Our Animal Adaptation and classification test will be on Friday, October 28th, next week. A review sheet for the classification portion went home yesterday. If your child misplaced it, I have included it right here for you to download: vertebrates . I have also included an adaptation video by Study Jams as a review. Please click on the picture below to watch the video and even test yourself in the end. Students, remember to leave a comment about what you learned from the video so that I can give you credit for doing a little extra.
If you would like to play an adaptation game, you can click on the picture below. Let me know if you make it on the leader board.
We need extra time, so I have decided to move the test to Tuesday of next week. This will give us more time to review.
Human Environmental Interaction Quiz
Humas have changed the environment by:
- Cutting down trees for farmland and homes
- Polluted Great Lakes and rivers
- Used acres of Farmland to build cities
- Building on the shoreline made some dunes erode
- People filled in wetlands
Humans have adapted to the environment by:
- Build houses with peaked roof because of the snow and rain.
- Change clothes to match the weather
- Have furnaces and air conditioners for the changing seasons
- Use screens to keep bugs out
- We grow apples instead of oranges
We will have a test on the sound unit on Monday, December 3rd.
The children are completing a variety of science experiments for our sound unit. This is a loud unit for the classrooms that are close to ours. Click on Making Horns to hear what we mean. We were able to see how pitch changes with the length of the straw. We have been reviewing the specific vocabulary terms for this unit. Your child should have brought home flashcards to practice at the beginning of the week. An online quiz, matching game or printable flashcards can be viewed by clicking on the picture below:
If your child would like to visit websites that provide a review, as well as, allow them to experiment with sounds, instruments, pitch and vibration, click on the pictures below:
We will have a Social Studies test on Tuesday. This will cover the regions of Michigan. Please help your child study the regions Michigan can be divided into, the unique regions of Michigan, and the regions of the U.S. that Michigan is a part of.
Also, please ask your child about why the regions are divided this way. What are the similar features and characteristics of the regions?
Let me know if there are any other questions.
Thanks for your support!