||What is today's temperature?
Take 6 readings, 1 every 2 hours.
|Name 7 animals that live in your state. Do they live on land or water.
Add one cut out picture for each animal and write a sentence describing
|Name 4 ways that magnets are used in your house.
Make a list.
|Dye eggs naturally! Boil one of the following items in water, beet
juice, onion skins tea spinach.
Can you guess what colors these will make? Add a teaspoon of vinegar to the dye bath. Let eggs
sit in the dye until they reach a color you like.
Turn in pieces of egg shell.
|Collect 12 buttons and sort them into 3 groups.
-Identify the difference between groups and hand in.
|Make parachutes using squares of lightweight cloth or paper. Tie each corner
of the square with thin string. Gather the 4 loose sends of string and tie them to a small object like a
paper clip. Throw it into the air. Does it matter whether it's paper or cloth?
Follow directions and hand in results.
|Blow up a balloon and place it in your refrigerator. What happens to it?
Write an explanation.
Cut 2 long strips from an old white sheet. Staple different colored strips of materials to them.
Hold them and run! Hand in results.
|How many shades of green can you find?
Create a collage with as many as you can find.
|Go on a skunk cabbage hunt.
Hand in results.
|Create a poster for National Wildlife Week. Hang it on your refrigerator.
Either turn in poster or take a digital picture poster hanging on your
|Read Tomie dePaolo's The Cloud Book. Lie on your back and
watch the clouds go by.
Follow directions in box and write a brief book report.
|Today is the Spring equinox. What does that mean?
Research and write an explanation.
|"March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb." Does the weather this month
act like this?
Write an explanation from your observations.
|Go on a puddle hunt. Why are puddles called "nature's mirrors"?
Use complete sentences in your explanation.
|Measure the ingredients for Peanut Butter Bread. (See below).
Hand in a piece of bread or share loaf with class.
|Make Finger gelatin eggs. (See below).
Write an explanation of the process and tell how you liked the eggs.