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Density & Buoyancy

Date: May 1, 2011 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Review, Science 1

This week we will be reviewing Density & Buoyancy lab skills…check out the websites below to help you figure out the density of various objects as well as determining if an item will sink or float…Have fun!   Clipped from: highered.mcgraw-hill.com (share this clip)       Clipped from: highered.mcgraw-hill.com (share this clip)    …

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Dichotomous Keys

Date: May 1, 2011 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Review 1

This past week we practiced using Dichotomous Keys for the NYS Science Performance exam…which is right around the corner!  I posted about another dichotomous key activity last year and you can try that one too…but can you complete these games/interactives? See just how much you know about sorting creatures…  Try these activities below from crickweb,…

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Rotations Interactives

Date: April 30, 2011 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Math, Review, Uncategorized 0

Today we began talking about Rotations in our Transformations topics.  Here are some websites you can visit to help you practice this concept, and if you need some assistance see me before homeroom or after school in room 134. Clipped from: studyjams.scholastic.com (share this clip) Clipped from: www.mathsisfun.com (share this clip) Clipped from: www.factmonster.com (share…

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Holocaust Remembrance Day

Date: April 28, 2011 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive 0

Sunday, May 1st is Holocaust Remembrance Day. You have been learning about the Holocaust  in your Social Studies classes recently and many of you have completed projects to reflect & remember, but below are some websites & interactives to give you a more indepth look at this horrific event in history. There is also an interactive that…

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Geometric Transformations

Date: April 25, 2011 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Review 2

Transformations is our newest topic in math, so make sure you know the difference between a rotation & a dilation, a translation & reflection….it can get a little confusing. Here are some websites & activities to help you review these terms & topics   Clipped from: www.bbc.co.uk (share this clip)   Clipped from: www.harcourtschool.com (share…

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Earth Day 2011

Date: April 20, 2011 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive 0

Earth Day is on Friday April 22, so I compiled some resources from around the net to inspire, educate, & entertain you…hopefully you will be inspired to lend a hand & help keep the Earth clean! First off, here is a wonderful video from Greenpeace.org that literally “lends a hand” Next up…some great interactives from…

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Food Chains & Webs

Date: April 13, 2011 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Review, Science 0

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Reproduction

Date: April 12, 2011 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Review 0

  Reproduction can be a confusing topic…sexual & asexual…mitosis/meiosis..different types of asexual reproduction.  Lots of ways to get mixed up.  But here are some websites to help you review the facts of reproduction, even a previous post by me regarding meiosis & mitosis interactives.  Check out each page below & try out the activities. Clipped…

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Plant Reproduction

Date: April 12, 2011 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Review 0

Here are some resources from some of our favorite websites, BBC, Urbanext, and Exploratorium, and NeoK12 Clipped from: urbanext.illinois.edu (share this clip)   Clipped from: www.bbc.co.uk (share this clip)   Clipped from: www.exploratorium.edu (share this clip)   Clipped from: www.neok12.com (share this clip)     Listen

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Peppered Moths & Natural Selection

Date: April 6, 2011 Author: Mrs_A Categories: Interactive, Review 0

Peppered Moths remain the popular specimen when talking about natural selection and environmental variations. Below are some images and interactives  to help you better understand this concept: Listen

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