Making a Thermometer & Greenhouse

Posted by Page Phelps | | Posted On Wednesday, February 8, 2012 at 11:07 AM

My mornings.........consist of spelling/vocabulary, copy work, math, language arts, history, test prep skills, Bible and studying other cultures, geography, fables, read-a-louds, independent reading times, time-lines, journal entries, breaks here and there, snack, LEGO digital designer, and science which sometimes includes experiments. 

Today's experiment.......making a thermometer and seeing if our ice cube in our "greenhouse" melts faster or slower than the ice cubes outside the "greenhouse." 

These are how my mornings go.......usually up only because children are awake somewhere around 7ish......then 2 young men start on the list above.   It is their work, not mine.  I just get to help teach in some way shape or form.

Most days work is done prior to 11 a.m., on a good day 10:15 a.m.  But some days are longer mostly due to a science experiment or two.  It sure is a good thing I like science!



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