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Science & Nature
Journey to the Moon
Is the moon made of cheese? Why does it look so small? How long does it take to get to the Moon? These are just some of the questions we will answer in this class.
Journey to the Moon
Description
Is the moon made of cheese? Why does it look so small? These are just some of the questions we will answer in this class. We will learn more about the Moon, what it's made of, how far it is from the Earth, and so much more! This lesson is for curious minds ready to explore the universe.
Learning Goals
  • Why does the moon look different every night?
  • Why can't we see the moon during the day?
  • What is the moon made of?
  • Can people live on the moon?
  • How long does it take to get to the moon?
  • How long does it take to get to the moon?
Outcome
  • Students will learn the phases of the moon.
  • Students will learn about how Earth and the Moon rotate.
  • Students will learn about how Earth and the Moon rotate.
  • Students will learn the material of the moon.
  • Students will be able to explain if people can or cannot live on the Moon and why.
  • Students will learn the distance from the Earth to the Moon and how long it takes to get there.
Requirement
  • All materials will be provided by the teacher.
External Resources
  • Provided by the teacher
Time commitment
  • 40 minutes
Supply List
  • coloring pencils or crayons
Once a week One-Time Class
35 minutes Class Duration
5 Kids Maximum Class Size
Ages 5-10 Age Range
USD 17.10 Total Price Per Learner (USD)

Teacher
Hello, parents and kids! I'm Keishla. I was born and raised in the tropical island of Puerto Rico. I'm passionate about helping learners discover the wonders of nature, animals, and space. I encourage creativity and curiosity. My classes will be fun and engaging, they will provide a comfortable environment for students to engage with the learning process. For several years, I taught in the traditional classroom setting. I taught English, science, math, social studies, and Spanish to kids in first, second, and third grade. After that, I taught English to kids in seventh, eighth, and ninth grades. Learning is discovering. I can't wait to have you in class.
See you soon.
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