Science: Air Masses & Fronts
SCIENCE: 4 Short clips discussing (WAVES, TIDES, & Currents).
NOTE: View Thurman’s & Mann’s
VIEW SOME EXAMPLES & IDEAS RETRIEVED FROM GOOGLE ONLINE – However ALL STUDENTS received a format sheet how the board should look. Students may wear clothing that represent the country, the flag colors of the country, or formal black & white at the cultural fair on FRIDAY during the day.
Introduction to the Ocean:
Cultural Heritage Project: Your students(s) must complete 6th grade mandatory Language Arts Project
SCIENCE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT & SEA FLOOR SPREADING Theories
**** The 7 major Continental Plates
Happy New Year 2018
Language Arts: Students are completing parts of speech with using NOUNS.
Students are learning about the, “Continental & Lithospheric Plates Movement”.
Play below a interactive game link for Erosion, just cut & paste.
WEATHERING & EROSION:
What is weathering & erosion?
How is mechanical weathering different from chemical weathering?
What impact does weathering have on soil formation?
What types of rocks are formed by weathering? (review question)
IT’S CONFERENCE WEEK!!!!!! Please remember to attend “Student Led Conferences” (10/16-20/2017) it is vital to assist your child to continue to make academic gains in the classroom.
Students are learning how to utilize reflexive and intensive/reciprocal pronouns this week. Also this week ,students will be reintroduce how to use punctuation (quotation marks, exclamation points, and quotation marks) by writing a completed product, “Punctuating Dialogue Practice”. I have also attached videos to assist students how to avoid run-on and fragment sentences. Please refer to Ms. Thurman’s and Ms. Mann’s blogs for further details of this weeks assignments that must be completed.
Students and Parents here are some links to assist you with homework and building strategies:
Students are focusing on the formation of Sedimentary Rocks (Rocks & the Rock Cycle)
Please study graphic organizers and view the Sedimentary videos
Sedimentary Rock and its wonders… Take time to explore these links.
Students will be learning about NARRATOR’S (1st, 2nd & 3rd) person POINT of VIEW .
6th grade Science:
Students this week are studying Igneous Rocks with a fill in blank organizer that will be used as a study guide for a test. It is labeled Igneous Rocks w/ 4 attach papers w/ pictures.
Igneous Rocks: Granite,Obsidian & Pumice
Magma vs Lava
Intrusive vs Extrusive Igneous Rocks
Erosion, Composition, Deposition & Origin
Free Interactive website below just copy and paste