Wild Animal Science Weekly (With Mr. Jonathan) (Ongoing)
Join this ongoing animal science class any time! Learn facts about the features, habitat and conservation of one animal each week, along with educational materials and a Kahoot quiz. Great class for afterschool or homeschool students.
US Grade 3 - 5
Hello and welcome to Wild Animal Science Weekly! This a weekly ongoing class format and students are welcome to join, pause or cancel their subscription at any time! Each week in this class, kids can learn interesting facts about a wild animal and their specific habitat and their conservation classification. Weekly animal topics: Week of July 3: Red Pandas Week of July 10: Gray Wolves Week of July 17: Blue Whales Week of July 24: African Lions Week of July 31: Giant Panda Bears Week of Aug...
1. Students can learn facts about the characteristics and adaptations of animals and how they help them survive in the wild over time. 2. Students will learn how biologists use data from research and observations in the field to compare and classify animals. 3. Students will learn why conservation science is so important to preserving the balance of our planet's ecosystems. 4. Every week, students will learn new vocabulary related to the study of a new animal.
*After-Class Educational Materials: A participation certificate, along with optional educational materials will be available in the classroom after class. Learners will also be encouraged to post questions or responses in the classroom comment section so I can guide discussions that might carry over after class each week. Activities are optional. No one is required to do them in order to participate in this class.
*Student Supplies for class: 1. A Notebook for writing, taking notes, drawing, or working on activities. 2. Pencils, Markers or Crayons for completing activities such as copying, writing, labeling, tracing, coloring or drawing. 3. Weekly educational activities will be posted for download each week in the classroom after class. These activities can be printed OR easily opened on a computer or tablet to view while working in your notebook.
I will also provide an optional link to a fun quiz on Kahoot in the comment section on the classroom page after class in order to support and enhance the class experience. This quiz is just a simple, fun way for learners to test their knowledge. NO account or login in is required. Both YouTube and Kahoot are Outschool approved third-party tools.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
1. Two approved third-party tools YouTube and Kahoot are used weekly to support and enhance the lesson and the live class. 2. NO scary or violent content allowed here, just scientific facts presented in a positive way to encourage learning and scientific discovery.experience. No account required.
Here are some of the science and educational resources I use for research and SOURCE MATERIAL to develop the science content of the lesson. These resources are NOT used as third-party teaching tools during class: The San Diego Zoo The Monterey Bay Aquarium Smithsonian Ocean Oceana Smithsonian National Zoo Cheetah Conservation Fund NY Wolf Conservation The African Wildlife Fund
Meet the teacher
Welcome to my classroom! My name is Jonathan. Here, you will find science classes that are both fun and engaging for your curious learner. All my classes were designed using standards-based elementary level concepts of science in order to help...
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Live video meetings
1-6 learners per class