Our annual Science Expo will be held on February 27, at 6:00 pm. This is a fun night of science for all ages. Grades 5-8 will have presentations and I believe the lower elementary grades will as well. The following are the projects for the 5th through 8th grades. These are to be completed at home. PLEASE read these with your student so there are no surprises as the date draws closer. I want to alleviate as much stress as possible and have talked to the students about not waiting until the last minute to complete their project.
The 5th graders will be inventing something that solves a problem or makes their life easier. Click here for information.
The 6th graders will be performing in the Wax Museum. They are to become a scientist and autobiographically describe the person’s discoveries. Click here for information.
The 7th graders will be researching and presenting an experiment using our experimental design. Click here for information.
In addition to making hovercrafts in class, the 8th graders will be researching common Science Misconceptions. Click here for information.
I have passed out a hard copy of these instructions (5th – 7th) and they have also been posted on Google Classroom. If your student hasn’t been struck down by the many illnesses traveling around campus today and this weekend may be the perfect time to begin brainstorming all the possibilities!
If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch with me.
Thank you for all of your support!