Bug Lady Ms. Johnstone Rules!

Just for fun, draw a dragon! Send me your drawing!

March 17

https://thevirtualinstructor.com/blog/how-to-draw-a-dragon-with-pen-and-ink

 

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Bill Nye – Germs!

March 17

Bill Nye: Germs – Click here to get notes for your notebook!

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7th Grade-Budding Yeast

January 31

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Atomic Number and Atomic Mass

January 19

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Study Jams – Forms of Energy

January 7

http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/jams/science/matter/energy-and-matter.htm

Here’s another helpful video!

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Buoyancy and Stuff

December 12

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Buoyancy – Notebook

December 12

Stem Cells – 7th Grade

November 29

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7th Grade – Mitosis

November 5

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November 5

Rock Cycle – Study Jams

Click the link above to see a cool video about the rock cycle.

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The earliest stage in the lifecycle of the Bug Lady has been traced to the Midwest in the early 1990s, where elementary students near the Illinois State University campus were presented with live insects from the ISU Entomology Lab by an inspired graduate student.

Wings unfurled, she expanded her range as Associate Director of Education for Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences in Peoria. Bug Lady appeared frequently in school outreach and after school enrichment programs, summer camps, senior homes, and occasionally on the local news. In 2001, she served as President of the Peoria Academy of Sciences, reviving the Entomology section and encouraging girls to pursue careers in science.

She then migrated to the west coast, not unlike the Monarch butterfly, to bask in the California sun and tend to her newly hatched larva (baby Sophie). “In my mind and my heart, I’ve always been the Bug Lady, not so much for the knowledge I’ve acquired regarding insects, but more for the feeling that I’m in a constant state of metamorphosis – ever changing.”

Now, after a long diapause, the imago of Bug Lady has recently been sited in Alameda summer programs along with her assistant, Bug Gurl. She is taking flight in cyberspace to share her love of insects, science and life in general with enthusiasts of all ages.