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    Elementary Chemistry and Physics

    Science Fair I am so proud of everyone’s accomplishments in our Science Fair! You all did awesome! Congratulations on a job well done! Please hang on to your boards. I need to check with the end-of-the-year program coordinator to see if there will be room to display all of them. I know there were some of our families who couldn’t make it to the science fair. So this would give them an opportunity to see the displays. If space is an issue for the end-of-the-year program, we may display the top three from each age category. We will simplify matters and ONLY bring the boards. There are too many delicate,…

  • 3rd-6th Science,  No Category

    Elementary Physics and Chemistry

    Just in case you aren’t getting my emails, here’s the assignments for the next week: Science Fair Project If you haven’t finished reading about your project, finish that up this week. Most of your time this week should be spent on the experiment portion of the project. After the experiments are completed, information should be filled out for the Data Analysis and Conclusion pages in your science fair folder. Be sure to remember to bring the science fair folder Friday. I will be checking them during lunch. Next week, we will begin putting all the information on the tri-fold board. So, if you do not have the board, be sure…

  • 3rd-6th Science,  No Category

    Chemistry and Physics, 3rd – 6th grade

    Reading Begin reading Electrifying our World. We will have a special speaker, Derek McGill, teaching our class. With this being his area of expertise, I believe this Friday will be a very interesting class! It would be great if the kids have some previous knowledge before his presentation on Friday. So, feel free to read the entire chapter, if you’d like. Science Fair For this week, our goal is to begin gathering your resources and request any library books you may need. We need to have everything together by the start date in two weeks (meaning a question, resources, and supplies). I would like for them to read about their…

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    Shurley English 6 for February 1st

    Can you believe that our next Friday is in February? Finish Chapter 19, Lessons 2-4. Make sure you  understand the difference between a Predicate Nominative and a Direct Object. Turn in your Final Copy for “The Fox and the Grapes.” Be sure to include 2 figures of description (FODs) and label them in your paper by underlining or italicizing the FOD and then putting the name of the FOD in parentheses after the FOD.

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    Shurley English 6 for January 25th

    Happy MLK Jr. day! Your parents permitting, you may take an English break today! For the week, finish chapter 18, lessons 1-4. Don’t forget to consistently review your vocabulary. The questions in the vocabulary section of your tests are worth 2 points each, and you can easily drop a letter grade if you’re not careful. For Composition, there is no writing assignment, but you will have a quiz on the following terms (figures of description or FODS): Anemographia, Dendrographia, Ethopoeia, Astrothesia, Chorographia, and Chronographia.  The quiz will be matching😀