When you are finished with your Earth Systems Assessment, you will watch the following video as a preview to our next unit. While you are watching the video, you will complete the video notes page: In the top box, you will draw a picture of an idea about energy that is shared in the video. … Continue reading Energy Video and Notes
Happy Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day! I hope everyone had a chance to pause and think about what they can do to keep Dr. King’s dream alive! I saw lots of reports on the news of people volunteering and helping others out. Here are some important dates for this week: Tuesday, January 17th: reading … Continue reading Week of January 16th-20th!!!
We were given a design challenge to build an earthquake proof building for a toy bear using only marshmallow bricks, plastic bricks, toothpicks, and tape. We then placed them on a shake table to test their strength. Check out our finished products. Can you guess which ones survived the earthquake?
I hope everyone had a relaxing and warm weekend. I was able to relax all weekend, and it was amazing! Check out some important dates this week: Friday, January 13th: Reading Logs due and SCIENCE TEST!!! ELA: This week we will revisit our learning targets of summarizing and theme. We are working with students to … Continue reading Week of January 9th-13th!!!
We are working on making New Year’s Resolutions and goals for 2017. Check out our videos! Mrs. Heckstetter
I can’t believe this school year is half-way over and we have moved into 2017! Before we know it, we will be home again for Spring Break in March. It is always amazing to me how much the school year flies, and how much the students have learned. Important Dates: **Reading Logs return this week. … Continue reading Week of January 2nd-6th!!!
Check out the following link for an interactive map of volcanoes and earthquakes: Interactive Map
Check out these fun online winter-themed games! Winter Games
Check these out: 1. Web Rangers 2. Shape it Up!
Here is the recipe for making our glacier slime: To make flubber, empty the 4 oz of glue into the gallon bag and add 1/2 cup of cold water. Mix. In a separate container, mix 1/3 cup of hot water with 1 tsp of borax. Then, add the hot water/borax mix to the gallon bag. … Continue reading “Glacier” Slime Recipe