Category Archives: 7th Grade

Weather, Force and Motion, and a new partnership for 6th and 7th Grade Scientists

Sixth grade science is having a good time studying weather with all the recent snowstorms. Topics of water vapor and dew point have been tackled of late as we try to understand condensation, evaporation and the ever-present precipitation that has been occurring on a weekly basis in the form of . . ., well let’s not … Continue reading

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In math class we do a lot of decimals

From Daeshawn McLaughlin, a student in Mr. Weinstein’s math class:   In math class we do a lot of decimals. We add them, subract them, multiply them and we also divide them. For example: .25 X .45 = 1/50 – 1.40 = 1.25 X .7 = 7.38/.3 = After vacation we will start another unit … Continue reading

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