LACMA Field Trip
Students incorporated data from O.R.E.O. day to explore scientific inquiry, data analysis, and sculpting. Students did an amazing job! Below, students formed a hypothesis to predict how they would form their highest stack of OREOS. Students tested their hypothesis through participating in 2 different trials. After this, they thought about the controlled variables, independent variables, and dependent variables of their scientific investigation. Students decided what to sculpt based on an object that represented their own personality.
Click on the NASA Icon to be taken to the NASA website for students in grades 5-8. Students can access NASA news and activities that can be performed at home!
Click on the Hubble Space Telescope Icon to learn more about the Hubble Space Telescope!
Click on the Foss Icon to the left to be taken to the FOSS Science website. Students and parents can access different resources or just explore the topics and concepts that we will be focusing on this year in science.
Click on the California History-Social Science Icon to the left to be taken to a website that offers information on current events, this day in history, biographies of important people in history, and an atlas.
Students can learn all about the different operations conducted by the six pairs of astronauts who landed on the Moon from 1969 through 1972 by clicking on the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal Icon to the left . The Journal is intended as a resource for anyone wanting to know what happened during the missions and why.