Tuesday, September 22, 2015 1:29 PM
Tuesday September 22, 2015
We have been very busy over the last week. I have lots to update!!!!
We have been continuing our study of GCF's and we will have a quiz Thursday on these. We also have been practicing our math facts each class with Math Flash software, please work on these at home as well. Today in Science we did an investigation on Density. Students had a blast, check our our picture gallary for photos. The question is do all heavy things skink and all light things float?
We are continuing to learn about linear equations in math, we will have a quiz Monday on one step equation with adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with integers, and decimals- next week we will move into fractions!!! I may even have a small yummy treat when we talk about fractions. In Science, students are designing their own socieities that can withstand future catastrophic events. Check out our photo gallary for some pics!!
Posted By Melissa Fischer at 1:29 PM
Monday, September 14, 2015 12:04 PM
September 14, 2015
Today 8th graders learned about equations in math, and we went over the format Mrs. Fischer is going to require this year. WE MUST SHOW OUR WORK!!!! In Science we shared our Global Warming Stories, and started our new project: Designing Our Own Society:
Posted By Melissa Fischer at 12:04 PM
Tuesday, September 8, 2015 2:00 PM
September, 8, 2015
Welcome back from the holiday weekend. I hope each of you had time to enjoy your time off, and do something you enjoy. I spent time catching up on household chores, was able to play some put put golf, and visit my parents farm with my boys. It was a blast, but now I am arguing with allergies! Speaking of allergies, if anyone wants to send in some extra kleenex that would be great! This week we will continue to learn about atoms and molecules and factors in my Tuesday/Thursday classes, and we have a test next Tuesday in science. (see the assignments for the details). In my Monday/Wednesday classes we have a global warming project due tomorrow and we will continue to learn about linear equations. Have a great evening!
Posted By Melissa Fischer at 2:00 PM