Polyphemus Caterpillar and Moth
Click on the Links below to learn more about our Polyphemus Moth Caterpillar...
Click on the Picture to Learn More about Dinosaurs
NOTE: This site only works on a desktop computer. It does not work on an iPad.
Check out kidsdinos.com
One exhibit choice you can build is a diorama. Click here or on the picture above to visit First Palette for directions on building a really cool dinosaur exhibit.
Blast off to the Moon!
The Life Cycle of
the Spadefoot Toad
The Sounds of the
Click on the picture above to learn more about Super Croc.
Croc Eating Dinos!
What can fossils teach us?
In this video,
Paul Sereno talks about what we humans can learn from fossils.
Fridays are S.T.E.M. days. In second grade, we will be using science, technology, engineering, and mathematics to learn to solve real-world problems.
Whales and Seals Quick Links
The Spring Peeper
This is our class insect, the Praying Mantis. We found it outside of our classroom. In order to keep it alive and well, we needed to build an artificial habitat.
First, we started by learning more about a praying mantis and what it needs to survive. We read books and did research online to find out all that we could.
Next, we used our research to draw habitat designs with our Tri-Teams.
After designing our habitats, we went outside to gather material to build our habitat.
We worked as a team to use the materials that we gathered to build the artificial habitat.
Lego Robot Engineering.
Partners used our Lego Robot sets and manuals to build different robots, like a lion with a working mouth, an airplane with a
moving propeller, and working crane.
We then used Lego WeDo Software to remotely control our models and robots. We will be constructing student engineered robots later in the school year. The students will then use the WeDo Software to control the robot that they built in order to perform a task.