4/5-5/2/19 Homework

Students will complete a 4-week Moon Journal for the dates listed above. Students should view the moon phase and color in the shaded part of the moon at approximately the same time each night. Each moon phase (box) should have the date, shaded part of the moon colored in, and parent/adult initials in each moon phase (box). The moon phase project will be collected on Friday, May 3 and graded as an assessment (60% of grade).
Please see the attached Parent letter and Moon Journal.

Download file "Moon Journal Project.pdf"

Physics Unit

In January, we will begin our Physics unit. Students will use their interactive notebooks on a daily basis and they need to come prepared to class with the necessary supplies. These supplies include:
  1. Pencil/pen
  2. Eraser
  3. Colored pencils
  4. Scissors (small - kept in zipper binders)
  5. Glue sticks
  6. Planner
  7. Library book

Excavating Evidence Project

Download file "Excavating Evidence Project.pdf"
Download file "Project Reflection.pdf"

6th Grade Science Syllabus

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Download file "Brenda Hensch Syllabus .pptx"


Week 4 Day 4 Warm-up - Due Monday, September 24, 2018

Late/Missing Work

Students are allowed to turn in any missing work for partial credit. The highest grade possible for missing work is a B, even if all the answers are correct.
Late/missing work is only accepted in the unit of study we are currently in. For example, if we are studying the Space unit I will not accept late work for the Thinking Like a Scientist unit.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Homework - Due September 10

"What is Science?" worksheet and comprehension questions.
We read the article together in class and highlighted the important information to help us answer the questions on the back page.
HW: Answer the questions using the article.