Mrs. Wilson\’s Inspired Classroom


Murphey’s Law

Posted in Announcements by mrswilson on August 13, 2008

Murphey has been following me this past week.  Almost everything that could go wrong has.  And we all have had experiences like that from time to time.  But they seem to happen quite often when we are working with technology. 

Google Murphey’s Law and select a Law that you think pertains to technology or computers, and submit it as a comment to this post.  Happy Hunting!

Look What We Did!

Posted in Announcements by mrswilson on June 3, 2008

 Here are some of the things we did with technology this year.

Soil Kit:  Plants That We Eat

Water Cycle Kit:  condensation    precipitation   evaporation    collection

Water Cycle – This Science Vocabulary Poster won First Place in our District’s Media Fair in the K-2 Division of Desktop Publishing.  It then went on to state competition and took Second Place. 

 

 

I’ll always remember…….

Posted in Announcements by mrswilson on June 2, 2008

Your second grade year is almost over and you’ve  learned so much!  What are some of the things you will always remember about 2nd grade?

Plants that we eat

Posted in Announcements by mrswilson on May 14, 2008

Tell me what pictures you found to put in your power point slide.

How do worms help soil?

Posted in Announcements by mrswilson on May 7, 2008

Today we looked at our compost samples.  How did the compost sample with worms look different than the one without worms?  What can you conclude about how worms help soil?

What is your Mystery Mixture?

Posted in Science by mrswilson on April 23, 2008

After conducting experiments on your mystery mixture, what types of soil do you think are in your mystery mixture? 

My Prediction is…

Posted in Science by mrswilson on March 29, 2008

Predict what you will find in soil.

Soil

Posted in Science by mrswilson on March 29, 2008

What is soil? Where can you find soil?

Bees and Flowers

Posted in Science by mrswilson on February 22, 2008

Explain how bees give life to a flower.

Observing a Chryaslis

Posted in Science by mrswilson on February 14, 2008

We observed a chrysalis today with a hand lens.  What kinds of things did you observe?  What parts of the butterfly did you see?

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