Summer Prep

Summer Prep

Grade 6 into 7 Prep. Links and Resources   ECOSYSTEMS Biotic vs. Abiotic Factors Build your own Self Contained Biosphere student video Food Webs Ecosystems and Biomes link and video  Ecosystems Terminology and Organization   CHEMISTRY Lab Rubric Matter and the Particle Theory The Periodic Table of Elements Some Key Concepts About Elements and their Atoms Atoms are made of extremely tiny particles called protons, neutrons, and electrons. Protons and neutrons are in the center of the atom, making up…

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Gr. 7 Structures

Gr. 7 Structures

All presentations, links, and videos from the Structures: Form and Function lessons will be posted below. Stability and Forces Presentation Stress on Structures and Structure Types Presentation Stability, Symmetry & Bridge Type Presentation  

Gr. 7 Heat

Gr. 7 Heat

Find all presentations, videos, screencasts, handouts, and assignments below! MUST DO Lesson 1: Introduction to Heat PDF of Intro to Heat Slides Presentation Estimating Temperatures Handout  Lesson 2 : Thermometers PDF (3 HW questions located on last slide) Lesson 3: Heat, Temperature and the Particle Theory Thermal Expansion Video PDF copy of presentation   Bill Nye: Heat worksheet link (make a copy and share with Mr. Ray) Lesson 4: Conduction PDF of presentation Lesson 5: Convection Lesson 6: Radiation Lesson…

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Gr. 6 Biodiversity

Gr. 6 Biodiversity

Below are all of the presentations, videos, and assignments for our unit on Biodiversity. Scroll down to the bottom to find the COULD DO section. MUST DO Lesson 1: What is Biodiversity? Biodiversity Videos   Lesson 2:  The 5 Kingdoms and Classification Here is a copy of the presentation used in the screencast above. Lesson 3:  Classification of Trees PDF of Classifying Trees Slides Presentation Tree Identification Resources Natural History Museum Tree Identification Key Lesson 4: At Home Biodiversity Scavenger…

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Gr. 8 Fluids

Gr. 8 Fluids

Below is all of the information from classes on are current fluids unit. This includes slides presentations, docs, videos, and assignments on viscosity, buoyancy, density, and pressure.   Introduction to Fluids Viscosity Buoyancy Using Density to solve the Archimedes Gold Crown Problem Density What is Density and How to Calculate Student Note Calculating Density and Buoyancy Simulator Density Problems and Table of Common Densities Density Problems link Density Chart link Fluids Under Pressure Hydraulics vs. Pneumatics video SHOULD DO Density…

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Gr. 7 Periodic Table of Elements

Gr. 7 Periodic Table of Elements

Below are the resources we went over in class when learning about the periodic table. Play around with the simulator at the bottom of the post if you want to learn more! Some Key Concepts About Elements and their Atoms Atoms are made of extremely tiny particles called protons, neutrons, and electrons. Protons and neutrons are in the center of the atom, making up the nucleus. Electrons surround the nucleus. Protons have a positive charge. Electrons have a negative charge….

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Gr. 6: Aerodynamics

Gr. 6: Aerodynamics

Here is the presentation on Aerodynamics, or air in motion, and Bernoulli’s Principle. Below is the video from the presentation on Bernoulli’s Principle and low air pressure experiments.   Ms. G’s shared documents Heads Up Activity – Measuring Flight Distances (April 3rd) Aerodynamics catch up instructions and flight space video links (April 23) Glider Aerodynamics Assignment (April 24) Extra Space videos Star Wars – Code.org link

Gr. 7: The Particle Theory of Matter

Gr. 7: The Particle Theory of Matter

Here is the presentation we went over together on the Particle Theory. You can refer back to it when completing future at home labs.   Visit the following website (https://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=particle-theory) and complete the quick quiz on the Particle Theory.   Dissolving Rates Here are the links to the at home labs for this unit   Marks are based on the Scientific Method in this Lab Rubric Lab # 1 – Matter – Due March 31, 2020 Lab # 2 –…

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