Friday, September 23, 2005

Nada

Well, there's not much to say this morning. It's been a busy week and I'm really tired. A lot of grading, teaching, reading, etc.. Hopefully it'll be a quiet weekend and I'll be able to get some work done.

Request:

-if anyone happens to have good "science fair" project suggestions for a 6th grader, please post them in the comments box. Brian English is looking for one and asked if I could help; as the 6th grade is a long way from my mind and as I'm more into science at a smaller scale (cells and tissues rather than whole organisms) I'm pretty useless. So any ideas?

I'm heading now to mass. I just wanted to post in order to give the lunching members of SMMSJ something to talk about!

3 comments:

Loretta Marquard said...

You're so good to us! I hope you have a nice quiet weekend to re-energize. Take care.

Meghan said...

um, just tell him not to engage in the fiasco i called my 7th grade science fair.

let's just say it involved four rodents, a cardboard box, and me remembering the day before the fair that i needed to train them to run my 'maze'

i got no points and everyone was less intelligent for experiencing it.

in seriousness, though, there ought to be some website on ideas for that. if it was me, i'd say do the old 'play music for one plant and not the other and write about it' scheme.

no rodents. just say no.

Ariel Kamin said...

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