earthquakes, volcanoes, nature, landforms
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Science & Nature
Natural Hazards: Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Kids will learn about earthquakes and volcanoes, some of Earth's most extreme events.
Natural Hazards: Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Description
Earthquakes and volcanoes are some of the most dangerous natural hazards. In this class, kids will learn about these extreme events: how they happen, why they happen, and how they change how the landscapes look. They will also take a look at the Pacific Ring of Fire and an ancient European city that disappeared because of a volcano.
Learning Goals
  • Identify the kinds of volcanoes.
  • What is an earthquake?
  • What is a volcano?
  • Understand how earthquakes and volcanoes change landscapes.
  • Students will learn about the Pacific Ring of Fire.
Outcome
  • Learners will identify the different kinds of volcanoes.
  • Learners will be able to tell how earthquakes happen.
  • Learners will be able to explain how earthquakes and volcanoes shape the land.
Requirement
  • All materials will be provided by the teacher.
External Resources
  • Provided by the teacher
Time commitment
  • 40 minutes
Once a week One-Time Class
40 minutes Class Duration
5 Kids Maximum Class Size
Ages 8-12 Age Range
USD 15.17 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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