Here is a wonderful grade 6 student created video to teach Lunar phases.
In math class, this student is working on answering the question, “How expensive am I as a middle schooler?” First step is to brainstorm all the costs associated with being a middle schooler. This student has begun figuring out just how expensive he is!
In the grade 6 classroom, students were asked to answer the following question:
They had to use evidence to support their answer. The class turned into a wonderful Continue reading “What affects gravity?”
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Check out some of the inquiry projects grade 6 students are doing in math class. Students are able to pursue their own interests and use mathematics being learned in the classroom to answer their own questions. Continue reading “Great Math Inquiry Projects!”
On the first day of school, grade 6 students were given 20 minutes and asked to come up with innovative design solutions to improve the design or functioning of a reusable water bottle. Here are some of their ideas. What are your ideas? Please take a moment and share your ideas about improving a water bottle.
These two students were curious about this question and they used math to come up with an answer which may surprise you!
These two students decided to use their math unit on Ratios and Rates to prove which video game has the best value. Check out their video to see the winner!
In grade 6, one of the units is Ecosystems. This student was curious about the Arctic ecosystem. Continue reading “Student wants to help reduce Global Warming!”
Are you curious about how an ecosystem maintains balance? Do you ever wonder what could happen if a species goes extinct? This student asked similar questions and produced this tutorial video to explain.