Sarah Magnusen

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 08:52:59 +0000

CC cycle 2 week 13 science; explains four states of matter

    PLASMA ~ The 4th State of Matter or the 1st? Depends on which direction you're going... Discovery channel video Week 13

    Week 13: Science Make Plasma With Grapes In The Microwave! // so stinkin' cool! Great for talking about states of matter, and I also like how they go through lab report parts (hypothesis, procedure, conclusions, future work).

    How are asteroids, comets and meteors different? mini-video about the difference by Nasa | Classical Conversations Cycle 2 Week 11 Science

    7 Biomes of the World - week 1

    CC Cycle 2 Week 13 Eli Whitney How the Cotton Gin Changed America

    Cotton Gin - Eli Whitney, inventor of the cotton gin that automated separating cotton seeds from cotton fiber, was born on December 8, 1765. At this YouTube website you can learn about Eli Whitney and the history of the cotton gin as you watch a video demonstration of a cotton gin by a volunteer at the Smithsonian Museum of American History.

    This tutorial is the meat of much of classical physics. From @Khan Academy: "We think about what a force is and how Newton changed the world's (and possibly your) view of how reality works."

    Science experiments for kids: States of Matter Fun! Representing the atoms with cheerios. Free download. #stem #science

    CC Cycle 2 week 13; short clip on James Watt and the steam engine

    What's Eating You: Producers, Consumer, Decomposers (C2, W3)

    Week 1: Introduction to Biomes GORGEOUS! Can't wait to show this to Aden and Avery! ~Amanda

    Cycle 2 Science Weeks 11 & 12