Science Super STAARS! Designed by 5th graders of specht Elementary

We want to find sources of alternatives to fossil fuels which are non-renewable resources of energy. We don't want to run out of fuel for energy for our world. Alternative energy examples are; biofuels, geo thermal, hydro-electric, and many more learn about them down below!!

What is the temperature at which water boils?

You don't have to wait too long for your water to be boiling, ready for your spaghetti, WATER boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit.

What is the freezing/melting point?

Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, 0 degrees Celcius

States of Matter: Solid, Liquid and Gas. Learn more below!

The Water Cycle

Can you identify elements of the water cycle occurring in this image?

EARTH SCIENCE

CIRCUITS And the FLOW of ENERGY!!

ECOLOGY

trees and plants are producers they make there own food by using the suns energy and CO2 and breathes out O2.

This is a sloth is a primary consumer. Sloths eat leaves of Cecropia Trees and will occasionally eat insects and rodents.

Jaguars are secondary consumers they eat almost anything like sloths,deer, and rabbits.There only predator are humans

Decomposers are one of the most important part of an ecosystem . They decompose dead plants and animals which fertilize the soil. Mushrooms,bacteria,worms are types of decomposers

Objects in the Sky:

Credits:

Created with images by skeeze - "vials science liquids" • Delaware Cooperative Extension - "Poultry Field Day Solar Panel" • JESHOOTS - "spaghetti pasta noodles" • michaelmueller410 - "snow, ice, water" • Pazit Polak - "Johnston canyon ice walk 170" • Neil Ennis - "Mary River" • Moyan_Brenn - "Grand Canyon" • Couleur - "light bulb pear light" • Ted & Dani - "Rainforest" • minkewink - "sloth costa rica puerto viejo" • Becker1999 - "Jaguar" • andrewmalone - "Mushroom"

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