Last week our school was visited by H2Whoa! We saw a show that encouraged all of us to save water. We are working through the follow-up modules in our classroom. The first assignment was to create Shower Power Posters. The … Continue reading →
Today’s blog post is written by two students: Caiden and Kim. Caiden: “Last Tuesday we saw a performance in the gym. It was called H2Whoa! The show was about water and how to save water and how not to waste … 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!
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 →
Today’s Science experiment involved leaving a plate of salty water near our classroom window for one week. After one week, the water disappeared! Only the salt remained on the plate. The water evaporated! This is just like the water cycle. … Continue reading →
Today’s science experiment involved the water cycle. We created a cloud in a jar. We heated up the jar with boiling water, put a piece of plastic wrap on top, secured it with an elastic, then added ice cubes. The … Continue reading →
Today we set up a condensation experiment during Science class. We discovered that the water droplets sticking under our pan of ice was condensation- our pan was not leaking. Our water cycle bags are also in the stage of condensation!
We have begun our first water experiment in Science. We have made water cycle bags. First the water cycle bags show the stage of collection. As the sun shines on the bags in the window, and heats the water, the … Continue reading →