How about a little turkey day Kahoot?! Click on the image for a little festive physical science fun, turkey themed, of course!
In Physical Science…we are ready to use all the measurement skills we have been practicing. Physics is next…motion, speed, and forces.
In Chem…we continue to work with the periodic table and chemical bonding. Next we move onto chemical reactions and equations.
Check out this cool PT, it shows which type of stars elements came from.
How about a little fun with Significant Digits…
Physical Science continues to practice bonding and balancing… we have one more unit of chemistry before we flip to physics.
Chemistry continues to work with the periodic table this week.
In Physical Science:
We will wrap up chemical bonding and move onto chemical reactions and chemical equations.
We will move on from the electron and look at Periodic Law and trends on the Periodic Table.
This week in Physical Science we move on to chemical bonding.
This week in Chemistry we wrap up atoms with a test on Tuesday. Next we move onto electron configurations and orbitals.
This week in Physical Science:
In Chemistry this week:
This week in Physical Science we will be continue looking at atoms and Bohr models, then turn our focus to Lewis e-dot diagrams, isotopes, and ions. We end the week with our Unit 2 test at move on next to the Periodic Table.
This week in Chemistry we will continue to practice dimensional analysis and density. We then turn our focus to the scientific method and round out the week with a clean up day and our Unit 2 test on measurement.
Four day week…
Physical Science will begin studying the ATOM.
Chemistry will be working on MEASUREMENT this week.
Make time to visit the fair this weekend…it is one not to miss!
Are you settling back into the school routine? Checking posts on Google Classroom? Reviewing a bit each night? Keeping a planner with important reminders and dates?
If you need some help or support, I am available during homeroom on M or W, before school on TH, or with prior arrangements…don’t fall in the pit!!
I hope you found summer break to be relaxing and rejuvenating. For some of you, we meet again, and for others, we meet for the first time. Regardless, welcome to a new school year!
I look forward to sharing new science topics and new experiences with you here at Kenston High School.