Today in Applied Design, Skills and Technologies class we started to write code. Code is a set of instructions that computers can understand. We worked in table groups to write code for stacking cups on top of one another. Next … Continue reading →
Today is a very foggy day in Vancouver. This is exciting news for our classroom scientists. We are learning about the water cycle and fog is low clouds. Today we got to walk through the condensation stage of the water cycle!
What are digital footprints? Today during Applied Design, Skills, and Technology (ADST) class we learned that every time you use a computer you leave a digital footprint. The digital footprint has information about you on the Internet. In table groups … Continue reading →
Today’s Math lesson was lots of fun. Students worked in pairs to Melt A Snowflake. They took turns rolling dice and adding the two numbers together. Then the student colored the part of the snowflake the had the same number … Continue reading →
Today’s Science experiment used cotton balls, eyedroppers, and water. First we predicted how many drops of water the cotton ball cloud could hold before it rained. Next, in partners, we counted how many drops of water the cloud could hold. … Continue reading →