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     Welcome to the Physical Science Page! What is happening in class and other important information can be found on this page.

    Brief Physical Science Curriculum:
    September- Matter, States of Matter
    October-Atoms and the Periodic Table
    November-Chemical Bonds and Chemical Reactions
    December-Acids, Bases, and Solutions
    January-Exploring Materials, Motion
    February-Forces, Forces in Fluids
    March-Work and Machines, Energy and Power
    April- Thermal Energy and Heat, Waves
    May/June-Sound, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Light

    My Mission Statement
    My mission is to make learning enjoyable, to make learning relevant, and to motivate students in gaining knowledge and critical thinking skills from my class, which will help them in becoming life-long learners. This will allow my students to reach their fullest potential and be highly successful, no matter what they choose to do in life.

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     Interesting Science Facts

    -Around a million, billion neutrinos from the Sun will pass through your body while you read this sentence.

    -The only two non-silvery metals are gold and copper.

    - The diameter of a proton is approximately 0.000000000001 mm (1/25,000,000,000,000 inch).

     

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    Last revised 1/25/2013

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