822, 825, and 828,

Here is the homework due tomorrow.

10. Variations of Contour Lines

- Mr. Paccione

822, 825, and 828,

Here is the homework due tomorrow.

10. Variations of Contour Lines

- Mr. Paccione

626,

**Copy the following 8 conversion questions into your notebook and answer them.** This will not be collected tomorrow, but I will be checking to make sure you completed it.

If you are still unsure about how to convert units, we will do more of this tomorrow to clear up anything you are still unsure about.

Things to remember: The order of prefixes is– KILO, HECTO, DEKA, Base Unit, DECI, CENTI, MILLI. When you can’t see a decimal place in a number, it is always located at the end of the number. Count the number of jumps, and move in the direction that you jumped in.

1. 20.2 mL = ___________ L

3. 102.7 kg = ___________ g

4. 9.19 L = ___________ kL

5. 5000 m = __________ km

6. 45.22 km = __________ m

7. 10.01 cm = ___________ mm

8. 1150 km = ___________ mm

Study hard!

- Mr. Paccione

All,

I want to remind everyone that every week (unless otherwise stated), there will be quiz on Friday **which features all of the material (usually 5 lessons) from what we learned from the week prior. **

6th Grader Topics:

- Tools of a scientist (Friday)
- Theory vs. Law (Wednesday)
- Laboratory safety (Friday)

Earth Science Topics:

- Shape of the Earth (Monday)
- Latitude (Tuesday)
- Longitude (Wednesday)
- Geographic Coordinate System (Thursday)
- Degrees and Minutes (Friday)

Make sure to study hard! It is the only way to do well on my quizzes.

- Mr. Paccione

822, 825 and 828

Below is a link to your science homework for tonight. I will be implementing a way through jupitergrades’ drop box service to submit any handouts I give you.

Study hard!

- Mr. Paccione

626,

**Copy the following 8 conversion questions into your notebook and answer them.** This will not be collected tomorrow, but I will be checking to make sure you completed it.

If you are still unsure about how to convert units, we will do more of this tomorrow to clear up anything you are still unsure about.

Things to remember: The order of prefixes is– KILO, HECTO, DEKA, Base Unit, DECI, CENTI, MILLI. When you can’t see a decimal place in a number, it is always located at the end of the number. Count the number of jumps, and move in the direction that you jumped in.

1. 15 mL = ___________ L

3. 700 kg = ___________ g

4. 7.89 L = ___________ kL

5. 8000 m = __________ km

6. 33.3 km = __________ m

7. 10.01 cm = ___________ mm

8. 1000 km = ___________ mm

Study hard!

- Mr. Paccione

6th Grade Science Students,

The homework will have to be cancelled for tonight. More later on in the week!

- Mr. Paccione

626,

There will be a quiz on this Friday. 9/19 on the following topics:

- Tools of a scientist
- Theory vs. Law
- Laboratory safety

Make sure to study hard!

- Mr. Paccione

Earth Science students,

There will be a quiz on this Friday, 9/19 on the following topics:

- Shape of the Earth
- Latitude and Longitude
- Geographic Coordinate System
- Degrees and Minutes

Be sure to study hard.

- Mr. Paccione

Earth Science students,

Attached here is a link to your homework assignments. Please print it out, and hand it in tomorrow.

Please cut the homework in half; it’s the same homework twice. Only do it once.

- Mr. Paccione