Homework for the Week of Dec. 17th

LAST WEEK BEFORE WINTER BREAK!!  We’ll make it!

But before then….

1)  Complete Science Fair Experimental Plan or Invention Design

Due date:

Block I: Wednesday, Dec. 19

Block II: Tuesday, Dec. 18

Block III: Monday, Dec. 17

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THE END OF THE GRADING PERIOD IS UPON US!

Turn in all missing work and your science journal by FRIDAY, Dec. 21st.

Missing work as of 12/17

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And in case you get bored during your two week holiday, perhaps you’ll be inspired to make an entire snow suit out of LEDs:

 

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

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8 Responses to Homework for the Week of Dec. 17th

  1. elon2000 says:

    Hi tiff’

    Does this question work? You first approved it but my parents misunderstood the question.

    Does ice melt slower or faster with different amounts of salinity in the water that the ice cube is melting in?

    I could also do a question where I see if the ice melts quicker or faster when it has more or less salinity.

    Thanks
    Elon

  2. elon says:

    the second one is doing the test to see if the ice melts faster or slower with different salinities. The first one is to see if the ice melts slower or faster when it is put in water that has different salinities.

  3. Miranda says:

    Hi Tiff!
    Is there Yearbook tomorrow? (because of the Choir Show and I know we didn’t have it last year)
    Thanks!
    Miranda

  4. Miranda says:

    Thanks!!

  5. Hannah says:

    Awesome video! Happy break/holidays!

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