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Local impacts can have global consequences. Humans are causing accelerating changes in the atmosphere, on land, and in the oceans. Life in these changing environments is tough for many species. Let’s get introduced to Climate Change with this illustrated video from the California Academy of Science.
Brain Teasers! Challenge yourself to solve these math puzzles. Share one or more with someone else and explain your thinking.
Nasa's Climate kids!
Extreme weather has impacted the migration of various species. Read this article from Nasa’s Climate Kids page about how climate change affected a certain bird population. Then build your own bird feeder at home!
Where are the squid?
As a result of climate change, the Humboldt Squid have invaded the West coast of both Americas, threatening the natural ecosystem. Watch this video and take a trip through its history. Journal your ideas about how this case provides evidence of climate change.
Simulation time! In this game from NASA, you’ll attack greenhouse gases to let sun energy escape back through the atmosphere. Read the instructions before you start. (Flash Player required)
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Speech & Language
Focus on multiple meaning words: There is more than one definition for the word ‘root’. Can you think of at least two different meanings of the word ‘root’ using complete sentences.
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Year in Review
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Today's ActivitiesWatch “Miss Nelson Has a Field Day” and fill out this story map to describe the plot elements.First, draw a large chalk 10 by 10 grid on the blacktop or sidewalk. Mark the numbers 1 through 10 along the top and down the left side. Get beanbags (or...