Though THIS article is not so sure about Rudolph's fog light abilities...
Oh ho the mistletoe hung where you can see... did you know it's a parasite? Read THIS once for me!...
Hope you enjoyed your winter solstice POWDER day... now every day gets just a little longer until summer!
Have a wonderful break! Be safe and enjoy the time off!
If you missed out on the chemistry of cookies today WATCH now!
Remember everything is about science :)
Last night for ON TIME Current Event work for December... Tomorrow is the Science of Christmas!
(lovely mold art)
Tomorrow is the final summary work for Energy Processes... will you have all your notes done? I sure hope so! IF you have been absent at all this week you may need the information... HERE is the who, what, when, where, why and how of all three processes.
Fun songs yes? HERE is the ode to fermentation song once again. Remember it's ALL science...
Friday is due date for December Current event AND the chemistry of Christmas...
Tonight is the night to add Fermentation to your THIEV notes... Some of you want to do the end of section questions too... go for it... not required BUT make sure you answer using complete sentences!
Periods 4 and 5 didn't get to see THIS but hope to show it tomorrow? We will add who, what, when, where, why, and how of fermentation to our energy process notes as well. Summary on Thursday!
December Current Event is due this Friday!
Today we continued our study of energy processes. Cellular respiration was the theme (releasing energy stored in food).
Tonight add to your THIEV notes on respiration p. 49-52. Tomorrow we will add to the notes (who, what, when, where, why and how) and then explore the relationship with photosynthesis.
Wednesday is all about fermentation and then Thursday is the final summary. NOPE you don't HAVE to do the end of section questions, but some say "I need to learn more" and are completing them (use loose leaf paper and write answers using complete sentences).
December current event is due by FRIDAY!!! Come join the party after school Thursday if you want!
KMS Science Teacher
Most science pictures I post are found from assorted Facebook science pages... too numerous to cite specifically and downloaded for "just the right time"... I am sorry for the poor citation example I am setting.
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