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4th Grade Assignments:


Homework due week of September 28th


Homework due week of October 5th: Page 9 Response Sheet--Hot Water, Cold Water


Homework due week of October 19th: Diagram the Water Cycle


Homework due week of October 28th: Lemonade, Volume and Capacity


MAGNETISM AND ELECTRICITY

Magnetism and Electricity HWs (pages 1 and 2 for Week of November 2nd, page 3 due week of November 16th, and page 4 due week of November 30th)



Magnetism and Electricity HW due week of December 7th


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5th Grade Assignments


Homework week 1
Page 3 of Variables Half Sheets (see attachment): response sheet-- swingers

Homework due week 2: Page 8 of Variables Half Sheets

Homework due week 3: Page 16 of Variables Half Sheets, Flippers

Homework due week 4: Page 11 of Variables Half Sheets, Plane Sense


Homework week 5


Homework due week 6


Variables HW week 7


Variables HW due week 8


Environments

Environments HW due week of January 12th (Page 13 of EnvHalfSheets packet)

Environments HW due week of January 19th (Page 10 of packet)


Homework due week of January 25th (Download "Science Fair Planning Page and Example" from "Resources" on the Science Fair page):


Select a topic and type the plan for your science fair project. Include:
Title
Experimental Question
Hypothesis
Variables
Procedure
Results Chart

For an example, see the page below and download Science Fair Planning Page and Example:
http://burgler.wikispaces.com/Science+Fair


Homework due week of February 8th (by Friday, February 13th). If you need more time (in the case of some plant experiments, for instance) you can hand in the lab reports the week of February 23rd (after the break).


Make the revisions I suggested on your plan, conduct your experiment, record the results, and write your conclusion. Download the Checklist for Lab Report from

http://burgler.wikispaces.com/Science+Fair

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Title
Experimental Question
Hypothesis
Variables (independent, dependent, and controlled)
Procedure
Results (chart, photographs, observations, graphs, etc.)
Conclusion (at least five sentences explaining what your results mean)