Science Tests

Dear Parents,

Science tests have been corrected, updated in the student portal, and passed back to students.  Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns.  Thank you!

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Science Test Alert!

Dear Students and Families,

On Friday, March 9th, students will be taking a test on cells.  You will need to know the following:

  • Vocabulary: cell, organelle, nucleus, cell wall, mitochondria, vacuole, chloroplast, cell membrane, animal cell, plant cell, prokaryotic, eukaryotic, unicellular, and multicellular
  • Label a diagram of a plant cell with the correct organelles
  • Label a diagram of an animal cell with the correct organelles

 

A test alert and study guide/notes will be passed out in class tomorrow.  Please review your notes each night to help you remember the material.  Notes for you to study are also provided below.

If you study the material, know the vocabulary, review your notes, and paid attention in class, you will do very well on the test.  I am here if you have any questions or need clarification.

Cells Animal and Plant Cells Notes

Cells Unicellular and Multicellular Notes

Cells-Prokaryotic-Eukaryotic Cells

 

 

Science Test Alert

Dear Students and Families,

On Thursday, January 25, 2018, you will be taking a test about the following topics:

  • classify what is living, nonliving, and dead
  • the definition of a cell

A test alert with a study guide was sent home today with students.  To review, watching the Science Court video may help you remember the material.  Please contact me if you have any questions.  Thank you!

test alert living and nonliving things cells

Science Court Video 

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Science Test Alert

Dear Students and Families,

I just wanted to send a friendly reminder that there will be a science test on Wednesday, January 10th.  Test Alerts and Study Guides were sent home on Wednesday.  If you sign and return the test alert, you will receive 5 extra points on your test.  Please contact me if you have any questions.

Science New

Hi Students and Families,

Students have been working very hard using the engineering design process to design a drop package that will safely transport two eggs.  They have investigated what others have done using chrome books to conduct their research.  They have also conducted some tests on hard casing (the outside package), soft padding (the filling to protect packages), and parachute design.  Students have imagined different designs and shared them in teams to develop one design to use.

Tomorrow students will be creating their drop package.  While I have some materials, it would be greatly appreciated if students could also bring some materials from home.  Tape (scotch, masking, duct) and soft padding (bubble wrap, cotton balls, etc) are common items the students use.  If you have any extra you would like to donate, that would be very helpful.  Thank you!