Journal 3/13 (pg. 89)
What are 2 interesting facts about your organism?
Journal 3/12 (pg. 89)
How is your organism born?
Journal 3/11 (pg. 88)
How does your organism get its energy?
Journal 3/10 (pg. 88)
What organism are you researching? What is its scientific name?
Journal 3/6 (pg. 88)
List the 6 biomes our planet can be broken into.
Journal 3/5 (pg. 87)
1. List 3 secondary consumers.
1. List 3 tertiary consumers.
Journal 3/4 (pg. 87)
1. List 3 producers.
1. List 3 primary consumers.
Journal 3/3 (pg. 87)
1. List 5 biotic things at Pasteur.
2. List 5 abiotic things at Pasteur.
Journal 2/26 (pg. 79)
1. What are the three fossil fuels?
2. What fossil fuel does gasoline come from?
Journal 2/25 (pg. 79)
What is SMUD's Time of Day Rate?
Journal 2/14 (pg. 79)
What uses the most electricity in your house?
Journal 2/13 (pg. 78)
What are the three fossil fuels?
Journal 2/12 (pg. 78)
Why can't we burn coal forever to produce electricity?
Journal 2/11 (pg. 78)
How is electricity typically produced?
Journal 2/7 (pg. 75)
What are some areas you didn't realize you were using water (virtual water use)?
Journal 2/6 (pg. 75)
List 5 tips for saving water at home.
Journal 2/5 (pg. 74)
Approx. how much water do you use in 1 month? Do you think this is reasonable?
Journal 2/4 (pg. 74)
Where does our drinking water come from?
Journal 1/31 (pg. 74)
How does the corona virus spread?
Journal 1/30 (pg. 73)
What is molten rock called underground? Above ground?
Journal 1/28 (pg. 73)
Do you think fracking should be allowed? Why or why not?
Journal 1/24 (pg. 73)
What is fracking? What does it cause?
Journal 1/23 (pg. 72)
Why are there so many earthquakes in a day?
Journal 1/22 (pg. 72)
Approximately how many earthquakes occur everyday?
Journal 1/17 (pg. 72)
Which direction do lines of latitude go?
Which direction do lines of longitude go?
Journal 1/16 (pg. 71)
What is our approximate elevation?
Journal 1/15 (pg. 71)
What is the government agency responsible for making maps?
Journal 1/14 (pg. 71)
If a map has a scale of 1:100 and you measured a distance of 10cm on your map how long would that be in real life?
Journal 1/10 (pg. 70)
If a map has a scale of 1:1000 what does that mean?
Journal 1/9 (pg. 70)
1. What is the imaginary line located at 0 degrees latitude?
2. What is the imaginary line located at 0 degrees longitude?
Journal 1/8 (pg. 70)
What are the coordinates of
Journal 12/20 (pg. 62,63,64 or 65)
What natural features do you get at:
Divergent Plate Boundaries?
Convergent Plate Boundaries?
Journal 12/19 (pg. 64)
How much do the tectonic plates move in 1 year?
Journal 12/18 (pg. 64)
Where is the sea floor oldest?
Where is it youngest?
Journal 12/17 (pg. 64)
What is happening in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean? Why?
Journal 12/13 (pg. 62 or 64?)
What are the three plate boundary types?
Journal 12/12 (pg. 56)
What is the driving force behind plate tectonics?
Journal 12/11 (pg. 56)
What is the name of the supercontinent that Alfred Wegener named?
What is the theory that replaced continental drift?
Journal 12/10 (pg. 56)
Why did scientists reject Alfred Wegeners Continental Drift Theory?
Journal 12/5 (pg. 55)
What evidence is there that continents have moved?
Journal 12/4 (pg. 55)
What natural things can plate tectonics cause?
Journal 12/3 (pg. 55)
Which area of U.S. has the highest mountains?
Which area of South America has the highest mountains?
Journal 11/22 (pg. 49)
List at least 3 minerals.
Journal 11/21 (pg. 49)
On a stereoscope what is the thing you look through called?
What is the thing you put your rock on called?
Journal 11/20 (pg. 49)
What type of rock can a sedimentary rock become?
Journal 11/19 (pg. 47)
How are metamorphic rocks formed?
Crayons Rock Conclusion Questions
- Why was your crayon igneous to start?
- What did you do with the knife? What did you create?
- Describe how creating a sedimentary crayon is like creating a sedimentary rock.
- Describe how creating a metamorphic crayon is like creating a metamorphic rock.
- Describe how creating an igneous crayon is like creating an igneous rock.
Journal 11/15 (pg. 47)
How are sedimentary rocks formed?
Journal 11/14 (pg. 47)
How are igneous rocks formed?
Journal 11/8 (pg. 46)
Where did you start your journey? What is the first thing that happened to you?
Journal 11/7 (pg. 46)
Where can rocks be located? (think about yesterdays activity)
Journal 11/6 (pg. 46)
1. What is the difference between weathering and erosion?
Journal 11/1 (pg. 42)
1. Define Weathering.
2. What are some ways rocks can be weathered?
Do the warm up on pg. 43 in your workbook.
Journal 10/30 (pg. 42)
What tests can you perform to determine the identity of a mineral?
Journal 10/29 (pg. 42)
What is the difference between minerals and rocks.
Journal 10/22 (pg. 38)
What are the three main types of rocks?
Journal 10/18 (pg. 38)
What is the name of our galaxy?
Where is the largest volcano in the solar system?
Journal 10/17 (pg. 38)
What are asteroids made of?
What are comets made of?
Journal 10/16 (pg. 37)
What is happening when we have a solar eclipse?
What is happening when we have a lunar eclipse?
Journal 10/15 (pg. 37)
What does the earth do in 1 day?
What does the earth do in 1 year?
What does the moon do in 1 month?
Journal 10/11 (pg. 37)
How many moons does Venus have?
What planet is closest to Earth?
Journal 10/10 (pg. 35)
How many moons does Mercury have?
How many robots have visited Mercury?
Journal 10/9 (pg. 35)
What are the 8 phases of the moon?
Journal 10/3 (pg. 35)
What causes the seasons to change?
Journal 10/2 (pg. 31)
What is the Hubble Space Telescope?
What is the International Space Station?
Journal 10/1 (pg. 31)
List 2 missions NASA is currently involved in.
Journal 9/26 (pg. 31)
Grab your worksheets from yesterday
How long does it take to get to
Journal 9/25 (pg. 31)
1. How many miles away is the sun?
2. How far away is the second closest star?
Journal 9/24 (pg. 19)
1. What is an Astronomical Unit (AU)?
2. What is a Light Year (LY)?
Journal 9/20 (pg. 19)
1. What type of atoms are stars mostly made of?
2. What type of atom is formed inside a star when hydrogen atoms fuse together?
Journal 9/19 (pg. 19)
1. How many Earths could fit inside the sun?
2. How much wider is the sun than Earth?
Journal 9/18 (pg. 18)
What is the smallest planet in our solar system?
What is the largest planet in our solar system?
Journal 9/17 (pg. 18)
List the planets in order from closest to furthest from the sun.
Journal 9/12 (pg. 18)
Do you think Mars was ever habitable? Why or why not?
Journal 9/11 (pg. 17)
What did the stream table teach you?
Grab your workbook and turn to pg. 49. Start on the warm-up.
Journal 9/6 (pg. 17)
List the 4 outer planets.
Journal 9/6 (pg. 17)
Based on the evidence so far, where do you think the channel on Mars came from?
Journal 8/27 (pg. 16)
List the 4 rocky planets.
Journal 8/23 (pg. 16)
What is the difference between evidence and reasoning?
Journal 8/22 (pg. 11)
Make 5 observations about the person sitting next to you.
Journal 8/21 (pg. 11)
What is one tip for staying safe in a science classroom?
Journal 8/20 (pg. 11)
What is a Science Journal used for? (hint: you wrote it down yesterday on pg. 9)
Do Not Touch the cube, or tray
- Question - What is on the bottom of the cube?
- Evidence: (what do you observe about the cube?)
- Claim (answer based on evidence)
- Reasoning (tells us how the evidence supports the claim)
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