Please refer to the "Handouts" page for your class handouts.
Tuesday, Jun 20th: We went over the answers to part one of the Chemistry review today. The class then had time to start the review on chapter 6. Remember, there is no package for chapter 16 on fossils, so use your study guide and CYU questions to help with studying. (Handout available)
Monday, Jun 19th: Please refer to the math tab for today's activities.
Wednesday, Jun 14th: After students had some time to discuss their answers in pairs, we went over the answers to the biology review package. We highlighted the main points from chapters 4 and 5 before the class had a chance to work on the first part of their chemistry review package. (Handout available)
Monday, Jun 12th: We started the class by going over the 16.3 CYU questions and the Chapter 16 study guide. The class was then given a detailed course outline to help with studying. We discussed the major concepts in Unit A: Biology, and students had time to work on review questions. (Handout available (2))
Thursday, Jun 8th: After we went over the last few questions of the activity from last class, we finished reading the remaining portion of 16.3. The class was then assigned the 16.3 CYU and the Chapter 16 study guide. We have now finished learning all of the new material in Science 7!
Tuesday, Jun 6th: The class revisited adaptations and how organisms have changed with time. In pairs, students went over an activity that illustrated the appearance of certain organisms as well as highlighted trends that happened during different time periods.
(All previous science tests were handed back today. Remember, these are great resources to help you study/review for the final)
Friday, Jun 2nd: We started class by reviewing what fossils can tell us about the past and just how old Earth is when we consider geological time. We learned about paleontologists and, in pairs, students looked for possible adaptations on a set of organisms. Finally, we learned how different forms of life formed at different times. (Handout available)
Wednesday, May 31st: We discussed the importance of representing geological time with a visual model and went over the answers to the questions given during the video on fossils last class. After some really good discussion about fossils and life in both classes, the chapter 6 tests were handed back.
Monday, May 29th: The class went over the answers to the 16.1 CYU and chatted about what was learned in 16.2. For visuals and review, there was a video on fossils shown.
Thursday, May 25th: Students had a chance to review their fossil webs before we chatted about what we learned last class. The class finished the section, worked on some CYU questions and started reading about the history of Earth based on stones and fossils.
Tuesday, May 23rd: We took some time in the beginning of the period to revisit notes and certain worksheets from chapter 2 for review. We then moved on to our next chapter on the Changing Earth. Because our class textbook does not have information on this topic, we will be using little booklets. Today, we read about fossils and how they are formed. (Handout available).
Thursday, May 18th: Students started the period with the chapter 6 test on pure substances and mixtures. With the remaining time, the class began going through their binders and organizing notes, worksheets, and vocabulary for chapter 1. We talked about some of the main ideas in the chapter and put together a web to connect important facts related to ecosystems. If you are like me and like flipping through notes, I highly recommend printing out any CYU assignments from Google Classroom to study/review from.
Tuesday, May 16th: We spent the day reviewing for Thursday’s Chapter 6 test. After handing in their labs, students took some time going over and explaining their answers to the Study Guide to new partners. Later, we discussed the answers together as a class and finished off the day with Pear Deck.
Friday, May 12th: We began the period by going over the questions from section 6.8 on acids and bases. After reviewing the main components of a lab, students had some time to work on their write-ups before starting their Chapter 6 Study Guide on Google Classroom.
Wednesday, May 10th: The class conducted their lab on common acids and bases today. There was a bit of a bottleneck when students were getting their samples, but once they were started, all the groups were well engaged! After clean up, students worked on their write-ups. This will be due on Tuesday so that you have a chance to ask me about it on Friday's class. (Handout available).
Monday, May 8th: To introduce the last section of the chapter, the class wrote down the final vocabulary words to study. We read about acids and bases and there was a demo of an acid/base indicator reacting with water, vinegar, and a baking soda solution. We then looked ahead at an upcoming lab on acids and bases, before the class finished with their 6.8 CYU on Google Classroom.
Monday, May 1st: The class began with a recap of the concepts we studied last period on solutes and solvents. We went over the homework together and talked about what makes a good hypothesis before conducting an investigation on solubility. Students then had some time to complete a booklet on the material we discussed for more review. (Handout available).
Thursday, Apr 27th: To introduce the new section of the chapter, students took some time to write down the 6 terms from 6.6 on solubility. There were several class demonstrations to investigate the solubility of different solutes in two different solvents. The class went for quick walk to enjoy the sunshine before returning to the classroom to finish off the 6.6 CYU in G. Classroom.
Tuesday, Apr 25th: After reviewing the components of a lab, the class got into their lab groups to complete their Separating Mixtures lab write-ups. A reminder, the worksheet, questions, and lab summary sheet are on Google Classroom if you need to refer to them.
Thursday, Apr 20th: After a chat about possible safety precautions, the class had time to carry out their procedures for the Separating Mixtures lab. There was time at the end to start diagrams for 7A.
Tuesday, Apr 18th: The period began after everyone handed in their Separating Mixtures mini-posters. We took time to review the topics covered so far in chapter 6 before the class was introduced to the next lab investigation: identifying the components of a mystery mixture. Students were put into groups and asked to develop a procedure to properly separate the parts of a mixture. (Handout available). We will be conducting these experiments next class.
Wednesday, Apr 12th: The class went over the answers for the 6.4 CYU at the beginning of class. They spent the rest of the period working on their Separating Mixtures posters.
Monday, Apr 10th: Before going over their graphic organizers of matter, students discussed their work with their new table partners. As we went over the different facts on each topic, everyone had a chance to add more ideas to their organizers. We reviewed the 6 different ways to separate the parts of mixtures before the class was assigned their Separating Mixtures Mini-Posters. We spent the remainder of class starting these (instructions on Google Classroom)
Thursday, Apr 6th: Students compared their answers to the CYU for 6.3 before we marked it as a class. We had a short little investigation to demonstrate how the volume of a container of marbles would changed if we added sand to it. After reading section 6.4 about separating mixtures, the class had some time to work on homework.
Tuesday, Apr 4th: We took some time to go over the concepts studied in chapter 6 so far. Students had time to compare answers to their homework questions before we marked them as a class. After some time to define the terms from the next section, we read section 6.3 on different types of mixtures. The period ended with work time for the 6.3 CYU. (No handout, questions on G. classroom).
Friday, Mar 31st: Students handed back all of their signed items and we went over the 6.1 worksheet questions together as a class. Everyone then had some time to write down the section's vocabulary, before we read through the section. The class then had a work period answering questions from 6.2 and working on the math homework when they were finished with science.
Wednesday, Mar 29th: The physical vs. chemical changes labs were handed back today. We talked about how it was marked, suggestions to improve for next time, and answers. I am definitely noticing an improvement in the observations being made. We then learned about pure substances and mixtures. The class did a small investigation to see if ink from a marker is a substance or mixture. We ended with time to start the chapter 6 vocabulary sheet with the two terms from the section. Students also worked on their worksheets then. (Handout available)
Monday, Mar 27th: After hearing and sharing spring break stories, the class had a quick review of the main topics from chapter 5. Tests were handed back and we went over the answers as a class. Please have these corrected, signed, and returned ASAP.
February 28, and March 2: We will be spending our classes on Math this week to wrap up the short unit on probability. Please refer to the math tab.
Friday, Feb 24th: We spent most of the period writing the chapter 5 science test. We ended the day with a short video.
Wednesday, Feb 22nd: The period was dedicated to review today. In pairs, students compared their answers on the review activity we started last class. After the class had completed these, partners were switched and students took turns explaining different questions to each other. We went over the answers as a class before trying out some sample questions on Pear Deck.
Monday, Feb 20th: The mini-lab assignment was handed back today and we went over the mark distribution as well as the different components of a lab write-up. Students were given time in class to work on their lab reports and ask questions. We spent the second half of class reviewing the main concepts for chapter 5 to prepare for the test on Friday.
Friday, Feb 17th: We started the period by reviewing the purpose of the lab as well as the clues that indicate a chemical change might have occurred. The class spent the remainder of the time conducing their different investigations.
Tuesday, Feb 14th: We began class by going over questions related to chemical changes that happen in nature. We spent the reminder of class beginning the lab write-up and observing the reactions of water and yeast as well as water, sugar, and yeast.
Thursday, Feb 9th: After they were given time to compare answers together, the class went over the CYU questions for 5.2 on chemical and physical reactions. We then read the last section of the chapter on chemical changes that happen in our environment. In pairs, students worked on the 5.3 CYU on Google Classroom. We finished the day considering our upcoming lab and writing out the data tables that will be used during the experiment.
Friday, Feb 3rd: We reviewed the main topics of chapter 5 and looked at the reaction classification activity from last class before taking time to work on the 5.2 Check Your Understanding homework. We ended the lesson with an introduction to the lab on chemical and physical changes. We will be conducting this investigation next week.
Wednesday, Feb 1st: The class went over the topics and the worksheet from 5.2 on physical and chemical changes. Density labs were handed back and explained, (remember, these are no longer considered labs but just homework assignments). In pairs, students then classified different reactions as chemical or physical. We ended the day with some community time with board games.
Thursday, Jan 26th: We began the class by going over the 5.1 homework on particles in different states of matter. We followed this continuing our lesson on physical and chemical reactions. As a class, we did a mini lab observing and classifying what type of reaction burning paper was.
Tuesday, Jan 24th: The chapter 4 quizzes were given back today and we went over the answers as a class. After reviewing the main concepts from 5.1, and marking the worksheet detailing the particle model of matter and characteristics of the different states of matter, the students had an introduction to the differences between physical and chemical changes. We ended the day with some questions summarizing the concepts from 5.1.
Friday, Jan 20th: The day was spent on review of the topics covered in 5.1. Students had time to complete the last 4 vocabulary terms and the worksheet from last day before having some quiet reading time.
Wednesday, Jan 18th: We began the day with several math questions for test prep before moving on to Chapter 5 in science. We read all of 5.1 and students were good sports as the acted as particles going through different state changes.
Monday, Jan 16th: The first portion of class was spent on the Chapter 4 test. We then took time to watch a Bill Nye video that both summarized some of the key points of the chapter as well as introduced what we will be looking at in Chapter 5.
Thursday, Jan 12th: To prepare for Monday's quiz on chapter 4, the class spent some time working through some practice questions on Google Classroom. We went over the answers at the end of the period.
Tuesday, Jan 10th: Today, the class was given time to take their last measurements for the density investigation. After clean up, students had the rest of the period to complete their write-ups.
Friday, Jan 6th: After going over the review questions from chapter 4, the class was introduced to a density investigation. Students were put into groups where pairs took turns making predictions about density, measuring the mass and volume of objects, and using the object's calculated densities to identify the substance they were made of. We will continue this investigation on Tuesday.
Wednesday, Jan 4th: For obvious reasons, it has been quite some time since we looked at the material from chapter 4. After taking some time to share stories, the class took the period to review past concepts. Labs were handed back and there was some time at the end to work on review questions on Google Classroom.
Wednesdy, Dec 14th: The class revisited the concept of unit conversion for both mass and volume today. We then took a look at the last section: 4.5 on Density.
Monday Dec 12th: After a quick review of our last class investigation into different ways to measure mass and volume, the students got back into their "lab" groups to discuss and compare results. Much of the period was given to work on the investigation write-up. For the last part of class, we revisited converstion between two common units for mass: kilograms and grams.
Thursday, Dec 8th: Today was a fun class as students got to practice estimating and measuring the masses and volumes of different objects. Everyone did a great job and there was such a great energy to the class :)
Friday, Dec 2nd: After we finished reading the remaining points of section 4.3, the class was introduced to a measurement lab we will be conducting next week. To help practice for the lab, students then completed a worksheet on comparing measurements of mass and volume, converting the common unites of mass and volume, and reading values on balance scales. Finally, the rest of the period was used to work on the 4.3 CYU on Google Classroom.
Wednesday, Nov 30th: The class was given half of the period to work on their Melting/Boiling point lab. Thanks to all of you that asked if you were unsure of a question! Near the end of the day, we spent some time reading the next section on measuring mass and volume.
Monday, Nov 28th: We began the class by reviewing the purpose of our lab. After the class copied down the data we collected during our last lesson, we looked at the importance of graphing. Students then created line graphs to view the data in a more meaningful way. We will finish off the analysis questions next class.
Monday, Nov 21st: In today's class, students took turns recording data related to the state changes of water. At the same time, they wrote down definitions for the terms from 4.3 and created title pages to go with their lab write-ups.
Thursday, Nov 17th: In a lab, the class took a closer look at what happens to temperature during changes in state. While the experiment progressed very slowly, students kept in good spirits. We will continue this lab next class.
Tuesday, Nov 15th: The class went over the last day's activity on the atom. There was a good review of what we had learned in static electricity, last year, before we began reading about the properties of matter in the textbook.
Wednesday, Nov 9th: The class spent the beginning of the lesson going over the answers of the Chapter 2 Key Ideas sheet. After a couple more games of "food fight" we talked about strategies students noticed and used while playing and how this relates to animals in a real ecosystem. The end of class was spent introducing our next unit: Chemistry.
Monday, Nov 7th: We have now finished the first unit in biology in science. The class did a great job reviewing the concepts we have discussed in chapter two, and they spent the day completing a key ideas sheet. At the end of class, students had a chance to have a "Food Fight" with a peer as they tried to out-compete each other in a population war. A reminder, there is no test on this chapter.
Thursday, Nov 3rd: I can really tell that students are picking up on the concepts we have been discussing in chapter 2 as there was great participation and knowledge in the review that we started class with. We finished chapter 2 by reading 2.5 on decomposes.
Tuesday, Nov 1st: We began class with a quick review of the topics we've covered in chapter 2. Students then worked on the other side of the niche sheet by completing the section on symbiosis. We read 2.4 as a class and spent the rest of the hour adding to and completing the food web/symbiosis posters.
Friday, Oct 28th: After reviewing the two main topics that we have discussed in chapter two: niche roles and symbiosis, the class went over the project again and then got started on their chosen project. I'm really excited to see what kind of species you research and what animals you will draw!
Wednesday, Oct 26th: The class began with a review of the different niche roles that organisms may fill in an ecosystem. Everyone did a great job remembering what they've learned in past classes and from our previous discussions. Students then had some time to complete the first side of their niche worksheet listing and describing each niche role as well as providing an example and drawing it. We also read about symbiotic relationships in ecosystems. The class was also introduced to their upcoming mini-project.
Monday, Oct 24th: The chapter 1 test has been marked and handed back, and in the first half of the period the class went over the questions together and had some time to work on corrections. We then began looking at the next chapter after some initial review of food chains and ecosystems. We will continue looking at this topic over the next few days.
Wednesday, Oct 19th: Today was our Chapter 1 test in science. There was not much time left at the end of class, so we had a look at the results of a science demonstration the grade 8s are doing on osmosis.
Monday, Oct 17th: Today was spent on review for our upcoming test. Everyone was paired into groups of two to go over their answers to the study guide, and we finished the period by working through the answers as a class.
Thursday, Oct 13th: The class debriefed the Natural Selection simulation we conducted last class. There were great ideas and discussion that came out of our talk. Well done, everyone! We then began reviewing the chapter by breaking up into groups and brainstorming about the main concepts we learned. We ended the class by starting the study guide on the chapter.
Tuesday, Oct 11th: After a review of the topics we have covered in the chapter, the students took part in a simulation game of natural selection. There were certainly beaks that were more adapted to picking beans as we saw today. Stay tuned, we will graph our data next class.
Tuesday, Oct 4th: Today the class reviewed adaptations and took a closer look at Natural Selection. Although it was a content heavy hour, students in both classes did a great job participating in discussion and recalling information we have learned this year.
Friday, Sept 30th: After checking over the answers to the first half of the adaptation workbook, the class again got into pairs to complete the second sheet. When this was complete and marked, students started work on a mini poster highlighting an animal of their choice. Remember you can use the resources on the Learning Commons to help with proper citation.
Please use MLA
Wednesday, Sept 28th: The class began with a quick review of the two main interactions organisms encounter in the wild: competition and predator/prey relationships. We spent the remainder of class taking a closer look at different forms of adaptations.
Monday, Sept 26th: After a quick review of needs of living things and limiting factors caused by non-living parts of ecosystems, the class learned about limiting factors caused by living parts of the environment. We specifically looked at interactions between organisms in the case of predation and competition. We also watched at a variety of videos to consider these relationships as well as the adaptations organisms have developed to cope with competition and prey/predators.
Thursday, Sept 22nd: Class began with a review the homework and concepts covered in section 1.3. After some pair-share review, we read section 1.4 on the needs of living things, (which the class remembered very well from last year,) and introduced 5 limiting factors that affect population growth. Students then recorded one new vocabulary term from 1.4 and made a personal tag displaying their "Optimal Living Conditions".
Tuesday, Sept 20th: The class began with a review of what was seen during the schoolyard ecosystem search. We followed by considering how to improve our observations for next time before answering the CYU questions from 1.2. In pairs, students read 1.3 and we discussed the major points as a class.
Friday, Sept 16th: 7A started in the library for an orientation on the available resources and the procedure to take out books, (7B will have their orientation on Tuesday). Both classes reviewed the concept of ecosystems before we headed out to do some field research in the schoolyard.
Thursday, Sept 15th: We finished our introduction of safety in the science room by looking over common safety symbols used at home and the science classroom. We then read section 1.1 in our text on ecosystems.
Tuesday, Sept 13th: The day started with an introduction to the natural habitat and life of our classroom pets, Oriental firebelly toads. Don't forget to think of possible names for our friends. For the remainder of the lesson, students worked on their Safety Posters.
Wednesday, Sept 7th: We started class with a brief discussion about first reactions to high school. The class then went over the course outline, and textbooks were handed out. Finally, we looked over safety rules in the science classroom before starting an assignment creating a safety poster.
Wednesday, Jun 20th: Do your best to work through the second chemistry package. Remember to read all the questions and that point for is okay.
Continue organizing and looking through your past notes, assignments, and vocabulary to prepare for the final exam.
Monday, Jun 19th: Please complete part one of the chemistry review on chapters 4 and 5. (The whole package).
Wednesday, Jun 14th: Please complete the Biology review package for next class. Remember to use your notes, study guide, and CYU questions to help you complete the package.
Monday, Jun 12th: Please complete the Check Your Understanding questions for 16.3 as well as the Chapter 16 Study Guide, both on Google Classroom.
Thursday, Jun 8th: If you weren't able to in class, please complete activity 16E on Google Classroom for next class.
If you haven't yet, please hand in your signed science test ASAP.
Friday, June 2nd: Please have your chapter 6 science test signed and corrected for next class.
Wednesday, May 31st: Please complete the four questions on the bottom of your 16.2 FITB notes to reflect on the Geological Timeline activity.
Monday, May 29th: If you weren't able to in class, please complete the Check Your Understanding questions for 16.1 in Google Classroom.
Thursday, May 18th: Please continue to prepare for Thursday’s Chapter 6 test.
Tuesday, May 16th: Please complete your 6.9 lab write-up and Chapter 6 Study Guide (on Google Classroom).
Continue studying chapter 6, the test is on Thursday, the 18th.
Friday, May 12th: The acid/base lab will not be due until Tuesday, but please work on it now as you will be given a study guide that will also be due on Tuesday.
The chapter 6 test is scheduled for next Thursday, the 18th.
Wednesday, May 10th: Please complete the 6.8 Check Your Understanding on Google Classroom as well as write out the last 6 terms of the chapter: acids, bases, acidic, basic, pH, and neutral.
Monday, May 8th: Please complete the booklet on solubility that was handed out in class today.
Monday, May 1st: If you weren't able to in class, complete the 6 terms from 6.6: concentration, dilute, saturated, unsaturated, solubility, and supersaturated. Please also finish the 6 CYU questions in Google Classroom.
Thursday, Apr 27th: Please complete the Separating Mixtures lab write-up for next class. A reminder that each group member must draw two diagrams for a total of 6. Don't forget to print out your write-up to hand in!
Tuesday, Apr 25th: 7A please complete one out of two of your procedural diagrams. Remember, no colour is needed but you must title and label your diagram.
Wednesday, Apr 19: One person from each group must submit the planned procedure and material list prior to Thursday's lab.
Tuesday, Apr 18th: Your Separating Mixtures mini posters are due. (Instructions on Google Classroom)
Wednesday, Apr 12th: Please bring your pencil crayons to next class as we will be working on the Separating Mixtures Mini-Posters. They will not be due until Tuesday, the 18th.
Monday, Apr 10th: Please complete the CYU for 6.4 on Google Classroom and define the sections term (dissolve). You must also complete the graphic organizer of matter classification.
Thursday, Apr 6th: Please complete the 4 vocabulary terms for the section (mechanical mixtures, suspensions, solutions, and emulsions). Ensure you bring all vocabulary definitions for 6.1-6.3 to next class.
You must also finish the CYU questions for 6.3 on Google Classroom.
Tuesday, Apr 4th: If you weren't able to in class, please complete the 6.2 worksheet on Google Classroom and ensure you have written the two terms for 6.2:, (elements and compounds,) on your vocabulary list.
If you still have an outstanding lab or math or science lab, please have it signed and handed in ASAP
Friday, Mar 31st: Have your science lab and chapter 5 test corrected, signed, and returned ASAP and due Friday.
Please complete the handout for 12.1 and make sure you have defined "pure substances" and "mixtures".
Friday, Feb 25th: Please continue studying the vocabulary and notes from chapter 5 to prepare for Friday's test.
Wednesday, Feb 22nd: Your lab on Chemical and Physical Reactions is due at the start of class.
Tuesday, Feb 14th: Please complete the three CYU questions from 5.3 on G. Classroom.
Tuesday, Feb 7th: If you weren't able to in class, please complete the 5.2 Check Your Understanding in Google Classroom. If you haven't yet, please hand in your signed test for chapter 4
Thursday, Jan 26th: If you weren't able to in class, please complete the 5.1 questions in Google Classroom.
Remember to have your chapter 4 tests signed and return during our next class.
Tuesday, Jan 24th: Please complete the last four vocabulary terms for 5.1 (evaporation, condensation, gas, and sublimation), and the 5.1 worksheet passed out last class.
Friday, Jan 20th: Please define the first vocabulary terms from 5.1 ( Particle model, solid, melting, freezing, and liquid). Don't forget to bring a book for next class.
Monday, Jan 16th: Continue reviewing your vocabulary, notes, and review activities to prepare for Monday's quiz.
Thursday, Jan 12th: If you weren't able to in class, please complete the write-up for your density investigation.
Remember, there will be a quiz on chapter 4 next week, so start reviewing your vocabulary and notes.
Friday, Jan 6th: Finish the CYU questions on Google Classroom for Friday's class. Please also take your labs home to have signed by your parents.
Thursday, Dec 15th: (7B) Please complete the questions related to density for tomorrow's class
Wednesday, Dec 14th: Please complete your investigation write-up of measurement involving mass and volume. Don't forget to include all four sections, and remember to write your answers in full sentences that show the context of each question.
7B: Please ensure you have finished the unit conversion for mass by Wednesday's class.
Monday, Dec 12th: Keep your data tables safe. We will continue the write-up for the investigation in class after some time for questions.
Tuesday, Dec 6th: If you weren't able to in class, please complete the 4.3 CYU in Google Classroom.
Friday, Dec 2nd: Please complete your lab write-up. Remember, you should include the title page, your table of data, the graph, and your answers. If you are unsure of a question, make sure to ask tomorrow or send me an email.
Wednesday, Nov 30th: Complete the graph plotting the data for our lab's results.
Monday, Nov 28th: Please finish your title page for your lab write-up. Remember it needs your name, the date, a title, and a fabulous picture.
Complete the 4 vocabulary terms for 4.2 (matter, mass, volume, and meniscus)
Monday, Nov 21st: Please return your progress reports signed by your parents.
Thursday, Nov 17th: Please complete the 5 vocabulary terms for section 4.1, (property, state, melting point, freezing point, and boiling point).
Tuesday, Nov 15th: Please complete the first side of the "Introduction to Atoms" worksheet. The website we used was:http://education.jlab.org/atomtour/
Wednesday, Nov 9th: If you weren't able to in class, please complete the Chapter 2 Key Ideas Sheet on Google Classroom. (I have added a copy of the sheet in the "Handouts" section.
Continue working on your chosen poster, (Food Web or Symbiosis Worksheet). This will be due on Monday, November 7th.
We will be working on your projects on Tuesday's class, but you can keep looking for pictures, drawing pictures, or just thinking about your chosen project to prepare for class.
Friday, Oct 28th: Complete the first side of your niche worksheet. Please also take the time to read over your project handout so you can consider which option you want to pick and what questions you might have before you start.
Wednesday, Oct 26th: Please bring back your chapter 1 test signed and corrected for Wednesday.
Wednesday, Oct 19th: Continue studying for the Chapter 1 test. Scheduled for next class.
Monday, Oct 17th: Go through the Study Guide Questions and jot down your ideas. As discussed, you must be ready to discuss your answers with a partner at the beginning of next class.
Tuesday, Oct 4th: Hand in your completed and coloured posters. Don't forget to include the name of your organism, where it is found, and what adaptations it has. Don't forget to cite your resources.
Friday, Sept 30th: Please ensure that you have completed the first two pages of the workbook on adaptations.
Monday, Sept 26th: Add "habitat" to your vocabulary list for chapter 1. Please finish your Optimal Living Conditions tag considering the 5 limiting factors we learned about in 1.4 today.
Thursday, Sept 22nd: Please complete questions # 1 and 4 from the Check Your Understanding 1.3.
Friday, Sept 16th: If you didn't have time to in class, please define the 6 key terms from section 1.1: organisms, micro-organisms, species, population, community and ecosystem.
Wednesday, Sept 14th: Science Safety Poster due.