sabin smartlab week of november 27-December 15 2017


Objective: Students will be exploring and using various scientific tools in the lab including microscopes, scales, magnifying glasses, beakers and maps.


Objective: Students will be learning about how many maps help us navigate the world , as well as understanding the differences between maps, globes, and atlases and understanding the key features of a map including lines of latitude and longitude, Equator, Prime Meridian, and the compass rose.


Objective: Students will be using maps to understand more about Fossil Records looking at where prehistoric creatures roamed, as well as what fossils can show about the climate of the region at the time.


Objective: Students will be using online databases (Pebble GO) to research about Earth Events that help shape the earth. This includes avalanches, wildfires, tsunamis, floods, earthquakes and volcanoes.


Objective: Students will be using online databases (Pebble GO) to learn about more about heredity and comparing and contrasting characteristics of the young (immature) animal and the parent (mature) animal. What are the similarities and differences between you and your child?

Scientists use tools to investigate the world around them.


Objective: Students will be researching about water, the water cycle (evaporation, condensations, precipitation and collection), air, living things, and how we as humans can impact the world around us.

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