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5th & 6th grade Science AMI Information 2019-20

5th & 6th grade AMI Science Packet for Additional Days if Needed after AMI Day-10 

 

Students have 2 choices:       Daily Weather Journal      or      BrainPop Lessons online.

 

{You can contact Mr. Rose by email:   rrose@alpenaleopards.org        or       call  870-391-1789}

 

Daily Weather JournalFor each day that we are out of school past AMI Day-10.

 

Each day, record the following information:  Then, at least once per week, take pictures of your weather journal pages and email them to Mr. Rose at rrose@alpenaleopards.org

Date and Time of Observation:

Cloud Cover:  None,  Few (<10%),  Isolated (10-25%),  Scattered, (25-50%),  Broken (50-90%),  Overcast 90-100%

Sky Color: Deep Blue,   Blue,   Light Blue,   Pale Blue,   Milky,   Can Not Observe

Type of Clouds: None   or

High-Level = Cirrus, Cirrostratus, Cirrocumulus, 

                                                Number of each type Contrail:  Short Lived,   Persistent,   Persistent Spreading

                                Mid-Level = Altostratus,   Altocumulus

                                Low-Level = Stratus, Cumulus, Stratocumulus (if Raining = Nimbostratus, or Cumulonimbus)

*(Wispy clouds are Cirrus, a layer of clouds are Stratus, Puffy Clouds are Cumulus, Rain comes from Nimbostratus and cumulonimbus)

Surface Conditions:  Standing water,     Muddy,     Dry ground,      Raining

Air Temperature: Record the actual temperature if possible, or you can write Cold, Cool, Warm, or Hot

Draw a picture to represent the current Weather Conditions for each day.

Make a prediction on what you think the weather will be like tomorrow: Cloud Cover, Temperature, Precipitation

 

 

 

 

“BrainPop Lesson”    If you have access to the Internet, login to Brainpop.com with your student login and ID.  Then, watch each listed Video 2-3 times and take the Graded Quiz.  Your results will automatically be sent to Mr. Rose.

 

BrainPop Videos;  Watch one Video Per day and then take the graded Quiz. (watch each video at least 2-3 times)

(Days 11 - 25)

Weather

Earth’s Atmosphere

Temperature

Clouds

Wind

Thunderstorms

Rainbows

Tornados

Hurricanes

Climate Change

Green House Effect

Natural Disasters

Droughts

Humidity

Floods

(Days 26 - 40)

Ecosystems

Food Chains

Energy Pyramid

Land Biomes

Underwater World

Deserts

Tropical Rainforest

Tundra

Taiga

Savanna

Everglades

Wild Fires

Humans & the Environment

Natural Resources

National Parks

(Days 41 - 55)

Forms of Energy

Potential Energy

Kinetic Energy

Energy Sources

Wind Energy

Solar Energy

Nuclear Energy

Atoms

States of Matter

Matter Changing States

Property Changes

Measuring Matter

Compounds and Mixtures

pH Scale

Metric Units