We designed contraptions out of all reusable or recycled materials that would protect an egg during a three story drop. After inserting a hard-boiled egg, the contraption was dropped to see if it would survive. Here’s video footage of what happened!
Today we had Student-Led Conferences and students were given the opportunity to share their learning with their parents in the classroom setting. Here are some action shots…
Check out the video below to find out. What do you think?
What would a testable question for this experiment be?
Check out this music video about scientists!
What do you think the qualities of a scientist are? Please comment!
Want to learn more about Pi? Check out the video below!
Learn more about Pi through Nrich Mathematics
Apply what you have learned through playing this game
Tomorrow we will be having conversations over Today’s Meet with our mystery Skype class at YIS. Since both of our classes have learned about child rights, we will spend some time having conversations to reflect on what we’ve learned.
Please click on the proper link below to enter into the chat room you have been assigned.
Please visit the site below for your group discussion.
- Millions of children live on their own on the streets of the world’s cities. https://todaysmeet.com/ShockingFacts1
- In 2001, there were conflicts in 37 countries where children were forced to fight and risk their lives. https://todaysmeet.com/ShockingFacts2
Once you have found your shocking facts or statistics, fill out THIS Google Form.
We will be using some of these statements to fuel our conversations and discussions later in the week.
Using the information from Hungry Planet, a.k.a. What the World Eats, we looked into how much money families from a typical home spend on groceries each week. Each family was from a different country and spent somewhere between $1.23 and $419.95 (USD) on groceries a week. Following that we averaged how much money was being spent per person in the household, and graphed this data. In addition, we used THIS website by the BBC to explore if there is a correlation between nutrition and life expectancy. It has been an interesting investigation.
What relationships did you notice between the amount spent on groceries and life expectancy in each country?