Nature Journaling Blog
Students continued to work on their Safety Symbol Poster...and by request, extra time has been granted for tomorrow.
"I'm delighted to see the extra effort put into creating a final product. Great job!"
Homework: Make sure to bring your nature journal tomorrow.
Today, students worked on their Safety Symbol Poster (due tomorrow).
Mrs. Ambriz checked for completed assignments (notebook pages 10 and 12).
Homework: Summarize the information on your poster rough draft on the assigned Lab Safety Symbol (page 16).
Today, some students began on their final Safety Symbol Poster while others completed their incomplete assignments for science class.
Poster must have:
Homework: Reflect on page 14 about the Lab Safety Symbols.
Today, we briefly discussed the hazards and precautions of working in a science lab.
Each student was assigned a Laboratory Safety Symbol.
Students worked on their poster rough drafts.
Poster must have:
Homework: Complete your poster rough draft on the assigned Lab Safety Symbol.
Today, we discussed our progress on classroom procedures:
Fairness for all is important to Mrs. Ambriz.
Homework: Illustrate page 12 about safety in the science laboratory. Refer to your notebook page 13.
BACK TO SCHOOL RALLY -6th period
Summarized week 1 and week 2 assignments-You should always know what has been assigned and when the assignment is due.
1st science notebook progress check.
Completed "The scientific you!" lab coat.
Homework: Reflect on pg 10 about having success in science class. Refer to page 11.
BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT 6-7pm
We discussed the importance of using an interactive notebook and how to become a successful student in science class .
Homework: Obtain required signatures on notebook page 9.
Complete any incomplete assignments.
Scores will be added to Aeries tomorrow.
Today we began converting our composition notebooks into interactive notebooks for science.
Homework: Reflect on page 8 about the use of the interactive notebook in science class.
Complete your Pinhole Camera.
Safely view the Great American Solar Eclipse with your pinhole camera and solar glasses.
Homework: Reflect on your experience in the 2017 Solar Eclipse on page 2 of your composition book.
Please label your illustrations.
Today we worked on (yay!...a few completed) our Pinhole Cameras to be used to safely observe the Great American Solar Eclipse on Monday.
A BIG thanks!
Extra credit/homework pass will be assigned to those students who remembered to bring a box or cardboard for their group project.
Homework: Illustrate your Title Page - page 1 of your composition notebook.
An idea: 2017 Solar Eclipse!
Construct a simple and safe solar viewer or projecting device for project credit. - Due Monday.