Sunday, 8 October 2017

Here is a link to the celestial bodies/components of space cards we used in Science class. You can review them online or print a coy for yourself!

Saturday, 7 October 2017

How much plastic is in the ocean? Find out the answer to this and learn about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in the video below. What do we need to do to stop this phenomenon?

Are you eating plastic for dinner? Watch this video and find out more about the negative impacts of plastic and microplastics in our oceans.

Watch this video and learn more about how a spacesuit works from a real astroanut.

Visit this amazing link from NASA to learn everything there is to know about living in space.

Sunday, 1 October 2017

Review how to find the area of parallelograms using this Study Jams video. Preview how to find the area of irregular figures and triangles.
Watch and listen as Tim and Moby explain how space flight works using rockets and the forces of flight!
Could we actually survive the extreme environments in Space? What obstacles do we need to overcome? Would you ever move to Mars? Could humans actually live there?

How the International Space Station was built.

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Watch this video to review the phases of the moon. Look up at the moon tonight. What phase is it in?

Wednesday, 27 September 2017

What is life like on the International Space Station? What kind of technology do astronauts use to survive and thrive in space? Watch this video and find out.

Friday, 22 September 2017

An individual's story can be very valuable to others. Terry Fox and Sadako Sasaki are examples. Malala Yousafzai is another example of how one young person's story can inspire the world. Watch the Brain Pop video again. How does Malala inspire you? #allkidshavetherighttolearn

On Wednesday, we held a walk at school tom commemorate Canadian hero Terry Fox and the message of hope he inspired to the world. Here is Terry Fox's Story.


Wednesday, 20 September 2017

A little bit more about the Moon and gravity. Watch this Crash Course video to learn more.

Visit DK Find Out! and discover more about the Moon. Do you recognize the nursery rhyme in the picture below?