CONCEPTS YOU SHOULD ALREADY KNOW
In six years of science education, you now know a lot about the world around you! Well, get ready, because you are going to learn even more in the sixth grade. The following concepts are those that you should already be familiar with from learning them in elementary school. It would be a good idea to review them over the summer.
*Scientific Inquiry Method
- Raising Questions
- Planning and Conducting Investigations
- Drawing Conclusions
- Communicating, Reporting, and Reflecting
*Reading and understanding graphs (bar, line, and circle) and charts
*Know how to plot the X and Y axis and coordinates
*Measure in metric
Sixth Grade Science Team: Melissa Putney, Keila Jaen, and Becky Fergus.