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Welcome to Mrs. Parker's math and science page! We will have nightly homework for math and homework two times a week in science. If you are absent, please note the classwork assignments as well and try to keep up with us while you are away. You will have as many days as you were missing to make up all work. Tests must be taken as soon as the student returns.


The full math book is available at: https://sso.cpm.org/
Students must be signed into their school gmail account to access the full math book.

Google classroom is here: https://classroom.google.com/h

Mrs. Brown's page is full of helpful links for math and science: 

  Math

 DateClasswork         Homework 
 6/8 Field Day Enjoy your summer. Read and explore the world!
 6/7 World Cultures Day No homework
 6/6 Brochures and Stars No homework
 6/5 Global Final No homework
 6/2 Chapter 9 Test, Open the Pool No homework
 6/1 Ancient Math and Map 9.3.1 No homework
 5/31 City Write-up No homework
 5/30 Build Cities No homework
 5/26 Build Cities No homework
 5/25 Review Study Guide Study
 5/24 Closure chapter 9Chapter 9 Review 
 5/23 9.2.49.2.4 
 5/22 9.2.3 part 29.2.3 part 2 (9-65 through 69)
 5/19 quizzes and Show What You Know Show What You Know
 5/18 9.2.3  9.2.3 part 1
 5/17 9.2.2 "Show what you know"
 5/16 9.2.2 part 1 9.2.2 review and preview
 5/15FIELD TRIP!  "Show what you know"
 5/12 "Show what you know," Tests, Introduce polyhedronville project"Show what you know" 
 5/11 9.2.1 part 2"Show what you know" 
 5/10 9.2.1 part 19.2.1 Review and preview 
 5/9 9.1.29.1.2 Review and Preview 
 5/89.1.1  9.1.1 review and preview 
 5/5title page, problem 9-1, introduction to assessment plan for chapter 9 :) 
 5/2, 3, and 4 Math CAASP testing, Map testing Choose one checkpoint section to study for 15 minutes or less.
 5/1Review math activities  Choose one checkpoint section to study for 15 minutes or less.
 4/28Math review games (make-up testing)  Finish percent lesson packet by Monday.
 4/25, 26, 27ELA CAASP testing, MAP testing, peer tutoring review  Finish percent lesson packet by next Monday, 3rd period only: Find surface area (with science work on the back)- due Friday
 4/24review of ratios and percents,  create a mini-poster of a set of math notes and a problem with answer key  Find surface area (with science work on the back)- due Wednesday, Finish percent lesson packet by next Monday
 4/21Cereal Boxes (practice with volume and surface area)  Find surface area (with science work on the back)- due Wednesday 
 4/20Surface area notes and worksheet 1 Finish worksheet 1-due Friday, Find surface area (with science work on the back)- due Wednesday 
 4/19Prism dimension notes, worksheet finish classwork worksheet, come to Open House (for extra cedit) 
 4/18Find a missing dimension of a rectangular prism knowing volume.  volume worksheet 2- due Wednesday
 4/17Understand volume of 3D objects volume worksheet 1- due Tuesday 
 4/13 Chapter 8 quiz Finish your portfolio book- due Tuesday
 4/12Chapter 8 review worksheet Finish the chapter 8 review worksheet  
 4/11Math Stations with Mrs. Brown's class  Finish Frog A vs Frog B (Closure for chapter 8)
 4/10Frog A vs Frog B (Closure for chapter 8)  Finish review and preview of 8.2.1 and 8-126
 3/31 Create your group survey posters and present the conclusions you made from the data. ENJOY YOUR BREAK! (8.2.1 review and preview will be due on Tuesdasy after the break. It is your Monday homework when we return.)
 3/308.2.1 lecture 8.2.1 review and preview (due Tuesday after the break), work on your graph for 8.2.1 classwork 
 3/298.3.3  8.3.3
 3/288.3.28.3.2 and 8-100 
 3/278.3.1 8.3.1 
 3/24Write a survey question for 8.2.1 (8-71)Choose a learning log entry from either 8-19, 8-38, or 8-65 and answer it in your math toolkit. 
 3/238.1.5 8.1.5 
 3/228.1.4 part 2  8.1.4 part 2
 3/218.1.4 part 1 (8-44, 45, 46)  8.1.4 part 1 (8-51, 52, 53, 54, 55)
 3/20 closure chapter 8 (skip 126 and 128)Choose any 10 checkpoint problems OR solve PI-4 following the directions on page 505. 
 3/17 test portfolio 8
 3/168.1.3 8.1.3 
 3/15 8.1.2 part 28.1.2 part 2 (the next five problems) 
 3/148.1.2 part 1 (and a Pi-Off) 8.1.2 (the first 5 problems)
 3/13chapter 8 title page, 8.1.1  8.1.1
 3/10chapter 7 test potfolio 7 
 3/9chapter 7 study guide part 2  Closure Chapter 7  (7-131 through 139, check the answers, prepare questions to ask in class, study for a test) due Friday
 3/8chapter 7 study guide part 1 Closure Chapter 7  (7-131 through 139, check the answers, prepare questions to ask in class, study for a test) due Friday
 3/77.3.4 part 2  7.3.4 and 7-118 (7-126 through 7-130) 
 3/67.3.4 part 1 (7-112 through 7- 115)  7.3.4 part 1 (7-121 through 7-125)
 3/3homework quiz Portfolio 6 
 3/27.3.3 (part 2)  7-107 and complete the vocabulary foldable that we started in class (variable, expression, term, coefficient, constant, factor, equation, inequality) with definitions and examples
 3/17.3.3 (part 1) 7.3.3 (skip 107, but do 108 through 111) 
 2/287.3.2 7.3.2 extra credit graphing due on Thursday, March 2.
 2/277.3.1 7.3.1 
 2/17na Enjoy your break! 
 2/16 7.2.4 and group poster7.2.4 
 2/157.2.3  7.2.3 (Solve the first problem with the startegy you chose with your group)
 2/147.2.2   7.2.2 (with assistance from R2D2 and Yoda), extra credit graphing due on Thursday, March 2.)
 2/137.2.1 7.2.1 
 2/10quiz, finish google classroom assignments portfolio 5- due Tuesday
 2/97.1.3 7.1.3 
 2/87.1.2 7.1.2 
 2/77-2 and 7-7 PI 6 (see page 505 and 509) 
 2/67.1.1 (7-1 today, 7-2 due tomorrow, 7-7 due Friday)  7.1.1
 2/3quiz portfolio 3- due Tuesday
 2/21/27 quiz corrections, "Magic Book" part 2 (Magic Book due Friday) Chapter 6 review worksheet (Quiz on Friday)
 2/1"Magic Book" closure part 1  Closure problems (CL-120 through 128) check your answers and write down questions to ask in class.
 1/31 6.2.5 (test review, 6-104, 6-111) 6.2.5
 1/306.2.4 6.2.4 and portfolio 3 
 1/27quiz  portfolio 3 due Tuesday
 1/266.2.3 6.2.3 
 1/256.2.2 6.2.2 
 1/246.2.1 part 2 (group posters of trapezoids and 6-67, individual practice of trapezoids) 6.2.1 part 2 
 1/23Order of Operations notes, http://mrnussbaum.com/orderops/, 6-61 and 62   6.2.1 part 1, middle school brochure, portfolio 2 (all due tomorrow)
 1/20Math Quiz, Middle SchoolPortfolio 2, Middle School Brochure (both due Tuesday, Jan. 24)
 1/196.1.4 part 2 (finish 6-45 through 48, discuss 6-50) 6.1.4 part 2 
 1/186.1.4 part 1 1st group (6- 43 through 6-44) 2nd group (6-43 through 6-45) 6.1.4 part 1 (first 5 problems)
 1/176.1.3 part 2 (6-29, 30, 19, 32)  6.1.3 part 2
 1/13 Quiz, work on 6-29 individually Portfolio 1 due Wednesday, Jan. 18
 1/126.1.3 part 1  6.1.3 (first 5 problems)
 1/116.1.2 6.1.2 
 1/106.1.1 part 2 6.1.1 part 2 (last 5 problemss) 
 1/9/17Set-up new notebooks, 6-1 6.1.1 part 1 (the first 5 problems) 
 12/21 Present Ratio Projects Have a great break!
 12/20 Wordle review posters Work on Ratio Project
 12/19math scavenger hunt with Mrs. Brown  Work on Ratio Project
 12/16 test Work on Ratio Project
 12/15 Chapter 5 learning logs 5-99
 12/14 Chapter 5 closure Ch 4 closre part 2: 5-89, 5-90, 5-91, 5-92, 5-93
 12/13 5.3.4 5.3.4
 12/125.3.3 area of a triangle notes 5.3.3 
 12/9Group Test on Scale Factor 4-85, 86, 87, 88, 93 Check your work. The answers are in the book. 
 12/85.3.2 area of a parallelogram notes  5.3.2
 12/75.3.1, scale factors practice with pyramids for the ratio model project5.3.1 
12/6 5.2.2 worksheet, partner poster
Washington Monument scale factors
 5.2.2
work on ratio model project
 12/55.2.1 5.2.1 
 12/2math quiz 4.2.2 review and preview 
 12/15.1.4 5.1.4 Review and Preview 
 11/305.1.3 5.1.3 Review and Preview 
 11/295.1.2 5.1.2 Review and Preview 
 11/28Chapter 5 title page, 5.1.1 on a worksheet 5.1.1 Review and Preview 
 11/18team test of 4.2.4  Work on Front Row
 11/17 solve 5-63, 64, 65, 66 Review and preview 4.2.3 (and any unfinished classwork)
 11/16enlarge a square of a bobcat, solve 4-53, 54, 55   Review and Preview 4.2.2
 11/15enlarge a picture, solve 4-45, 46  Review and Preview 4.2.1
 11/10test   Front Row
 11/94-25, 26, begin teamwork to finish lesson 4.1.3 part 2 (4-25, 26, 27, 28, 29) 
 11/84.1.3 part 1 (4-21, 22, 23, 24)4.1.3  part 1 (4-34, 35, 36, 37, 38)
 11/7 4.1.2 4.1.2 and Friday's homework if not finished.
 11/4 Test closure ch 3 part 2 (3-138, 139, 140, 141, 142), revise accordion book, cover for accordion book 
 11/34.1.1  4.1.1 plus 4-5 if not finished in class
 11/2coordinate grid foldable, 3.2.4 3.2.4 plus 3-125 and 3-127  
 11/1 3.2.3 3.2.3 Review and Preview (due tomorrow, Wednesday)
 10/31Absolute Value notes, LCM notes with a Venn Diagram, 3.2.2  3.2.2 Review and Preview (due Wednesday)
 10/28 quiz, Work on Front Row :)
 10/27Work on Front Row in any "Foundational Math" area  3-133, 3-134, 3-135, 3-136, 3-137 (Check your own work. Answers are in the book.)
 10/26 3.2.1 (2-89, 90, 91, 92)3.2.1 Review and Preview (finish 3-92 is not done yet).
 10/25problems 3-80, 81, 82, 83  Front Row worksheet, simplify fractions
 10/243.1.6 part 1 3.1.6 
 10/21test Work on portfolio accordion book 
 10/203.1.5 continued: group posters, individual foldables 3-70, 71, and 72 (Problem 72 should be done in the toolkit on page 26) 
 10/193.1.5 3.1.5 
 10/183.1.4 3.1.4 
 10/173.1.3 part 2  3.1.3 part 2 (3-50, 51, 52, 53, 54)
10/14  Quiz on Quarter 1 assessments Portfolio 8
 10/133.1.3 3.1.3 part 1 (3-45, 46, 47, 48, 49) 
 10/123.1.2 discussions and glue in a half sheet 3.1.2 
 10/113.1.1 part 2  The second five problems of Review and Preview 3.1.1
 10/103.1.1 part 1  The first five problems of Review and Preview 3.1.1
 10/7The Locker Problem:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c18GjbnZXMw 
 Portfolio 7
 10/6Chapter 2 test Choose your own homework assignment! Do ONE of the follow three choices from your math textbook:
1) Checkpoint 1... Read page 478. Start working on the problems on 479. When you have FIVE IN A ROW correct, you may stop.
2) Checkpoint 2... Read the top of 480. Start working on the problems on 4the bottom of 480. When you have FIVE IN A ROW correct, you may stop.
3) Do PI-1 on page 506.
 10/5Group TestFront Row Worksheet
10/4Front Row PretestsClosure worksheet for chapter 1 and 2 
 10/3How to write a portfolio paragraph Chapter 2 closure 2-96 through 2-100, Finish revising Portfolio 6
 9/30     MAP Testing, how to read Aeries Portfolio 6 
 9/29MAP Testing, how to study math Chapter 2 closure 2-91 through 2-95 
 9/28 2.3.4 review and preview 2.3.4
 9/272.3.3 (2-70 through 2-73), revise portfolio trying out the new writing template review and preview 2.3.3, revise portfolio 5
 9/26Google classroom: generic rectangles, Front Row Generic rectangles homework sheet, portfolio 5 due Tuesday 
 9/23kidney bean problem, Quiz portfolio 5 
 9/222.3.1 (2-43 ans 2-44) 2.3.1 Review and Preview 
 9/21continued 2.2.3 (2-41, 2-43a) 2-42, 2-43b, 2-44, 2-45 (in the toolkit on page 12) 
 9/20(continued kidney bean problem), 2.2.3 2-39 , 2-40  2.2.3 review and preview (think about 1-41 which we will do in class tomorrow as a table competition)
 9/192.2.2/ retake of chapter 1 skills offered2.2.2 
 9/16    venn diagram comparing histograms, bar graphs, and dot plots, quiz, google classroom assignment: prime factorizationportfolio 4 
 9/15    2-13 and 2-22 2.2.1 
 9/142-5 in toolkit on page 10, 2.1.2 2.1.2 and finish 2-13
 9/13What do the eight math practices mean?, Title page for chapter 2, lesson 2.1.1 (problems 2-1 through 2-4) 2.1.1 
 9/12closure for chapter 1, self checked from answer key in textbook, finished notebook check 1 1.2.4 part 2 (1-90 through 1-94) 
 9/91.2.4 part 2 (How to prime factor) and practice links in google classroom portfolio 3, (extra credit option: primary path)
 9/81.2.4 part 1 (1-73 and 1-74  1.2.4 the first 5 problems
 9/71.2.3, prime number sieve1.2.3 review and preview 
 9/6 Review portfolio expectations, finished 1.2.2 p. 6 and 7 in toolkit, highlight definitions and unknown words, write a question per section
 9/2review last week's quiz, take today's quiz, notebook check portfolio entry due Wednesday 
 9/1     1.2.2 problems 1-51 and 1-53 1.2.2 review and preview
 8/31     1.2.1 Multiple Representations     1.2.1 Review and Preview 1-46 through 1-50. First portfolio entry is due tomorrow.
 8/301.1.5 (make raisin and peanut mix, answer questions 1-33 and 1-34, do 1-35 in toolkit on page 2.) 1.1.5 Review and Preview: 1-36 through 1-40. First portfolio entry is due Thursday.
 8/29     1.1.4 and how to make a portfolio entry Review and preview of 1.1.4 (1-28 through 1-32) First portfolio entry is due Thursday.
 8/26     Make sure every student can log into computers, Google Classroom, Aeries, email, and Front Row. It was going to be a portfolio entry, but since we didn't get to discuss that topic fully, YOU HAVE NO HOMEWORK! Enjoy your weekend.

Make sure your notebook looks like mine. See the video in Google Classroom.
 8/25 1-15 1-19, 1-20, 1-21, 1-22, 1-23
Friday quiz is coming along with a notebook check.
 8/24 Problems 1-5, 1-7 page 6 in the toolkit (workbook received today):
1) highlight definitions,
2) write everything you know about area (what shapes do you know to to solve with area, what are their formulas, why do we need to measure area in the real world?)
3) What is the greatest perimeter you can make with an area of 8? What is the least perimeter you can make with an area of 8?
 8/23     Finished 1.1.1, started 1.1.2
See Google classroom for sample notebook pages
1.1.2 problems 1-10, 1-11, 1-12, 1-13, and 1-14. Please write these INSIDE the math notebook on page 5b. 
 8/22Set-up math notebooks more (see the video in google classrooms to make sure yours is correct), prepared for lesson 1.1.1 mathography (1-3 and 1-4) - due Tuesday 
 8/19Calculations for Metric Olympics, sign in to CPM ebook Finish Textbook forms and get a parent signature, complete a textbook review, complete a textbook scavenger hunt (except the ebook questions)- All of these are due on Monday, 8/22
 8/18 Check out textbooks, go over formsFinish Textbook forms and get a parent signature, complete a textbook review, complete a textbook scavenger hunt (except the ebook questions)- All of these are due on Monday, 8/22, but the parent signature forms can be turned in on Friday, 8/19 for table points)
 8/17Finish the scavenger hunt, growth mindset, delayed gratification  Growth Mindset Worksheet
 8/16read the agenda, scavenger hunt  The Big Day worksheet

Science

DateClasswork         Homework 
 6/8 Field Day Enjoy your summer. Read and explore the world!
 6/7 World Cultures Day No homework
 6/6 Brochures and Stars No homework
 6/5 Global Final No homework
 6/2 Look at Cities, Celebrate our year No homework
 6/1 City write-up No homework
 5/31 City write-up No homework
 5/30 Build Cities No homework
 5/26 Build Cities No homework
 5/25 Science Quiz No homework
 5/24 quizizz practice Study
 5/23work on study guide  Finish the study guide
 5/22 Chapter 8 study guide Chapter 8 review 2- due Tuesday
 5/19 Henry Coe Paragraph reflection, stream table conclusions Chapter 8 review 2- due Tuesday
 5/18 Stream Table experiment Chapter 8 review 2- due Tuesday
 5/17 Henry Coe Paragraph reflection- due Friday Chapter 8 review worksheet 1- due Thursday
5/16  Percentage of Soil usage notes Chapter 8 review worksheet 1- due Thursday
 5/15FIELD TRIP  Tell your family all about the trip.
 5/12 field trip expectations, Google classroom sitesBring a water bottle. Dress appropriately. Wear sun screen. 
 5/11 erosion notesch. 8 lesson 2 worksheet- due Friday 
 5/10 soil formation notesch. 8 lesson 2 worksheet due Friday 
 5/9physical vs chemical weathering experiments, write cause and effect sentences in your notebook ch. 8 lesson 1 worksheet 
 5/8physical vs chemical weathering notes ch. 8 lesson 1 worksheet -due Wednesday 
 5/5title page, preview of chapter 8 :) 
 5/2, 3, 4MAP testing, Analyze the accuracy of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, google classroom website exploration :)
 5/1 Review math activities :)
 4/28 Math review games (make-up testing) :)
 4/25, 26, 27 ELA CAASP testing, MAP testing, peer tutoring review  Rock Cycle comic strip due Friday,
3rd period only: find capacity and mass (with math work on the back)- due Friday
 4/24test taking strategies  find capacity and mass (with math work on the back)- due Wednesday 
 4/21EdPuzzle assignment, Rock Cycle simulation  find capacity and mass (with math work on the back)- due Wednesday 
 4/20Simulation Evaluation- due tomorrow  Finish simulation evaluation- due Friday, find capacity and mass (with math work on the back)- due Wednesday 

 4/19Decision 5, planting of flowers Get permission slip for fieldtrip signed, come to Open House (for extra Credit) 
 4/18Decision 4, finish science projects that are due today.  :)
 4/17Decision 3, rubric for science project  work on your project
 4/13 make decision 2, work on your project work on your project
 4/12start artictic project- due by Tuesday, April 18 (extra credit if it is finished by April 17), make decision 1 work on your project
 4/11 plan artictic project- due by Tuesday, April 18 (extra credit if it is finished by April 17) work on your project
 4/10 Introduce Artistic Science Project, Introduce the situation "Decisions, Decisions" Bring stuff to use for your project.
 3/31Correct the study guide.quiz on ch. 9, 10, 11  ENJOY YOUR BREAK! 
 3/30correct ch. 11 lesson 3 worksheet and weather instrument readingsStudy guide! 
 3/29 Follow partner directions about a weather map. Finish science assignments. Chapter 11 lesson 3 worksheet due Thursday
 3/28 Check your weather instruments.
Is it hotter at the equator?- due today
Place 5 Highs and/or Lows on the map of the United States, draw the wind’s direction arrows. On the back, draw the wind, but NOT the Highs and Lows… -due Wednesday 
Google classroom websites assignment- due Friday
 Chapter 11 lesson 3 worksheet due Thursday
 3/27 Check your weather instruments.
Is it hotter at the equator?- due tomorrow
Place 5 Highs and/or Lows on the map of the United States, draw the wind’s direction arrows. On the back, draw the wind, but NOT the Highs and Lows… -due Wednesday 
Google classroom websites assignment- due Friday
 Weather Causes packet- due next Tuesday
 3/24Check in on current assignments. "Is it Hotter at the equator?" is due Tuesday. Google classroom assignment on websites is due Friday.  Weather Causes packet- due next Tuesday
 3/23 Finish "Is it Hotter at the Equator?" and start the google classroom assignment on weather websites. Weather Causes packet- due next Tuesday
 3/22Graph the data from 4 cities and write a paragraph, answer questions in the packet, "Is it Hotter at the Equator?"  Weather Causes packet- due next Tuesday
 3/21Collect data from our weather instruments.  chapter 11 lesson 2 homework (copies are posted in Goggle classroom)
 3/20read and take notes on chapter 11 lesson 2 (copies are posted in Google classroom) chapter 11 lesson 2 homework (copies are posted in Goggle classroom)
 3/17Make thermometers and rain gauges  
 3/16 discuss anamometers, wind speed, and direction thermometers worksheet- due Friday 
 3/15 humidity vs relative humidity, psychometer experiment part 2 (due Friday)thermometers worksheet- due Friday 
 3/14finish waether factor notes, build a barometer  ch 11, lesson 1 worksheet -due Wednesday 
 3/13weather factor notes ch 11, lesson 1 worksheet -due Wednesday 
 3/10quiz, science enrichment links  
 3/9correct study guide, play quizizz science review game, plant seeds inside greenhouses to observe the water cycle. STUDY! (hydrological cycle, green house effect, ocean currents)
 3/8Build House Tests and reflection (due on Thursday) and Water Cycle notes Finish Greenhouse Reflection, Complete the science study guide 
 3/7 Build Greenhouses Climate Change Packet due Wednesday
 3/6Greenhouse Effect notes  Climate Change Packet due Wednesday
 3/3 Ocean Currents Online Lab  
 3/2Finish Ocean Currents Notes and start Ocean Currents Online Lab  Finish Ocean Floor Lab, Ch. 10 lesson 2 worksheet- due Friday 
 3/1Check Ocean Floor lab and turn it in, Ocean Currents Notes part 1  Finish Ocean Floor Lab, Ch. 10 lesson 2 worksheet- due Friday 
 2/28Bill Nye Ocean Current video and worksheet, finish Ocean Floor Lab Finish Ocean Floor Lab, Ch. 10 lesson 2 worksheet- due Friday 
 2/27Ocean Floor Lab (mystery planet)- due Wednesday [We will work on it more tomorrow in class)Ch. 10 lesson 2 worksheet- due Friday 
 2/17  na (Lab postponed until after break)  Enjoy your break!
 2/16essay format quiz (lab postponed to Friday) Finish your hypothesis is needed for tomorrow's lab
 2/15 open notes quiz, closed notes quiz, and write a hypothesis Finish your hypothesis is needed for tomorrow's lab
 2/14study guide review Study for quizzes on Wednesday and Thursday 
2/13 Target Your Reading Worksheet, Quizizz practice, wind notes, first set of demonstrations  study guide- due Tuesday (Period 1, Target Your Reading worksheet due Wednesday)
 2/10 quiz, finish google classroom assignmentsstudy guide- due Tuesday 
 2/9 Coriolis effect notes p. 24 and 25, study guide
 2/8 online inferences digital worksheet in Google classroom p. 24 and 25 due Thursday 
 2/7finish 9-2 notes, start 9-3 notes p. 24 and 25 due Thursday 
 2/6  chapter 9 lesson 2 notes (p. 99 and 100) p. 13 and 19 worksheet- due Tuesday
 2/3 chapter 9 lesson 2 notes (p. 99 and 100) p. 13 and 19 worksheet- due Tuesday
 2/2 review of matter and energy, demonstration sign ups p. 13 and 19 worksheet
 2/1Solar radiation notes, Begin city research, Begin demonstration research  p. 12 and 18- due Thursday, brainstorm ideas for science demonstrations- starting next week
 1/31class meeting p. 12 and 18- due Thursday, brainstorm ideas for science demonstrations- starting next week
 1/30notes of uneven heating of earth  11 and 17 worksheet due Tuesday, 1/31, start to brainstorm presentation ideas
 1/27 notes on the atmosphere  11 and 17 worksheet due Tuesday, 1/31
 1/26notes on the atmosphere  11 and 17 worksheet due Tuesday, 1/31
 1/25 finish A Day at the Beach Lab including the conclusion Finish the conclusion of A day at the Beach-due Thursday, 1/26, p. 11 and 17 worksheet due Tuesday, 1/31
 1/24air pressure demonstration, part 1 of "A Day at the Beach" lab  p. 11 and 17 worksheet, Finish hypothesis for Day at the Beach
 1/23Bill Nye the Science Guy video and worksheet on atmosphere  Pay attention to the weather. (Not a written assignment. Just observe like a scientist.)
 1/20Finish Earthquake Brochure Pay attention to the weather. (Not a written assignment. Just observe like a scientist.) 
 1/19 Work on earthquake brochure.  Work on your earthquake brochure- due tomorrow
 1/18 Work on earthquake brochure. Earthquake hazards notes. Work on your earthquake brochure- due Friday, Jan. 20.
 1/17Work on earthquake brochure.  Work on your earthquake brochure- due Friday, Jan. 20.
 1/13 Marshmallow Tower construction and worksheet Work on your earthquake brochure- due Friday, Jan. 20.
 1/12Notes on Earthquake waves and hazards (part 1)  Work on your earthquake brochure- due Friday, Jan. 20.
 1/11Research for earthquake brochure  Read pages 270-278 of the science textbook.
 1/10Finish Bill Nye worksheet and video  Read pages 270-278 of the science textbook.
 1/9/17Bill Nye Earthquake Video and worksheet  Read pages 270-278 of the science textbook.
 12/21 Present your ratio project. Have a great break!
 12/20  Work on your  ratio project. Work on your  ratio project.
 12/19  Work on your  ratio project. Work on your  ratio project.
 12/16  Work on your ratio project.  Work on your ratio project.
 12/15 Work on your essay or ratio project. Work on your essay or ratio project.
 12/14 Work on your essay or ratio project. Work on your essay or ratio project.
 12/13 Ratio project paragraph notes. Work on your essay or ratio project.
12/12 introduction and conclusion paragraph notes  Work on your essay or ratio project.
 12/9View the science fair. Work on your essay or ratio project. Work on your essay or ratio project.
 12/8Type the bongo paragraph  stay caught up on the essay
 12/7 take notes for the bongo paragraph using chapter 4 lesson 3 as a guide stay caught up on the essay
 12/6 type bang paragraph on sea floor spreading stay caught up on the essay
 12/5 notes of second body paragraph (bang) on sea floor spreading stay caught up on the essay
 12/2Teach Mrs. Brown's class about the fault model, play a plate boundary game, Fault model worksheet is due! Finish typing bing paragraph if needed
 12/1Fill out fault model worksheet, Type Bing paragraph Finish classwork if needed
 11/30Use sentence frames to make notes for the first body paragraph (bang) so you will be prepared to type up the first body paragraph tomorrow Finish sentence frames for the first body paragraph (bing) so you will be prepared to type up the first body paragraph tomorrow
 11/29Finish Layers of the Earth Book, Brainstorm three body paragraphs, Color and cut out a fault modelFinish any unfinished classwork
 11/28Oreo Plate Tectonics, Introduced the model project Layers of the Earth Book- due tomorrow 
 11/18Quizizz test, layers of the Earth Book  :)
 11/17Quizizz study guide, team poster on rock cycle, finish Plate movement Lab, start Layers of the Earth Book  Ch. 2 review packet due Friday, Nov. 18
 11/16Team Poster about Rock, work on lab and telegram summaries  Ch. 2 review packet due Friday, Nov. 18
 11/15 Read about a section of the rock cycle and choose 5 important words, work on science assignments Ch. 2 review packet due Friday, Nov. 18
 11/10 Telegram summary for mantle, finish energy application quiz, finish virtual lab about layers of the Earth, work on Plate Movement Lab :)
 11/9Energy application quiz, work on virtual labs  ch. 4 lesson 2 and 3 worksheet- due Nov. 10
 11/8 Telegram summary of the crust  ch. 4 lesson 2 and 3 worksheet- due Nov. 10
 11/7 Energy Group Practice Test ch. 4 lesson 2 and 3 worksheet- due Nov. 10
 11/4 Finish igloo paragraph, Plate Tectonics Lab, and start the Layers of the Earth Lab :)
 11/3Finish igloo paragraph, Plate Tectonics Lab, and start the Layers of the Earth Lab  2nd Igloo paragraph, plate tectonics packet, plate tectonic lab- due Friday
 11/2 Layers of the Earth Feeling lab 2nd Igloo paragraph, plate tectonics packet, plate tectonic lab- due Friday
 11/1Density notes, lab, Google classroom assignments  worksheet for chapter 4 lesson 1 due Wednesday (4th period, 2nd igloo paragraph) (2nd period, modified second igloo paragraph- If you had been able to test your igloo, what would you have changed and why?) due Friday
 10/31Continental Drift notes, Google Classroom assignments  worksheet for chapter 4 lesson 1 due Wednesday (4th period, 2nd igloo paragraph) (2nd period, modified second igloo paragraph- If you had been able to test your igloo, what would you have changed and why?) due Friday
 10/28The story of Alfred Wegener, virtual insulator lab due today, start Plate Tectonics lab, (4th period only: 2nd igloo test)   worksheet for chapter 4 lesson 1 due Wednesday (4th period, 2nd igloo paragraph) (2nd period, modified second igloo paragraph- If you had been able to test your igloo, what would you have changed and why?) due Friday
 10/27 2 Quizzes on Energy (open notes) and work on the virtual labs. Finish insulator lab- due Friday, worksheet for chapter 4 lesson 1 due Wednesday
 10/26 Observation Walk and Title Page  Study (quiz moved to Thursday)
 10/25 quizizz, virtual lab, Target Your Reading Study (quiz moved to Thursday)
 10/24 correct study guide, design igloos Study, revise "target your reading"
 10/21quizizz (energy practice, virtual lab assignment)  Study Guide for Tuesday's test- due Monday
 10/20revise igloos, finish materials paragraph for first igloo trial  Study Guide for Tuesday's test- due Monday
 10/19Design and test the first igloo.   Thermal Energy Packet- due Thursday
 10/18What is an engineer? Identify the Penguin Problem, design and build a rough draft solution.  Thermal Energy Packet- due Thursday
 10/17Conductor and Insulator demonstration lesson, discuss materials for Penguin Problem  Thermal Energy Packet- due Thursday
 10/14 quiz on Chapter 3, lesson 1 and 2. No homework!
 10/13read chapter 3 lesson 4 and take Cornell notes  Study chapter 3 lesson 1 and 2 or Friday's quiz
 10/12thermal expansion demonstrations, introduce Penguin Problem  Energy Packet due Thursday, study for Friday's quiz 
 10/11 Song selection part 1, Rube Goldberg paragraph due todayEnergy Packet due Thursday, study for Friday's quiz 
 10/10Rube Goldberg Paragraph  Study guide worksheet due Tuesday
 10/7Build and Test machines, start oral presentations, machine drawings and notes were due today  Study guide worksheet due Tuesday
 10/6 Write and draw the machine plans. Study guide worksheet due Tuesday
 10/5Practice Rube Goldberg machines, draw a rough draft in notebook.   Chapter 3 lesson 3 and 4 worksheet due Thursday, bring materials for building Rube Goldberg machines on Wednesday and Friday.
 10/4 MAP testing, Rube Goldberg Machine project parts 3 and 4 Chapter 3 lesson 3 and 4 worksheet due Thursday, bring materials for building Rube Goldberg machines on Wednesday and Friday.
 10/3MAP testing, Rube Goldberg Machine project goal, begin research  chapter 3 lesson 2 double-sided worksheet, due Tuesday
 9/30 Notes on Thermal Energy part 2, fill out page 2 of Rube Goldberg Machine, many games to practice energy understanding in Google Classroom chapter 3 lesson 2 double-sided worksheet, due Tuesday
 9/29Notes on Thermal Energy part 1  chapter 3 lesson 2 double-sided worksheet, due Tuesday
 9/28page 1 of Rube Goldberg assignment, online practice of types of energy  chapter 3 prereading (p. 11) and chapter 3 lesson 1 (p. 12) worksheet due Thursday  
 9/27Types of Energy notes chapter 3 prereading (p. 11) and chapter 3 lesson 1 (p. 12) worksheet due Thursday  
 9/26 Finish expert group notes Spectrum Science worksheet pages 6 and 7 (due Tuesday) 
 9/23quiz on systems, introduce energy project  Spectrum Science worksheet pages 6 and 7 (due Tuesday) 
 9/22Expert group notes and sharing  Spectrum Science worksheet pages 6 and 7 (due Tuesday) 
 9/21 Expert groups reading and note taking Spectrum Science worksheet pages 8 and 9 (due Thursday) 
9/20 Read ch. 1 of Dr, Art's Guide to Earth Science Spectrum Science worksheet pages 8 and 9 (due Thursday) 
 9/19How does Earth follow the four system rules?/Google classroom tutorial  Choose a different system you know well and apply the four system rules to it. Due Tuesday.  
 9/16google classroom assignment: minerals, opportunity to retake quiz using notes Choose a different system you know well and apply the four system rules to it. Due Tuesday.  
 9/15 4 system rules and apply them to the educational system.Choose a different system you know well and apply the four system rules to it. Due Tuesday.  
 9/14 Systems title pageInvite parents to BTSN at 6:00 
 9/13What is a growth mindset? Make a title page in the science notebook that names as many systems as you can think of. 
 9/12battleship part 1  Are minerals renewable or nonrenewable and why? Answer on bottom of mineral notes. Invite parents/guardians to BTSN for extra credit
 9/9quiz, google classroom assignments :)  
 9/8correct study guide, review using quizizz, work on google classroom assignments (metric, latitude, minerals) STUDY! 
 9/7mineral notes, read page 86-88, 94  Study guide is due Thursday. Quiz coming up Friday. Opportunity to fix science notebook and/or map by Thursday...
 9/6 define mineral, complete mineral lab Study guide is due Thursday. Quiz coming up Friday. Opportunity to fix science notebook and/or map by Thursday...
 9/2map work time and practicing latitude/longitude and metric conversions using sites posted on google classroom  continue computer work if needed - due next Friday
 9/1     Landform review, work time to catch-up and work on rough draft of map projectFinish rough draft of map project and start the final copy. (Some work time will be provided tomorrow, but not a lot.) The final map is due tomorrow. 
 8/31 We worked on graphing battleships using latitude and longitude, textbook preview on chapter 1 lesson 1 and chapter 2, lesson 1 and we worked on earth books and the map activity.  Vocabulary practice due tomorrow (p. 21 is must do, page 19 is may do)
Notebook check will be on Friday, including the earth book Read the directions for the Map Project. (We will have 2 days of classwork to complete the map project. It is NOT homework.)
 8/30 metric conversions practice, build the earth book (See video in google classroom.) Vocabulary practice due Thursday (p. 21 is must do, page 19 is may do)
 8/29 Battleship choices, latitude and longitude notes, quizlet preview  https://quizlet.com/147531828/flashcards  Write the summary of the notes about latitude and longitude on the bottom of the notes page.
 8/26 Code of Conduct Meeting Cut out circles, vocabulary words, and pictures. Put them into the science bag at the back of the science notebook. (Due Monday.)
 8/25 beginning Latitude and Longitude notes Cut out circles, vocabulary words, and pictures. Put them into the science bag at the back of the science notebook. (Due Monday.)
 8/24 How to play latitude and longitude battleship, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swKBi6hHHMA make sure the science notebook looks like mine (see Google classroom)
 8/23second period only- Why don't we fall off of the Earth? notebook entry make sure the science notebook looks like mine (see Google classroom)
Convert 5 numbers on Metric Me to another unit of measurement. 
 8/22How to covert using the metric system:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1kvU5V1jKI Metric Me: estimate how long you think each measurement is in centimeters. Extra credit if you actually measure to check. (a clear copy is posted in google classroom)
 8/19 Metric Olympics Finish Textbook forms and get a parent signature, complete a textbook review, complete a textbook scavenger hunt- All of these are due on Monday, 8/22
 8/18 How to measure using centimeters Finish Textbook forms and get a parent signature, complete a textbook review, complete a textbook scavenger hunt - All of these are due on Monday, 8/22, but the parent signature forms can be turned in on Friday, 8/19 for table points)

Discuss with the family, "Which is better: metric or customary units of measurement? (centimeters vs inches)
 8/17 Finish Lab Coat, Set up notebooks Finish setting up notebooks,  Finish Lab Coat
 8/16 Lab coat: 1) Decorate the outside, 2) (inside left) What will you do to be successful? 3) (inside right) What is growth mindset? Continue working on these three sections at home
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