Check out the video above. Also hop onto BrainPop Jr. and watch the “Water Cycle” video. (Link above)
Record your BIG ideas about the water cycle on the padlet link below.
We have been talking about the properties of magnets in class. Watch the Brainpop video and record the BIG ideas about magnets on the padlet below.
Congratulations! We have seen our plants go through the entire life cycle. Our plant started as a seed, and now it is producing little seeds inside those green pods.
For your final blog post please include:
This week we pollinated our plants and now seed pods are developing! Watch the video below to learn more about the reproductive parts of a flower and the process of pollination.
Then, record your ideas about pollination, pollinators and flower parts on the padlet.
This week for homework you must create a second blog post that showcases the changes of the plant over the past two weeks.
Create in a Google Doc first!
Watch the photosynthesis video to learn more about the way plants make their own food. Then comment on the big ideas on the Padlet link below.
The big ideas are the major points of the process of photosynthesis:
We have been learning all about the cultural universals- what do all cultures have in common? By looking at cultural universals we also can appreciate what makes cultures unique.
After learning about the country of Nepal, please record your notes onto the padlet below.
You did it! You have used all that you’ve learned about magnets and being a transportation engineer in order to create a successful maglev train. You planned, created and improved upon a design that would safely and efficiently transport people, or…marbles!
For your final reflection please answer the following questions:
Describe the final design including the improvements you made. Be specific!
Be sure to include a photograph from your design day #2 and if you would like, a Google Drawing of your final design.
We have finished our first day of designing, planning and creating our Maglev Transportation System. Your group worked really hard to test out the design you developed to see if the train has safely and efficiently traveled along the track without any problems. In your Google Drive you will type up your Blog Post #1. This will be placed in your Science Folder in your Google Drive.
Here is the Blog Post Requirements:
Be sure to check over your work in your Google Drive BEFORE you post it to your blog. Look for: