Sixth Grade Home Room/ Middle School Science
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Here are some photos of what we did last year!
6th Graders Skype with Staff Sergeant S. Adam Collins about his Humanitarian Mission to Honduras when he was 21.
Latah County Conservation Day!
Arrival and hanging out at Spring Valley Reservoir. The students also learn that garter snakes can swim!
Students learn about fire safety from a fire fighter's point of view. One shows off her mustache!
Students also learn about Wilderness Survival- what to do and what NOT to do!
They also learned about macro-invertebrates and how to catch them!
They ended the day with a time to go fishing.
Thank you Mr. Mylar for sharing reptiles (including Frederick's dad!) with us!
6th Graders learn about diffusion in cells by modeling in an experiment using different chemicals.
7th graders make more observations abou their indoor gardens.
6th graders learn about how a cell "breathes" by looking at stomata.