On behalf of
Mrs. Pratt's 7A Students 2013-2014
an Amur Leopard
has been adopted through World Wildlife Fund
- Extra Credit
- Pictures from class
- Helpful Websites
- Projects and Labs
- "The Demise of the Halloween Pumpkins"
- Above and Beyond Science
- Students of the Months
- Notes, Graphic Organizers, and Cool Resources
- Science Songs and Raps!!
- Testimonials and Advice
- Course Syllabus and Expectations
- Portfolios in Science
- Conservation Awareness and Fundraising
- "How To" videos and Tutorials
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Please use the link to the powerpoint presentation below to complete the "ghost" notes in order to prepare for the protist microscopy lab that we will be completing on Thursday and Friday. You will also need to watch this five minute YouTube video on Kingdom Protista (if for some reason, you cannot link to this video from my blog, you can access the video on YouTube. The title of the video is Protists, by Bozeman Science. It is 5 minutes and 6 seconds long).
Here are some of the protists we will be viewing. Check out this short video on amoeba motion
Volvox are dancing...
Euglena are moving...