We are working on tasks and projects together. We are learning to think like scientists. We are problem solvers. We will apply what we learn to make the world a better place. See our current and future learning below.
The Challenges People Face to Access Books Around the World
Essential question: How can we as members of the global community advocate the difficulties of accessing books around the world?
Students will research LAND FORMS and climate in a country and how it affects people accessing books. Students will brainstorm ways to advocate for accessing books in an underdeveloped country. They will research organizations that help donate books around the world. Students will collect books or money and donate it to one of the organizations they researched.
in our research we found that the natural world can be an obstacle to researching books
we decided to organize extra books and share them with the community
Endangered Animals in the Rainforest
As Wildlife Conservationists, how can we inform others about endangered animals and prevent this from happening in the future?
students will learn about the adaptations of different frogs and why these adaptations are important to their survival. To expand their knowledge about adaptations and animal habitats, students will investigate an endangered animal of their choice. During this investigation they will research why their animal is endangered, what can be done to prevent this, how to educate others on this topic, and learn about the adaptations their animals have that help it survive.
Pollution (land, water, and air) and why it is a problem now and for the future.
How can we as researchers, educate others about the effects of pollution on Earth?
How are habitats and animals affected by pollution (water, air, land)? How can we as researchers, educate others about the effects of pollution on habitats and animals?
Students will research pollution, why it’s a problem, different causes of pollution, how to prevent it, and how to educate others about this issue.