Parts of a Cell packet! This should be done by the end of the hour! If not, take it home for homework. If this gets completed during class, watch the Bill Nye link.
What did you do to be out and active this weekend? Send me a photo for 50 house points.
Don’t forget to earn spirit points tomorrow by wearing red or pink for Valentine’s day.
Bubble Lab tomorrow!
Get out and be active tonight! Email me or Ms. Verrett a photo of you being outside and active for 50 house points.
Quiz on Thursday! You have plenty of time to study!
All cells come from pre-existing cells!
For 100 house points research something interesting about cells and email me or Ms. Verrett what information you found!
It’s Taco Tuesday. Email me or Ms. Verrett a photo of you having tacos for lunch or dinner and earn 25 house points!
Today we are adding The Levels of Organization of the Frog into our scientific notebooks. Be sure to glue the circles onto their corresponding circle.
Also, make sure your molecules are printed, colored, and on your molecule card!
Get outside and get active on this sunny day. Send a photo of you being active for 50 house points.
- Levels of Organization & Habitat worksheet due Monday.
- Who Belongs Where? worksheet due Monday.
Get outside and get active this weekend for 100 house points. Points are only earned if you can show me what you did!
Just because the water challenge at school has come to an end you should continue to challenge yourself by drinking 1/2 of your body weight in ounces of water each day.
Awesome job on twinning with me today!
Molecule cards due tomorrow! Make sure these are complete! Let the printing begin.
Pre-test today on cells. Don’t worry, this is not a grade. This is just to get an idea of where the class stands on your knowledge of cells.
Get out and get active! For 50 house points show me a picture of you being active!
Reviewing molecules today.
HOMEWORK: Due the beginning of class on Monday- Naming Compounds worksheet.
Fun fact Friday!!
There is enough DNA in the average person’s body to stretch from the sun to Pluto and back — 17 times.
There are only three countries in the world that don’t use the metric system.
In an entire lifetime, the average person walks the equivalent of five times around the world.
Get outside and be active this weekend! For 50 house points show me a picture of your outdoor activity!
Just because it’s the weekend, it doesn’t mean we press pause on the water challenge! Keep taking in that H2O. Send a photo of you drinking water and earn “caught you drinking water” ticket!