Brilliant Brains Bulletin- K
Current Studies and Explorations
In October, we will begin exploring "living & non-living" things in our environment. We will discuss the processes and practices employed by scientists in the field of biology. Through hands-on investigations, your student will discover that all animals need food in order to live and grow. And that they obtain their food from plants or from other animals. Students will also learn that plants need water and light to live and grow.
To gain a better understanding of these concepts, students will go on a nature walk and make observations & record their findings through videos or sketches in their science notebook.
Throughout this unit they will gain more knowledge of the many different kinds of living things in their world. Whether on land, in water, inside, or outside; living things are everywhere!
a message from Mrs. Redmon
Mrs. Redmon will be sharing our journey with you through our student portfolios on Seesaw! Throughout the year, I will be posting student work, pics, or videos of your child's explorations.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Oct. 3rd: Walk with the Birds (general admission/all ages/ 7-9 am)
- Nov. 13th: Kids Night Out at the Swamp ($20/ages 7-12/ from 6-10pm)
- Nov. 14th: Cyanotypes: Where Art Meets Science (Contact BR Gallery for more info/ages 7-14/ from 1-3pm)
BREC Highland Observatory:
-Every Friday & Saturday Nights: Evening Sky Viewings (Free/all ages/Fri.: 8:30-10pm/Sat. 7:30-10pm)
-Oct. 24th: The Spooky Spectrum (Free for all ages/ 6-10 pm)
Global Wildlife Center:
- Oct. 10: Fall Festival ($15 for non-members/all ages/5-8 pm)
- Up to Nov. 8: Mrs. Heather's Pumpkin Patch (Hammond, LA/$7 child & free for adults/open all week)
- Up to Nov. 2: Barn Hill Preserve (Ethel, LA/Children 12 & Under $7 - Adults $10/Sat. & Sun. 10am-5pm)
Visit our class website (mrsrhodesbrilliantbrains.weebly.com) often to stay up to date with the latest communication from us! Parents, to protect our privacy, our website pages are password-protected. The password is "gifted215"
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