6th Grade Homework
7th Grade Homework
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We started our water poster in class today. Here are some examples below! Have it done for Monday! :)
Get your worksheet below signed by a parent or guardian after you discuss the topic of Pure Substances and Mixtures together at home.
Your homework is to Finish the Pure Substances and Mixtures Worksheet we started in class. You will have a quiz on Friday on Pure Substances and Mixtures and how to separate mixtures. If you did not complete homework 12 from last week, please do it!!!! It will help you study for the quiz on FRIDAY!
If you need HELP!!! - go to this link to look at your notes from class: (msascienceonline.weebly.com/matter)
Your homework this week is to complete your research for your Alternative Energy Project and PLAN YOUR PRESENTATION!!! You are making a poster about your form of Energy in class, now you need to plan what you are going to say about it!!! Each part of your poster should be discussed. Use the research link here (msascienceonline.weebly.com/alternative-energy-project) to help you plan what you are going to say in your presentation.
Your Poster and Prestation Must Include:
1. Your Title: Your Form of Energy or a Creative title including your energy (Your Names)
2.Description of your form of Energy AND Is it Renewable or Non-renewable?
3. a. A labeled diagram of how the Energy is transformed from the Sun into Electricity.
b. And at least 2 more Pictures of your form of Energy
4. Advantages and Disadvantages of your type of Energy (this can include info from #7 & 8) This should be in the form of a T chart.
5. Pollution Information: Does your form of energy pollute?
6. Availability: Where can you get this form of energy? (USA Map)
Please complete the homework below by Friday. :)
Hey 6th grade,
Here is the Study Crossword for your Matter Quiz on Monday (for period 4) and on Tuesday (for period 1). There are both the original crossword and the answers in the documents below.
Study Hard! - Ms. A
Hey 6th and 7th grade Teams,
Your homework this week is a little bit different. In class, we went over how to pre-view science questions before reading a science text. You will be reading the texts and answering them for homework. You should have the copy of the reading from class, but if you lost it or need a new copy, please see below. You can turn in your answers on paper or by typing them into the box below. Answers are due by class on FRIDAY. Work with your parents, your friends, come after school! Looking forward to seeing your work.
6th Grade Homework: Reading on Matter
7th Grade Homework: Reading on Energy
Make sure to check the blog every Monday for homework Due by Friday.