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WELCOME TO 6 TH GRADE SCIENCE !!!!!!. DAY # 1 LET’S HAVE FUN !!. DAY # 2. PASS OUT AND GO OVER COURSE OUTLINE. PASS OUT, DISCUSS, AND SIGN THE STUDENT AGREEMENT FORM. 3. HOMEWORK: GET PARENT/GUARDIAN TO SIGN FORM. DAY # 3. 1. WHAT IS A PATTERN? 2. HOW DO YOU KNOW?

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welcome to 6 th grade science

WELCOME TO 6TH GRADE SCIENCE !!!!!!

DAY # 1

LET’S HAVE FUN !!

day 2
DAY # 2
  • PASS OUT AND GO OVER COURSE OUTLINE.
  • PASS OUT, DISCUSS, AND SIGN THE STUDENT AGREEMENT FORM.

3. HOMEWORK: GET PARENT/GUARDIAN TO SIGN FORM.

day 3
DAY # 3

1. WHAT IS A PATTERN?

2. HOW DO YOU KNOW?

3. DEVELOP A PATTERN

& SHARE IT WITH

YOUR NEIGHBOR.

day 4
DAY # 4

1. WHAT ARE THE 4 REASONS ANIMALS MIGRATE????

day 5
DAY # 5

WRITE A BRIEF PARAGRAPH ABOUT A TYPICAL SCHOOL DAY.

day 6
DAY # 6
  • WHAT IS THE NEXT NUMBER IN THIS PATTERN?

14,28,56, 112,…..

A. 168 C. 224

B. 200 D. 336

  • WHICH PATTERN WAS MADE USING THE RULE: ADD 3, SUBTRACT 1

A. 36,39,42,45,48,51

B. 24,27,26,29,28,31,30

C. 48,49,46,47,44,45,42

D. 18,20,24,26,30,32,36

day 7
DAY # 7

1. WHICH WOULD MAKE THE BEST MODEL TO SHOW THE STRUCTURE OF THE INSIDE OF THE EARTH?

A. BASKETBALL C. HARD-BOILED EGG

B. SOLID ROCK D. RUBBER-BAND BALL

2. EXPLAIN WHY YOUR MODEL IS A GOOD ONE.

day 8
DAY # 8

LIST THE 3 TYPES OF MODELS & GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF EACH.

****YOU MAY USE YOUR NOTES****

day 9
DAY # 9

ONE OF THE REASONS FOR USING MODELS IS TO ___________________.

  • COMMUNICATE
  • TEST PREDICTIONS
  • SAVE TIME, MONEY, AND LIVES
  • ALL OF THE ABOVE
day 11
DAY # 11
  • WHICH PROPERTY DOES THIS SHOW?

2.61 + 92.7 = 92.7 + 2.61

A. ASSOCIATIVE C. DISTRIBUTIVE

B. COMMUNITATIVE D. PROPERTY OF 1

  • THE ZERO PROPERTY OF MULTIPLICATION SHOWS THAT:

A. 64 x 0 = 64 C. 12.8 + 0 = 12.8

B. 1 x 765 = 765 D. 0 x 34 = 0

day 12
DAY # 12

MAKE A SEMANTIC WEB OF TOOLS.

TOOLS

day 14
DAY # 14

1. Which tool could you use to see the details on the moon’s surface?

a. Beaker c. Telescope

b. Hand lens d. Thermometer

  • A student is studying a map of a park near her school. What is the student most likely trying to learn about?

a. Earth’s age c. Earth’s size

b. Earth’s orbit d. Earth’s surface

day 15
DAY # 15

AN OLD RIDDLE GOES LIKE THIS:

A MAN WITHOUT EYES, SAW PLUMS ON A TREE. HE DID NOT TAKE PLUMS AND HE DID NOT LEAVE PLUMS. HOW COULD THIS BE?

day 16
DAY # 16
  • SIMPLIFY THIS EXPRESSION.

(18+12) + 9 =

3

      • 2 ½ C. 9 2/3
      • 13 D. 19
day 17
DAY # 17

FIVE PIECES OF COAL, A CARROT, AND A SCARF ARE LYING ON THE LAWN. NOBODY PUT THEM ON THE LAWN, BUT THERE IS A PERFECTLY LOGICAL REASON FOR THEIR BEING THERE. WHAT IS IT?

day 18
DAY # 18

WHY DO SCIENTISTS CONDUCT (PERFORM) EXPERIMENTS?

day 21 a
DAY # 21 ….A
  • WHAT IS THE EXPONENTIAL FORM FOR

4 x 4 x 4 ?

  • WHICH DECIMAL IS GREATER?

A. 0.673 C. 0.69

B. 0.75 D. 0.746

day 21 b
DAY # 21….B

CONDUCT THE EXPERIMENT

IN YOUR JOURNALS………GATHER & RECORD DATA…..MAKE A TABLE OR A CHART TO RECORD YOUR DATA. OBSERVE CAREFULLY!!!! RECORD YOUR OBSERVATIONS & BE SURE TO NOTE ANYTHING UNUSUAL OR UNEXPECTED.

day 22 a
DAY # 22…..A

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ELEPHANT MIGRATION, WHAT SHOULD SCIENTISTS DO?

  • Bring some elephants to a zoo so they can observe them closely.
  • Create obstacles & observe how elephants travel around them.
  • Put out some food & observe how elephants move toward it.

D. Try to observe the elephants without changing their habitat.

day 22 b
DAY # 22…..B

CONDUCT THE EXPERIMENT

IN YOUR JOURNALS………GATHER & RECORD DATA…..MAKE A TABLE OR A CHART TO RECORD YOUR DATA. OBSERVE CAREFULLY!!!! RECORD YOUR OBSERVATIONS & BE SURE TO NOTE ANYTHING UNUSUAL OR UNEXPECTED.

day 23 a
DAY # 23…..A

On a walk through the park, you observe squirrels & chipmunks. You would like to learn more about them. Which of these questions could be tested scientifically?

  • Are squirrels in this park afraid of people?
  • Are squirrels more afraid of people than chipmunks are?
  • Are chipmunks very cute?
  • Are chipmunks in this park cuter than the squirrels?
day 23 b
DAY # 23……B

CONDUCT THE EXPERIMENT

IN YOUR JOURNALS………GATHER & RECORD DATA…..MAKE A TABLE OR A CHART TO RECORD YOUR DATA. OBSERVE CAREFULLY!!!! RECORD YOUR OBSERVATIONS & BE SURE TO NOTE ANYTHING UNUSUAL OR UNEXPECTED.

day 24 a
DAY # 24…..A

YOU ARE DESIGNING AN EXPERIMENT TO FIND OUT WHICH TYPE OF FROG CAN JUMP FARTHER. WHICH IS A CONTROLLED VARIABLE IN THIS EXPERIMENT?

  • JUMPING DISTANCE
  • TYPE OF FROG
  • COLOR OF THE FROG

D. TEXTURE OF THE JUMPING SURFACE

day 24 b
DAY 24….B

CONDUCT THE EXPERIMENT

IN YOUR JOURNALS………GATHER & RECORD DATA…..MAKE A TABLE OR A CHART TO RECORD YOUR DATA. OBSERVE CAREFULLY!!!! RECORD YOUR OBSERVATIONS & BE SURE TO NOTE ANYTHING UNUSUAL OR UNEXPECTED.