Learning Targets: 2-18-19 I can understand how different fossils form. I can describe how scientists use rocks to date fossils. 2-11-19 I can understand how different fossils form. I can describe how scientists use rocks to date fossils.
1-7-19 I can identify the Earth's 4 layers based on temperature and composition.
11-5-18 I can identify how energy travels through a food chain and food web. I can create a panoramic pic of a specific biome.
10-5-18 I can create a keynote presentation on light.
4.PS4.3 - Investigate how lenses and digital devices like computers or cell phones use waves to enhance human senses.
4.ETS2.3 - Explain how engineers have improved existing technologies to increase their benefits, to decrease known risks, and to meet societal demands (artificial limbs, seatbelts, cell phones).
9-17-18 I can use a model of a wave to explain regular patterns of amplitude, wavelength, and direction.
I can compare a transverse wave and a longitudinal wave.
8-27-18 4.PS3.2 - Observe and explain the relationship between potential energy and kinetic energy. 4.PS3.3 - Describe how stored energy can be converted into another form for practical use. Energy:
I can explain the difference between potential and kinetic energy.
I can demonstrate that energy can change forms.
I can explain how energy is conserved by giving examples of ways energy can change form.
I can describe how energy can be converted into several forms at once.
4.PS3.1 - Use evidence to explain the cause and effect relationship between the speed of an object and the energy of an object. Energy: Forms of Energy
Define energy and how it is used.
Know that there are seven forms of energy.
Know how energy is stored, transformed, and transferred.
Describe ways that wind and air can be used to move things.
Describe the different ways that humans and other organisms use chemical energy