Today we spent a great day together celebrating 7th grade success (tho quite wet with the rain)! Tomorrow is the last day of the 2018-19 school year... wow! Remember to bring a fine tipped sharpie for yearbook signing! IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY I didn't get a chance to say goodbye... see you in the fall!
We made it through the academic part of the school year! Now for the fun part. Tomorrow we have a regular day for the morning and then we head down for an assembly instead of 3rd period. Next is lunch at Woodland pavilion and then the water park! Hoping for NO RAIN!!! Friday is an easy peasy day of yearbook signing and an early out! IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY there is nothing to worry about regarding science work. I hope we see you tomorrow!
Today we finished our Counting Turtles lab. IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY you can finish the questions on Monday (or Tuesday) when you return. If you missed class both yesterday AND today you get to skip the lab entirely! Yay you! Monday we have the last planner check of the year and hopefully I shall have your notebooks graded (I collected them today). Biome Blitz ahead!!!
Today we explored the technique of mark and recapture to estimate populations. We will finish the lab tomorrow in class and turn in our notebooks for a final notebook check (final planner check is Monday). IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY you can get the data from your classmates tomorrow and wrap up your conclusion in class.
Today we explored the biotic, abiotic, and human factors that affect populations. It's important to remember that all things are linked! IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY watch the video below and marvel in the connected nature of biotic with abiotic in our amazing biosphere! Tomorrow we will explore just how to count populations of organisms with our final lab of the year!
Today we explored the tree of life through food (and of course took a SWYK). IF YOU MISSED CLASS TODAY you can write your answers to the following questions on a sheet of loose-leaf paper and give to me when you return to class: 1) Should viruses get a branch in the tree of life? Explain your yes or no; 2) Which of the kingdoms is the coolest and why?; and finally 3) If you could cause one of the kingdoms (or even species) to go extinct which would you choose and why? Each answer deserves a CEAL to explain! Tomorrow is the KMS Classic during period 1 and then we explore life in the balance.
Most science pictures I post are found from assorted Facebook science pages... too numerous to cite specifically and downloaded for "just the right time"... sorry for the poor citation example I am setting...
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