Apollo 13 “A Successful Failure”. Today, we will learn about another mission which attempted to make it to the moon, but didn’t. Although this mission was not as successful, it is still as interesting as Apollo 11, and the astronauts on the Apollo 13 mission were equally as incredible. If you get a chance to watch the movie “Apollo 13”, it does a great job of showing this inspirational story.
A Message from the ELO Team.
Hello from your teachers. Of course, we feel that school is important but so is your health. Enjoy these lessons but more importantly, take care of yourself and each other. And, no matter what happens this year, be proud of yourself, your resilience, and your ability to adapt to extreme circumstances. We are proud of each and every one of you.
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The APOLLO 11 mission opened a new era in the exploration of the moon. The spacecraft was launched on 14 July 1969 and the lunar excursion module (LM) with Astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin landed on the moon 4 days later. Learn more about Apollo 11 with today’s activities. Enjoy! Molly Rose, Twain Harte
Watch the quick demonstration of a woman saying “thank you” using American Sign Language in the first module. Practice saying thank you to your pets or family.
The writer Jules Verne was a master of science fiction, but we now have the technology and knowledge to understand some of places and topics he wrote his fiction stories about. In 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Verne describes a vast and amazing underwater world. In the nonfiction links and articles, you will read about the actual plants and creatures that live in the deepest parts of our ocean.
There’s a Super Pink Moon tonight! Today’s lessons are all about the moon.
April is National Poetry Month! Let’s celebrate by exploring Spring: Connecting with Nature. Then, we’ll take a look at how interacting with nature is beneficial to our well-being as humans. Finally, use your knowledge of integers and rates to answer questions about spring snowmelt in the Sierra Nevadas!
Why is washing you hands so important? Create a 20 sec song, an art campaign for washing your hands, and learn all about the scientific side of germs and hand washing.
Be a Genius: Take time each day to work on a project that interests you! Become a genius in an area that is important to you. (see infomation from ELO post on April 1)
Be a Genius: Take time each day to work on a project that interests you! Become a genius in an area that is important to you.
Coronavirus and your emotions. Take some time to read a comic strip about how to prevent getting COVID 19, create your own self-portrait then, play some math fact games.
Our community and the Covid 19 virus. Take some time to learn about the science behind the Covid 19 virus and think about ways you and your family may be able to help our community during this time of need. Stay active. Stay healthy.