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- Available Lessons: 106
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1What Are Adaptations? - Lesson for Kids
Course SummaryOur Adaptations for Kids course is designed to help elementary students learn via a fun online environment. The course's engaging lessons and practice quizzes can help any elementary-level student study for tests, finish homework assignments and improve their science knowledge.
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About This Course
This convenient online course covers important adaptation topics that are commonly taught in elementary school science classes. Through bite-sized video lessons that are typically less than ten minutes in length, your students can quickly learn and review adaptation definitions and concepts. Following each lesson is a short practice quiz that can help your students retain the information they've learned. Parents and teachers have access to their kids' quiz scores so they can assess how well they've understood the material and identify concepts that may require further study.
How It Works
- Starting at the course Dashboard, your students can begin taking the course in sequence from the first chapter. They also have the option to jump to specific adaptation chapters and lessons that interest them.
- The self-assessment quizzes that follow each lesson allow students to solidify their understanding of the adaptation concepts and practice answering multiple-choice questions about the subject.
- Printable transcripts are included to supplement the studying experience.
- Students can use the interactive video timelines to jump to specific points in a video lesson.
- Our expert science instructors are available to answer any questions your students may have about adaptations.
Using the Course
The safe online learning environment of this course allows students to focus while enjoying the learning/studying process. The course can be customized to fit your students' needs, and the material is available at any time of day or night, which helps parents, teachers and students use the course whenever it fits their busy schedules.
The course can benefit parents, students and teachers in a variety of academic situations:
- To help students get ready for upcoming science tests
- To function as a convenient homework help resource
- To engage students with fun in-class teaching resources
- To supplement traditional science textbooks
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