Earth Science C Day

Visit the following website and follow the directions:

http://padlet.com/mrsoscience/VolcanoA

 

 

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Cinema Science – Paper Towel Experiment


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MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU – Friction 500

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Halloween Dry Ice Demonstration

Click on the link for a video:

Dry Ice Bubble

 

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Earth Science

Check out these wonderful mineral posters!Minerals

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Cinema Science

Cinema science classes are learning about buoyancy – How many pennies will your clay boat hold?

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Stones and Bones

Geologic Time Webquest

 

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Aesthetic Science Classes

Cinema Science – Sixth grade students are exploring how scientists solve problems and answer questions about the world around us. 

May the Force Be With You – Seventh grade students are conducting experiments related to force and motion.

Earth Science – Eighth grade students are gaining a deeper understanding of earth science, meteorology, environmental science and astronomy.

Stones & Bones – Through the study of rocks, minerals and fossils, students are exploring Earth’s history.

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Earthquake Towers

Earth Science students were challenged with an engineering design project. Each group attempted to create a structure that could survive in an earthquake.


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How many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop?

Cinema Science students designed and conducted an experiment to find an answer to this question.

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