Dear 4th Graders,
Without using the moon calculator and without the Internet, can you figure out which phase the moon will appear to be in on Halloween? That’s October 31st and you might be outside that evening trick-or-treating! Make your prediction here based on what you know about the moon’s phases. Remember, no looking up the answer for this one!
Dear 5th Graders,
Can one ocean be saltier than another? What do you think? If you answer no, explain why not. If you answer yes, explain how that could be possible.Filed under Home | Comments (9)
3rd Grade: What do you know about sound? What is sound? How does sound get from one place to another? Why do you think sound can hurt your ears?
4th Grade: If you invented a new electrical device, what would it be and what components would you need to make it work?
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Dear Third Graders: We are learning about animal needs. If you were the owner of a zoo, how would you be able to make sure the needs of all of your animals are met? Give a few examples.
Dear Fourth Graders: We are learning about weather. Why do you think there are different types of clouds? In other words, when clouds are created from condensation, what do you think makes some clouds thin and feathery, some clouds thick and puffy like cotton balls, and some clouds that are overcast (cover the entire sky)?
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