Welcome

WELCOME to the website for
Ms. Cooper's Science Class
at Fred T. Korematsu Elementary School

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 ALL work must be submitted for final grading by May 26



Hey 6th graders: Anyone out there like BUGS??

Explorit Science Center is recruiting 6th-8th grade students for the Science Action Club!

The Explorit Science Center is recruiting students (6th-8th grade) for an exciting opportunity in May 2016—The Science Action Club (SAC)! Designed by the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, the SAC promotes student engagement in hands-on, citizen science activities in collaborations with iNaturalist. In May, students will delve into the world of insects and other arthropods, contributing data to iNaturalist and discovering the many ways we can learn from insect adaptations and behavior. Investigations of the natural world and mastery of the scientific process including hypothesizing and data collection will expose students to the daily process of doing science and give them a taste of a scientific career!

“Bug” Workshop Dates/times*: May 15th, 22nd, and 28th from 9 am − 1 pm.

Workshop Location: Explorit Science Center, 3141 5th Street, Davis, CA 95618.

*Students must be able to attend all workshops on “Bugs” in order to participate in the SAC. Workshops are sponsored by the California Academy of Sciences and Genentech.

For more information or to sign up for the SAC, please contact Alfreda Wei (Explorit Science Center’s SAC Coordinator) by email at alfredaw@explorit.org or by phone at (530) 756-0191



Also, check out my new Facebook page: Ms. Cooper's Science Classes at Korematsu Elementary School

Fourth grade challenges:

Bridge Across the Room
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Which Shape is the Strongest? shapes-2.jpg

Can you make a water fountain?

 

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C'mon! You KNOW you LOVE to sing along!


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Check out our cool Korematsu Garden Website: http://www.mykorematsu.com/http://www.mykorematsu.com/

Don't forget to come back soon. New stuff is added all the time!
And never forget: SCIENCE ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!