Challenge 3 is Here!

This challenge is all about how the Earth’s Surface Changes. Watch the videos and use the links to help you answer the questions. Good Luck! 

code: stemm5

Mrs. Roe has a set of directions for the BrainPOP site in her lab

or you can access it here. brainpop student-1qg8gq3

Use the following links to get to the 101 videos. The link on the paper has been changed by National Geographic. 🙁


Challenge 1 Results

41 out of 65 GT students signed up to participate in the Science Lab Olympiad. 23 of the 41 turned in their first challenge!

Two students tied for the top grade. It was a tough challenge that required careful reading of questions and paying close attention to the videos and websites to have the correct answers. Answers and top scoring students are posted by the lab.

Challenge 1 Due Date Extended!!!

The first challenge due date was Friday, February 15. The new date is Wednesday, February 20, due to Mrs. Roe being out with the flu. If your challenge is finished, please go ahead and turn it in. 🙂

Our new challenge begins Wednesday, February 20.


Science Lab Olympiads

The first challenge has begun! I am so excited that so many of you have joined our club!!!

Here are the links for the What’s the Matter: WebQuest. Hopefully this will make your challenge a little easier. 🙂

STEMM Projects have begun for all GT students!

Third graders are working on the “Gingerbread Man Challenge”. Their goal is to build a boat that can get the Gingerbread Man across a river using only a few designated items. Fourth graders are completing a mini project titled “Help Fritz Float”. This allows the students to design a flotation device for Mrs. Roe’s handicapped dog. The device would allow him to get exercise while floating in a bathtub. They will present their projects “Shark Tank” style. Fifth graders are completing the “Surgery is Suite” project. This project allows the students to experience the jobs of pathologists and surgeons.  They will create slides of suspicious tissues and will learn how to suture a biopsy site.