The 6th grade viewed amazing pictures and video from King Tut’s display and discussed Egyptian culture. The vocabulary word from their lesson is kitchen midden, which is a fancy term for ancient history garbage!
The sixth graders made a model of the Indian and Eurasian plates colliding, causing the Himalayan Range to develop. Thanks to Mr. Merkord for his assistance. Ask them to show you how their models work and to explain them.
6th graders are required to do one book report a trimester. They need to find either a science fiction or a fantasy book to read. Ask your students for specific details. Information was distributed on Thursday, September 30,2010. Students will be sharing their books in the form of a pop-up book. Work on the pop-up […]
The 6th grade is examining archaeology. Today we visited Pompeii and learned about Mount Vesuvius. The students are now creating a cave drawing of their world today so archaeologists in the future will know about their life!
Sixth graders are working hard this week; they took their first science test today and they will be taking a math test this week as well. Those tests, on top of the ITBS testing! Good job, sixth graders!