Ms. Kolberg - Room 72

Welcome to Science for 7th & 8th Graders!

Hi Everyone,

I am excited to begin my ninth year of teaching at St. Vincent de Paul. I majored in Biology and Secondary Education. I have my Masters in Technology from Lesley University. I previously have taught seventh and eighth graders at St. Pius/St. Leo School and Holy Ghost School. I enjoy science, playing sports, woodworking and reading.

 
Seventh grade science is a year of life science.  We will begin the year with studying some of the the smallest forms of life - Protists, Monerans and Fungi.  From there we will progress into cell structure and function and advance into the human body and genetics.  At the end of the year we will compare human and amphibian anatomy and physiology and dissect the frog.  Click here for helpful sites.

Eighth graders focus on physical science.  We will start out the year with the study of waves - both sound and light.  Chemistry is next, focusing on basic atomic structure and chemical bonding.   A unit on force and motion will finish the year. Our final activity is a rocket lab where students build, launch and record information about their flights.  Click here to go to some helpful sites for eighth grade science.

For fun I have included a few sites that involve thinking games.  They are fun to try any time of the year! Click here for these.  Good luck! 
 
Google Docs
Junior High Handbook 
Rm 72 Teacher & Student Schedule
 
 
Science club members - Click here for important information about your projects.
 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me by clicking here.
 
 


 
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