Marking Period 5

Notebooks







6/9/08
We found a great video on center of gravity!
http://streaming.discoveryeducation.com/search/assetDetail.cfm?guidAssetID=F0742B65-8B2E-4A57-AFF5-9EA8CEE12F63
These are the direction for today :] .
- First you have to get your index card, after you get it you have to poke three holes in the index card using the paper cilp.
- Then you have to take the string and put it through the hole and make a slip not. (make a loop around you finger and push the end of the string through the hole but not all the way). Then put the string around the ring stand.
Results:
blockhead_032.jpg



6/6/08
We are studying the physics of motion. How are balanced and unbalanced forces at work when we observe blocks of various shapes stacked vertically in this very serious lab experiment?


6/2/08
Science Spot Kid Zone
ChemBalancer Game
http://www.studystack.com/matching-4767
Make your own worksheet at this link!!!!!!!
http://www.kutasoftware.com/free.html
Algebra Cruncher Game
http://library.thinkquest.org/20991/home.html
http://www.csm.astate.edu/algebra/qform.html


5/28/08
There is a link to the lab paper for the lead nitrate lab on the Physical Science page. How does the law of Conservation of Mass help explain our results?

5/21/08
Wind Surfing and Algebra? click here

5/15/08
Picture Page for Chem Lab
5/14/08
We are learning about chemical reactions.
Watch the voicethread.

5/8/08 in class today:
We learned about all the different chemical reactants we will use.
We learned about different chemical formulas and that sodium bicarbonate is baking soda.
We learned about subscripts that are used to tell how many atoms of each element are in a compound.

5/6/08

Chemical reactions introduction

Reactants we will use:
  • water
  • sodium bicarbonate
  • calcium chloride
  • bromothymol blue solution

Objectives
1. Differentiative between Reactants and Products of a chemical Reaction.
2.Record precise Observations in an organized manner.

Periodic Table Game

5/5/08
Electromagnetic force - Please read the article and comment on your wiki. http://www2.slac.stanford.edu/vvc/theory.html

5/2/08 New Pageflake - Electricity and Magnetism