Friday, May 1, 2020


Packet 4: 

Week of May 1st - 8th

Happy Friday! Can you believe it's May?! Great work this week; thank you all! You are getting so close! Hang in just a bit longer! I'm always available if you need me! 

Anatomy: NO ASSIGNMENT! CONGRATULATIONS!

Health: No Assignment! You are all done!!!

Biology: p 345 Observe; try to spot 12 birds from 17.1 (see pages 338-339) or download a bird identification app to help you. Just email me a list of the birds you saw and a brief description of how you know what they were.

Algebra: 8.5 even blue boxes (#’s 2, 6, 10, 16, 20) Only 5 problems! 

Earth and Space: Backyard Scientist, p 341; try to make a “reflecting telescope” to see the moon using only two mirrors and a magnifying glass. Just email me a pic of your work and tell me what you saw. If you don’t have those supplies on hand, you may do Section 11.1 Review (questions 1-6 on page 345) instead. The moon is full on May 7th!

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Packet 3 April 21 - May 1st

Hey guys! You are in my prayers. I love and miss you! Please let me know if you have any questions! You will need to click the link to obtain your assignments. 

Packet 3 Link

·       Algebra: 8.4; read the section and watch the video then complete all odd blue boxes (#’s 1-51; 14 problems total) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQE-scWKDlw 
-Don’t forget about the table on p. 275 to help with important squares and cubes!

·       Biology: Chapter 16; read the chapter then complete the “Observe” on page 325

·       Health: Skim chapter 6 then choose a medical career that you think may be interested in for yourself. In a brief, one-page essay, tell me what interests you and why you may consider it as a career for yourself. Use terms from the chapter as you research the specific job. There are six “Medical Careers” found within this chapter, but if you prefer you may choose one of 12 throughout the book. (Look at the 2nd page of the book, under “Contents” to find the page where all 12 careers are listed.)

·       Anatomy: Read chapter 12, the Lymphatic System. Then complete both “In the Lab” #9 on page 428 and #11 on page 443. When making your models, use any material available; play-dough, clay, slime, even food! There are great images online (and in the chapter) of the four structures you will create, as well as videos on YouTube for ideas.

·       Earth and Space: Read 10.1 – 10.3 (pages 281 – 304.) Complete 10A, front and back (if you can’t print, feel free to sketch the lunar phases and eclipses. Find a current news article pertaining to something you read in chapter 10 and write a brief, one-page essay on the article. Please include a picture or link of the article when you submit your work.

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

The work assigned in the packet will be due April 21st. Please let me know if you have any questions! You may print the handouts or just write your results from your experiments (or math problems) on plain paper to submit; you do not need a printer to complete any of my assignments. Also, I used all of the remaining "Christmas bonus points" in case some of you were wondering why your grade changed a few points. I have attached a link to all of the posted assignments that are not found in your book: LINK 

Anatomy:
·         Read over chapter 11 (familiarize yourself with the content; you don't have to read every word) and use companion website,
·        Complete Chapter 11 Lab Investigation (email info and completed questions from handout to me)
·        Draw and label the complete cardiovascular system using images from the book (details listed on #44 on page 409.) (email completed drawing to me)

Biology:
·         Read over chapter 11 (Familiarize yourself with the content; you don't have to read every word.)
·        Page 303, “Apply” #1 (Draw a diagram of a food chain.)
·        Page 284, “Application” #6 (List the biotic and abiotic factors in your home.)
·        Read the tan boxes on pages 282, 289, 299, then go explore God’s living creation! You will then write a report on your findings; nothing too big, simply a page describing what you observed. Please include pictures and/or drawings! (Email your findings to me.)

Health:
·        Hand washing experiment (You will have to modify a bit since we are not actually in class; just do the best you can with a family member.) (Email results to me from the handout.)

Earth and Space:
·        Skim chapter 9 and read the section (9.1, 9.2, or 9.3) that is associated with your project
·        Design ONE experiment of your choice!
-        Tornado in a bottle (see instructions posted below)
-        Barometer (p. 264)
-        Psychrometer (p. 265)
-        Rain gauge (p. 270)
Please do not go out and purchase anything for this project! Just use what you have around the house and make modifications as necessary. Feel free to search the internet for similar examples that the book details in order to use the materials you have on hand! (Email me a photo and description of your experiment!)

Algebra:
·        8.3, numbers 1-31, blue boxes (this ends up being 3 problems a day.) (Email a photo of your work, including the problem, work, and answer to me.)
·        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhyOu6HyWAE is a helpful you tube video; there are several more videos that I found helpful!

Monday, April 6, 2020


I just want to let all of you know I love and miss you! I hope you are enjoying your "spring break!" 

We will be assigning a packet of work for the week of April 14th - 21st. Please let me know if you prefer to have an electronic assignment or prefer to pick up a paper packet at the school. 

I'm almost finished with grading the first packet. Thank you so much for all your hard work! I will accept box tops if you send me a picture of you with them telling me how many you have (max 100 per class.)

 Love and Prayers, Mrs. Stull

Sunday, March 29, 2020

All work from the past two weeks (and any previous incomplete work) is due tomorrow, March 30th. If you have any questions about any of it, please reach out to me. Thanks again for all your hard work! 

Please read my original blog from the last day we had school to make sure you have turned in everything included in the packet. Some classes had assignments without a printed page in the folder. (Earth and Space had two end-of-section reviews and Anatomy had a chapter 9 study guide make.) I have tried to respond to every student that has missing work.

 Check out these scientists analyzing relative percent oxygen!