1. Click on this link: http://www.a-home-for-wild-birds.com/milk-jug-bird-feeder.html, and visit a site that tells you about a project we will do this afternoon.
When you are done looking at that page, click the “Back” button and come back here.
2. Next, close your browser window and open KidsPics to create your Mother’s Day card. Be sure to include your name and some words for your mother, like: Happy Mother’s Day, I Love You!, or You’re The Best!
Remember to ask me to check your work before you print it.
This week’s Spelling Words:
science, compost, reduce, reuse, recycle, water, animal, Earth, pollution, air, land, soil, worms, garbage, weather
1. Wednesday, May 8, 2013: San Jose Museum of Art, 2-Part Art 10:00-1:30
2. Friday, May 10, 2013: Walden West/ Sobrato Center, Life Cycles 9:00-1:30
Permission slips must be signed by parents or adult guardians and completed on both sides. We need 5 chaperones for each trip. Chaperones will ride the light rail to the museum and/or the bus to Walden West with the class.
Science Project: Milk Jug Bird Feeders
On Monday afternoon, we will work in groups to make bird feeders out of recycled milk jugs. As we work on the jugs, I want you to think about these questions:
1. Will putting bird food in the Carson Garden affect the birds’ environment? How?
2. Will having food more available in their environment affect the birds’ life cycles? How?
3. How does making the milk jugs into bird feeders affect the jugs’ life cycle? Did you think plastic milk jugs had life cycles??!!??
It’s International Compost Awareness Week! This Friday, your class will be visiting Walden West and learning about compost. Here are two links to get you interested:
Posters designed by kids: http://compostingcouncil.org/posters/
‘Vermi the Worm” game: http://www.calrecycle.ca.gov/Vermi/Game/menu.html