Student worked on an earth rotation lab - Tracking Shadows Over Time.
Students place a straw in clay on a sheet of tagboard. They drew a line showing
the position of the shadow over thirty minutes.
This demonstrated Earth’s rotation and the shadow moved in a regular
manner over thirty minutes.
Students worked on Blue Marble Matches,
ps. 6-8. They began to recognize four processes that affect the geology of an
area – wind, water, impacts, and volcanoes.
Students conducted a direct/indirect heat energy (sunlight)
lab - Why is Summer Hot? Students had two
thermometers. One received direct heat energy and the other received indirect
heat energy. Students compared
temperature over thirty minutes.
working on learning how to analyze Earth images with the NASA program Blue Marble Matches (pgs.
Friday, November 4th
Students took a seasons quiz.
We reviewed seasons.
Our classes were about 25 minutes today. The 6th
Grade went to a STEM fair at the County Fairground.