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See what floats with this scripted lesson about buoyancy! Part of the Oceans theme, this activity includes a student worksheet where students write down their own hypotheses and results. This activity is designed to encourage students to form an
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What exactly do the roots of a plant do? Doesn't the stem just hold up the leaves? Take a closer look at plant physiology and teach students what plants need to survive and how they get it. Students will create hypotheses about roots and stems and
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Get students thinking about the challenges of life in space with the Space Travelers activity. They will need to work together in close quarters to complete their mission and may discover that traveling in space is harder than they
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Designed specifically for younger students, "Rock On" is a fun way to teach classification. Students learn to compare rocks and sort by color, texture and size. Best of all, they think it's just a game! Scripted lessons make it easy for new
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Compare and contrast the value of mining for natural resources with its potential effects on the environment using this fun and simple activity. Students consider the importance of rocks and minerals in our daily lives, the resources mining
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Every tree has a story to tell as does every person. First, teach students how tree rings tell the life story of a tree. Then help students tell their own life stories in the form of a Tree Ring Timeline. Students learn how to shade with pastel
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Think teaching about earthquakes is complicated? Well, it doesn't have to be because this scripted lesson makes it super easy! First teach students some earthquake basics like the difference between the focus and the epicenter, and then have them
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A whole new way to teach photosynthesis! Ever try to teach photosynthesis to a room full of fourth graders? Did they zone out after the first three minutes? Well, no more! Teach the core concepts of photosynthesis in a fun, hands-on, clear and
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Combine art and science with this geology themed art lesson! Students learn how mountains are formed and to identify and name the basic parts of a mountain range. Then they practice working with pastel chalk to create a beautiful and unique
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Teach students about the parts of a seed by having them dissect one. This scripted lesson includes an introduction to plant reproduction and pollenation followed by step-by-step instructions for dissecting a seed. There is a worksheet for students
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Ever wonder how different types of rock are formed? Find out, and teach your students with this easy and fun scripted lesson. The hands-on activities demonstrate quickly and simply how igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks are
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Combine art and science with this geology themed art lesson! Scripted curriculum makes explaining the process of erosion and the formation of sedimentary rock simple. Then students create their own representation of a sedimentary rock, and learn the
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When was the last time you stopped to really look at a tree? Foster your students appreciation of trees with this scripted art activity, Tree Sensations. In this lesson students will use four of their five senses to closely observe trees and write
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Students "go fishing" to discover the positive and negative effects humans can have on animal populations. In Part 1, this fully scripted lesson guides group leaders through a simple and fun popultion density experiment that illustrates how easily
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Encourage students to think about the beauty and wonder of our home planet with this scripted art activity. To start, they will create their own unique poetry about Earth. Then they will draw symbols or pictures that represent their poem. Finally,
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Compare salt water with fresh water and teach students about density with this scripted, Oceans themed activity. This lesson includes a student worksheet where students can record their observations and answer questions to reinforce their
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Camille Diaz has over 10 years of experience in the informal education field as an education coordinator, a camp director, and as the assistant director of an afterschool program. She has been developing science-based, hands-on curriculum for the past eight years.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I like to write theme based curriculum that follows a "say and do" approach which makes teaching easy for new teachers and group leaders, particularly those who work in afterschool programs.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I always love when staff I've trained come back to me and say how much they enjoy teaching using my materials. My favorite teaching moment was when I had just finished teaching a group of zoo campers about decomposition with an experiment including yeast and a banana in a plastic baggie. We had just broken up into small groups to start creating their baggies when one student came in late. I was worried I would have to stop and explain or he wouldn't understand the project. To my delight, another camper took him in and explained the whole experiment perfectly. They really were learning!

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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