Science Homework is listed on this website; use the tab above.
Quick links for class:
- 7th Team Blog
Follow along on Twitter - @7thscience
Visitors to this site.
June 12, 2017
-Seesaw - Please add your Earth Day webcast embed code or link to Seesaw.
- Please add your weather video and a reflection about the project.
- You can add your Moon rock webcast if you haven't done it already. Here.
- Optional - You can add the link to photos I've taken during the year.
Flickr Albums - https://www.flickr.com/photos/31386636@N06/albums
Please get all work in!
- Weather movies - write a note to me that it is done and shared with me; leave in the wooden box.
- Graph and analysis of roadkill - print out and turn in to my wooden box.
- Notefacts - turn in the whole packet.
June 6, 2017 - Go here.
Graphing Lesson is located here.
May 23, 2017
Today, we will start with the Roadkill data. TA should hand out the pink table to everyone.
- Using the roadkill list, fill in the chart with the number of roadkill each week. Use the key.
- What do the numbers mean? In order to find out, we start by creating a graph with this information. You may graph the TOTAL killed each week OR the TOTALs of each animal killed.
In the mean time, you can work on finishing your green screen project. We will not be recording, but you may finish your project using the iPad. They upload the movie to your drive.
TA can pass out the white paper about the roadkill project. Note: you have completed #1 already. The graph goes with #2.
Dance Minute!! What song makes you dance?
Research reminders from Ms. Brown!
Air Pressure! Is it high or low pressure?
March 27 - Lesson - Go here.
Air, Vacuum Review - Here.
Moon Rock Webcasts - Located here.
Moon rocks were here!!!
NASA's lunar samples will be on loan to Ms. Adams this week. The students will have an opportunity to view three rock samples and three regolith (soil-like) samples. They do fit under the microscope for a closer look at the samples. The samples are encased in a clear material for protection and to avoid exposure to Earth's atmosphere.
Would you like to see the Moon rocks?
Bring the family to RJH on Thursday, January 26th, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.
First Game in Scratch! Remix!
December 15, 2016
Go to the Dogo Website and select a science article of interest to you(grade level 6-8). You will work individually.
You will be required to complete the “Article Comprehension Questions” and/or “Critical Thinking Challenge” that are posted at the end of the article.
Some assignments will require you to summarize the article including 3 specific facts from the text. Some assignments will require you to express your opinion about the topic at hand.
****Expectations - Complete sentences, grammar and mechanics, thoughtful ideas
1. Create a Google Doc with the title “Article Review: insert title of article.”
2. Preview the title, images, and vocabulary list.
3. Based on your observations, make a prediction about the “Bottom Line” - What do they think is the issue presented in the article and why? Answer in the Google Doc. (This will not be corrected.)
4. A. If there are “Article Comprehension Questions” at the end of the article, you must type the question and answer on the Google Doc.
4. B.. If there are “Critical Thinking Challenges” posted at the end of the article, you must type the challenge question(s) and respond on the Google Doc.
5. Locate the geographical origin of the news story
Name the continent
State, Province, or Region
6. Describe how this issue is connected to your life, directly or indirectly.
Hour of Code!
The 7th grade will be participating in the Hour of Code again. We have participated in this global event for several years now!
Why should we learn to code? Check out this video - https://youtu.be/dU1xS07N-FA
Also, check out the stats for New Hampshire here. (Scroll down to the map.)
Student Showcase is located at http://rjhcode.weebly.com/student-showcase.htmlhttp://rjhcode.weebly.com/student-showcase.html
We will be creating a Prezi with our knowledge of the Sun!
Go here to get your copy: https://prezi.com/0eeh75-gp9et/the-sun/
Prezi Log-in info:
Green class - email@example.com
Yellow class - firstname.lastname@example.org
Blue class - email@example.com
Star Gazing at UNH!
Public viewing at the UNH Observatory is on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays from 8 - 10 pm.
For more information: http://physics.unh.edu/content/observatory
Homework is listed on this website; use the tab above.
To get you started, watch this video --- https://diy.org/skills/forester/challenges/1327/identify-local-trees
Online tree identification - Arbor Day - https://www.arborday.org/tre