What are you curious about? Get ready feed your curiosity in Science Class!
-Ms. Klimkosky (Ms. K.)
Student Scientists in Action!
Halloween Science 2021!
Halloween Science has become a spooky tradition at the end of the hall. Students in grades K-6 rotated through a variety of stations that challenged them to think like scientists. They measured, observed, calculated, compared, sorted, matched, weighed, sketched, moved, and engineered their way through Halloween-themed activities. Data was recorded in individual packets. We had a great time! Click through the slideshow and take a look!
Exploring the Landforms of Truro
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Part of the 2nd grade Earth Science curriculum includes studying and mapping landforms in an area and how blowing wind and flowing water can shape Earth's landforms. We are so lucky to have many different landforms right here in Truro that can be seen from the Bearberry Hill trail on North Pamet Road. Back in the classroom, we will make a model of Ballston Beach to show how water shaped the land and then think about solutions designed to slow or prevent or slow the ocean from changing the land.
The Science of Sound
6th Grade Investigations