6th Grade

Science

Whether studying Earth science, chemistry, rockets, plants, cell biology, or human anatomy, teachers always seize opportunities to connect the science curriculum with study units in other subjects, helping students develop broad, nuanced understanding of interrelated issues.

For example, in learning about earthquakes, students learn about earthquake waves and their effect on the soil. Students will then examine construction techniques before the design-build process begins. Several iterations of their earthquake proof structures will be put to the test on the earthquake tables allowing them to see first-hand how their designs hold up against the simulated earthquakes.

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