Sixth Grade/ Science and Social Studies
Welcome! Here's what we've been doing:
The 7th graders examine seeds and then and write dichotomous keys.
Plant Clubbers make scientific observations about Palouse Native Plants!
6th Graders present their Province Report Travel Agency information.
8th Graders skype with Micol Collins (Mr. Collins' sister-in-law) about Italy and Rome)
Health students wrote and presented skits about building healthy relationships.
7th graders grew crystals and then after the test, took advantage of a "free science" exploration.
7th graders create several saturated solutions to explore the solubility of salts.
Plant Club sows seeds for the Palouse Prairie Foundation grant!
Keyboarders assemble the Kano Kit- to build a computer!
6th Graders explain cloud types with skits and interpretive dance.
Plant Club uses tree identification books id trees around the school.
Thanks again Amy Ross-Davis!
The 6th Graders work on their "Warm the Water" project- done in conjunction with the College of Education.
The Middle School skyped with Sergeant S. Adam Collins for a Veteran's Day Celebration!
The Plant Club used leaf rubbings to create Thanksgiving day cards, which they delivered to Good Sam's residents.
The 7th graders designed and conducted experiments to observe chemical/physical changes. These included cornstarch/water, baking soda/vinegar volcanoes- with a catalyst!, slime, and acidity/alkalinity tests!
The 8th graders share their ABC Biology books (written by them!) with the Kindergarten class.
Welcome Frederick the Corn Snake! Thank you Mylar family!
The Redman Family performs authentic Bluegrass Music!
Middle Schoolers enjoy their first Community Night- a Dance!
The 6th Graders share their Canada Posters in small groups and with the class.
The 6th Graders created skits about the steps in the Scientific Method to study for the test.
The 7th Graders wrote realistic fiction stories about Africa and then shared them with the 4th grade class.
The 7th Graders installed the landscape buffer for the Middle School Expansion!
The Middle School attended a Festival Dance performance of "A Moving Sound." This is a Tiawanese group that has traveld around the globe!
6th Graders enjoy their time at MOSS!
Here's the link for the MOSS BLOG:
8th grade students work together to dissect a fetal pig and discuss organs and organ systems.