learners per class

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