Mrs. Dunham's class link:

https://planbook.com/planbook.html?t=1304456&k=sciencemath

Mrs. Wurst's class link:

https://planbook.com/planbook.html?t=1301588&k=wurstclassroom

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Monday, September 5th:

Warm-up: 5 minutes to study for quiz

Lesson 11-14 Quiz

HOMEWORK: Lesson 15 a,b #1-30 Due Thursday; Lesson 11-15 Test- Friday

Warm-up: Last minute questions

Changes in State Test

Work on math homework when you finish your test

NO HOMEWORK

HOMEWORK: Lesson 11-15 Practice Test, Study for test- Due Friday

Warm-up: Review 'Changes of State' test

Why does ice float in water? TedEd Video

What is Density? notes

HOMEWORK: Create a density math question with the answer. Due Friday

Warm-up: Study for test

Lesson 11-15 Test

NO HOMEWORK

Warm-up: Switch density questions with a partner and complete the work

One more class example

Density Quiz

Go over answers in class

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Warm-up: Review test with a neighbor.

1. Create a store with a partner and pick 2 items you want to sell with a price

2. Create your receipt that Ms. Molina will show you how to make

3. 2 rounds of buying and selling

HOMEWORK: Lesson 11 page 61 a-c #1-30; Due Tuesday

Warm-up: L1-2 Quiz

Condensation worksheet

NO HOMEWORK

Warm up: Each group make poster of 'Whole number place values" (page 64)

HOMEWORK: Lesson 12 a-e #1-30 Due Thursday

Warm-up: Condensation question

Freezing worksheet

NO HOMEWORK

Warm-up How old are you if you were born in 1951? 1963? 1988?

HOMEWORK: Lesson 13 page 70 a,b #1-30 Due Friday

Notes on 'Melting'

Warm-up: Draw a number line from -20 to 20

HOMEWORK: Lesson 14 page 75 a-l #1-30- Due Tuesday; Lesson 11-14 Quiz- Tuesday

Review day for 'Changes of State Test'

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Warm-up: Thermometer questions in F and C.

HOMEWORK: Lesson 10 page 52 a-d, #1-30; Due Wednesday

**Science: **

Temperature and Conduction Website videos (doesn't work on iPads.)

HOMEWORK: Finish 'Ch 2 L1: Heat, Temperature and Conduction' worksheet- Due Thursday

Temperature and Conduction Website videos (doesn't work on iPads.)

HOMEWORK: Finish 'Ch 2 L1: Heat, Temperature and Conduction' worksheet- Due Thursday

ch._2_l1-heat_temperature_and_conduction.pages |

Lesson 1-10 practice test

Correct in class

Finish early? Make practice question's with an answer key for someone else to do

HOMEWORK: Study for Lesson 1-10 test -FRIDAY

Evaporation Link

HOMEWORK: Finish 'Evaporation' worksheet- Due Friday; Heat, Temp, Conduction and Evaporation Quiz-FRIDAY

ch._2_l2-_evaportation.pdf |

Warm-up: Study for test

Lesson 1-10 test

Review test if we have time

NO HOMEWORK

Warm-up: Heat, Temp, Conduction and Evaporation Quiz

Condensation Link

HOMEWORK: Finish 'Condensation' worksheet- Due Monday

ch2_l3_condensation.pages |

Warm-up: Correct Lesson 7

HOMEWORK: Reteaching Lesson 4-7- Due Tuesday, Quiz 4-7 on Tuesday

Bill Nye-Phases of Matter

NO HOMEWORK

Warm-up: Study for Quiz 4-7

1. Quiz 4-7

HOMEWORK: Lesson 8 page 44 a-h #1-30- Due Thursday

Warm-up: Quick review for quiz

1. Posters for molecule movement for solid, liquid and gas and hot and cold.

HOMEWORK: Molecule Movement Quiz on Thursday

Warm-up: Grab a ruler and find the perimeter of your desk

HOMEWORK: lesson 9 page 48 a-g #1-30 Due Tuesday

Warm-up: Study for your quiz

Molecule Movement Quiz

Finish posters

NO HOMEWORK

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Warm-up: Page 23 #a-h

HOMEWORK: Lesson 4, page 26- a-i, #1-30 - Due Tuesday; Quiz on Lesson 1-3- Tuesday

Warm-up: brainstorm safe lab practices

1. Review safe lab practices

2. Lab: Water Molecules at different temperatures

HOMEWORK: Finish lab worksheet - Due Tuesday

Warm-up: page 28 a-h

HOMEWORK: Lesson 5 page 30 a-h, #1-30 EF- Due Thursday

Warm-up: Review homework

Lab: Liquids in Thermometer- Due in class today

NO HOMEWORK

Warm-up: Page 32 a-h

1. Correct homework and review quiz

HOMEWORK: Lesson 6 page 34 a-h, #1-30 Due Friday

1. Lab: Molecules in Solid- Due in class today

NO HOMEWORK

Warm-up: page 36 a-h

HOMEWORK: Lesson 7 page 40 a-h, #1-30 EF- Due Monday; Quiz Lesson 4-7 on Monday

1. Molecules in Gas; demo

NO HOMEWORK

1. Warm up: Name action game-to be played outside; assign seats and pass out math books

2. Quick math worksheet to warm up brain.

3. Math Placement test

NO HOMEWORK

Warm-up: Classroom procedures, website; HOMEWORK: Sign classroom rules and contract- Due Wednesday

1. Start on pendant banners; you may take home for HOMEWORK if you feel you will need more time than given tomorrow.

Warm-up: Continue to work on pendant banners

We will share our banners at the the end of class and turn them in.

NO HOMEWORK

Warm-up: Page 7 a-h; then read examples

HOMEWORK: Lesson 1-page 10 a-f

Lesson 2- page 12 a-h; page 16 a-f, #1-20- Due Friday

Remember that you get full credit for doing your homework, even if you get a few answers wrong. We will have a time to go over tough questions the next day.

Warm-up: Why is it important to follow directions and work together as a group?

Team building cups

Group reflection

NO HOMEWORK

Warm up: page 18 a-h (While you are doing your warm up, right on the board the top 2 questions that you would like to go over. If it’s already on the board, put a tally mark by it. We will go over the top 3 questions as a class.)

1. Correct answers for lesson 1 and 2

HOMEWORK: Lesson 3 page 21 a-i, #1-30 and EF- Due Monday

Warm-up: In your head, come up with an estimate for how many drops of water can fit on a penny?

1. Why does matter matter? powerpoint and guided notes

HOMEWORK: States of Matter Conclusion- Due Monday: Write a summary about why water sticks together and how molecules move in each state of matter: solid, liquid and gas. Feel free to include a drawings. Please include the words cohesion and surface tension.

why_does_matter_matter_.key |

1. Correct Lesson 56, 57

HOMEWORK: Lesson 58 and 59: All letter's and odd numbers- Due Friday

1. Finish bottle rockets and blueprints

2. Go over how to collect data and present our rockets. Weigh them

1. Launch Rockets

HOMEWORK: Finish bottle rocket calculations- Due Friday

1. Assembly for Mrs. Henedricks

2. Bottle Rocket Conclusions

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1. 10 minutes to study for your momentum quiz.

2. Momentum quiz. (You can use your 'Momentum Practice Problems' on your quiz.)

3. When you turn in your quiz, please staple your 'Momentum Practice Problems' to the back of your quiz.

NO HOMEWORK

1. Watch Ted-Ed: Newtons Three Laws and take notes on what Newton's three law's are.

2. Then in your group, you will create a short presentation that clearly explains 'Newton's 3 Laws.' Feel free to use any resources and be creative with your presentation.

3. Newton's 3 laws presentations will be presented today in class. Please take notes on the presentation to turn in.

HOMEWORK: Bring in any supplies for bottle rocket building for Friday.

1. Test corrections for Test 10A. Please show your work.

HOMEWORK: Lesson 56 and 57 all letters and odd numbers - Due MONDAY.

HOMEWORK: Your rocket and blue print is due on TUESDAY. Your blue print must contain: your rockets name, clearly labeled parts and why you designed them (with a connection to Newton's 3 laws), and must be in color.

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1. Momentum Ball Lab

HOMEWORK: Finish 'Momentum Ball Lab' questions for your conclusions. Due Wednesday

1. Lesson 51-53 Quiz

HOMEWORK: Lesson 54 and 55 all letters and odd numbers- Due Thursday

1. Momentum Ball Lab Review: Read each groups conclusions

2. Go over momentum practice problems. Please pay attention because you can use your worksheet on the 'Momentum Quiz' on Monday.

HOMEWORK: Momentum Practice Problems - Due Monday; Momentum Quiz-Monday

1. Correct L54-55

2. Review Quiz

3. Study with a partner.

4. Test 10 A- With a partner

NO HOMEWORK

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