Sheri Smith

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Recent Reviews by Sheri


Thu Oct 15, 2015 4:45 PM
5 Solar Systems
This Science Object looked at the traits of planets in our Solar System. They discussed planets common features and discussed terrestrial and Jovian (gaseous) planets. They highlighted information regarding size, composition, shared characteristics including, their moons, and their evolutionary processes while highlighting and illustrating Earth’s uniqueness in the Solar System. I enjoyed the interactive activities, check understanding and graphics.


Thu Oct 15, 2015 4:23 PM
5 Global Climate Precipitation and Energy
This lesson explored climate and weather. I enjoyed the graphics and the interactive activities. In the Global Climate Precipitation and Energy Science Object they defined and described climate how solar energy is transferred, at or near Earth's surface, oceans and atmosphere. They also discussed that climate and daily weather are based on solar energy radiating to and then being distributed around Earth This lesson provide great information on weather, temperature, water cycle, Precipitation, Humidity, Meteorology, and Climate and Patterns. The Climate Zones interactive activity were a favorite. I really appreciated the Check your Thinking and Hands on Activities.


Thu Oct 01, 2015 6:02 PM
5 Weather
This lesson explored weather. I enjoyed the graphics and the interactive activities. In the Global Climate Patterns Science Object they defined and described climate and how solar energy is transferred, Earth's surface, oceans and atmosphere. This lesson provide great information on weather, temperature, water cycle, Precipitation, Humidity, Meteorology, and Climate and Patterns. The Climate Zones interactive activity were a favorite. I really appreciated the Check you Thinking and Hands on Activity.