And we have a winner. The girls were able to stack the cups with no hands working together as a team.
As student continue to study force, they answer questions like "Does friction affect the distance a toy car will travel?" Or "Does the surface of the floor affect the path the ball took?
Students are excited to see the scientific method at work!
students test magnets!
Friction in the hall...
Shoes, socks and feet. Who won!
More testing to come...The scientific method is so exciting.
We are researching Newton's Law of Motion on Symbaloo!
The journey begins...
Exploring the rainforest and a few creatures along the way. We discovered the climate was very humid. Jouse was use to this. He said this was like home.
What are these students doing? They are working hard. Newton's laws at work...
Is this the end?
Living and nonliving things interact with our community. Students write about how abiotic factors interact in their own backyard in science class this week.
As we practice writing in science, our weekly journal entry is about water! What is life like as water in the three states of matter?
Students find different methods to seperate mixtures!
With ActivInspire students are working hard in math.
Students work on their own lap tops today. We all have ActivInspire that allows us to work independently on our mornining math lesson.
Students take time out of their busy morning to enjoy their favorite book!
I hope to get students excited about science and the world around them.