• 6th Grade Homework

    SCIENCE FAIR UPDATE  We are working on our projects in class this week and next, but some students may need to finalize their data gathering at home.

    1/31 Have written report ready for editing and printing. Please have students get a simple cover for their report. Clear in the front is helpful, so that their title can be easily read.

    2/1  Students who are ready to print their reports will receive their display boards.

    Week of 2/4-2/8  Finalize reports, work on display boards.

    2/14  Family Science Fair: Please make coming to enjoy the Science Fair projects part of your Valentine's Day Celebration! =D

    2/15  Students will present their projects to the judges.

     

    12/5 Finish description of your creature's adaptations.  If you wrote it on a piece of paper, COPY IT INTO YOUR NOTEBOOK.  See this page.

     

    11/26 Make at least 2 practice/draft drawings of your Science Project set up. READ the directions on the page before you start!

    11/8  Finish Character Trait chart:  (your traits and your parent(s)' traits

    10/22  Start planning how you will model your cell: 3D? a movie? a song?

    10/8  Log onto google Classroom and make a Padlet post-it for "What you know about Cells"

    10/1  "Measuring Mass Practice"  #1-11

    9/27 Graduated Cylinder page

    9/26  Remember: if you want to retake Quiz #1, study!! The retake is this Friday.

    9/25 Paragraph explaining your Science Fair Project idea due tomorrow!

    9/24 Finish writing up your Marble Roll Distance lab. Include your variables, data, what happened, and conclusion.

           Brainstorm ideas for your Science Fair Project.

    9/20 Brainstorm ideas for your Science Fair project, and bring materials for Engineering Friday tomorrow.

    9/19 Complete page 1 of the "Hypothesis Practice" page (numbers 1-6)

            Start brainstorming ideas for your Science Fair Project

    9/13  Work on Science Festival Project Groundwork, front page only. Due 9/19

    9/12 Make a bar graph to represent the spider web data from class today

    9/6  Study for tomorrow's quiz. Review pages 6-12. Use quizlet vocabulary flashcards if you can.

    8/28 Read Textbook pages 6-7. Prepare to discuss tomorrow.

    8/27  Read "Inferring"  Complete pages 10 and 11 of the packet.

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  • 7th Grade Homework

    SCIENCE FAIR UPDATE  We are working on our projects in class this week and next, but some students may need to finalize their data gathering at home.

    1/31 Have written report ready for editing and printing. Please have students get a simple cover for their report. Clear in the front is helpful, so that their title can be easily read.

    2/1  Students who are ready to print their reports will receive their display boards.

    Week of 2/4-2/8  Finalize reports, work on display boards.

    2/14  Family Science Fair: Please make coming to enjoy the Science Fair projects part of your Valentine's Day celebration! =D

    2/15  Students will present their projects to the judges.

     

     

    12/5 Finish description of your creature's adaptations.  If you wrote it on a piece of paper, COPY IT INTO YOUR NOTEBOOK.  See this page.

     

    11/26  Be prepared to write up your air mask design, and share tomorrow if you think it might be the most efficient one!

    11/15  Read the article "Pelagic Red Crabs" and answer the questions on the "Monterey Bay Ocean Changes..." page

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IbO_6WnOgsXqT4_pEMIprLhfgxmunNJIJlPKbSFnXRc/edit?ts=5becfcbb

    The link to the video is also on this page, if you want to re-watch it.

     

    11/8. Finish Otters and Urchins Lab writeup. Include:

    • Table of contents and page numbers

    • Title

    • Data table

    • Graph: 2 colors, labeled axis, labeled data points, Title, Stapled neatly into lab notebook

    -Choose 5 questions to answer

       - Complete, blended sentences, numbered: ie: 7, 12, 13, 15, 19

    -Ask questions

    WRITE LEGIBLY  =)

      

    10/20 On your Biodiversity Atlas paper, write a paragraph describing where kelp forests occur along the California Coast. What year?

            Kelp Forest Info CA Map of Kelp Forests

    10/15-18  Do 2-3 Density practice problems per night.  Entire paper due on Friday.

    10/8  Log onto google Classroom and make a Padlet post-it for "What you know about Density"

    10/1 "Measuring Mass Practice"  #1-15

    9/27 Graduated Cylinder page

    9/25 Paragraph explaining your Science Fair Project idea due tomorrow!

    9/24 Finish the 3 graphs for Shell Lab:  Length, Height, and Ratio in decimal form. 

           Brainstorm ideas for your Science Fair project.

    9/20 Brainstorm ideas for your Science Fair project, and bring materials for Engineering Friday tomorrow.

    9/14  Start brainstorming ideas for your Science Fair Project

            Finish calculating the ratios (in fraction and decimal form) for your clam shell data. We will be graphing tomorrow.

    9/13 Work on Science Festival Project Groundwork, front page only. Due 9/19

    9/12 Decide on Engineering Project ideas if you have not decided already.  Salt samples still being accepted. =)

    9/5  Extra credit: Bring in 1 teaspoon samples of salt. Label bag with the type of salt.

    8/29 Read textbook pages 13-17. Prepare to discuss.

    8/28 Finish writing up your Design Challenge: Buoyancy lab in your lab notebook.

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