World Explorers: Learn the Man-Made Wonders of the World
In this one-time lesson, students will travel the globe and learn about the different man made wonders of the a world!
Miss. Erica G
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In this class we will ZOOM around the world and learn about the different Man Made Wonders of the World! We will use a world map to talk about where each of the wonders is located, as well as learn some amazing facts along the way! Here is a breakdown of what to expect in this lesson: - Greeting/class rules - Introduction to the WORLD - Identify each of the Man Made Wonders - Talk about when and how they were made - Colour and fill in a world map as we go - Discussion about which wonder...
Students will learn about the 7 Man Made Wonders of the World. We will cover their location, how old they are, why they were created, as well as how they were made.
1 file available upon enrollmentI will provide students with a world map that they will be able to colour and fill in throughout the lesson. Please provide the student with some drawing materials, like pencil crayons or markers.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Miss. Erica G
Experienced Multi-Subject Teacher: Creative Arts & World Travels
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
213 total reviews
216 completed classes
Hi there! My name is Erica! I am an enthusiastic and creative teacher who is so excited for the opportunity to share my passions with my students! A bit about me; I have a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Arts and a Masters in Art Therapy, so to say...