IF YOU CAN'T FLY, THEN RUN.
iF YOU CAN'T RUN, THEN WALK.
iF YOU CAN'T WALK, THEN CRAWL,
BUT WHATEVER YOU DO,
YOU HAVE TO KEEP MOVING FORWARD.
-mARTIN LUTHER KING JR
Throughout the school year we will use this blog to share how our learning is growing, and other happenings around our classroom. Each school day starting at the end of September, one student will be chosen to blog for our class. We will start with introductions as part of our classroom community growth, but then gradually we will start blogging about our books, our projects and our questions. We hope you enjoy our blog and thank you for walking this journey with us!
Looking for something to do before school starts? Here are some suggestions to build your science muscles:
1. Explore a science topic that interests you and tell what you learn and what questions you have. How you explore it is up to you! You might keep track of how many monarch butterflies you see and visit the online monarch map, how the sunset time changes each night, or the leaves you find and identify on a hike. You might keep a journal, write a letter, keep a log, or label a collection.
2. Go outside and observe something in nature over a period of time. Write down what you are observing, any changes you see, and your questions and observations. Draw a picture and label it.
3. Conduct a science experiment and write what you observed and learned: Your question or topic, your observations, and what you learned from the experiment.
4. Read a non-fiction science book and write a review: title, author, what it was about, and if you liked it.
See you soon!