Zoomba got us pumped up for learning in first period today! After Zomba we had our goal setting evaluation and a basketball evaluation. In math, we learned how to add integers. One way to help remember whether the answer will be larger or smaller is to think of positive and negative integers as happiness or sadness. Use the guide to the left to help you! After singing and playing ukulele in music we finished the day off continuing our inquiry into electricity and magnetism by investigating series circuits. |

**Reminders and Homework:**- Math Focus p. 245-247
- Inquiry Journal Reflection for parallel, series circuit challenges
- Zoomba and Tennis Fee and Form: Ray, Eric N, Veer, Cynthia, Sophia, Kevin, Coco

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**POST A RESPONSE**:**Today, you investigated different ways of making light bulbs work using different types of circuits.****Click here and complete this online electrical challenge! Follow the instructions at the bottom of the link.****After completing the challenge, answer this question: How does the brightness of the two lamps compare with the lamp on its own? What is your hypothesis for this?****In addition to completing everything above, write about what you learned in Science today (at school and at home).**

**VIDEO LINKS**:

Series vs Parallel Circuits