6th Grade Homework:

What is your Favorite Element? Explain why, along with how the element is used. Include Elemental Symbol, Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, and Color Picture.

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Due Wednesday March 1st

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Students! Please remember to use a “technical” voice when writing conclusions! No use of possessive pronouns like “I”, “We”, “You”, “Our”, “Their”, etc.

Lab Conclusion Rubric
6th Grade Conclusion Guide
8th Grade Conclusion guide

Science Projects

2 crowder cash can buy a handful of goodies, and 5 crowder cash can buy 10 pts in the PP catagory.

Whisper the Secret Phrase below in Mr. Crowder’s ear, or write on small piece of paper and show it to get a Crowder Cash!!! These change each week!

Einsteinian Atomicness is Correlated with Bhoring Bhorates that Cloud Electrons and Protenatious Neutralities. *note* this only counts when you get this outside of my class!

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