Dear Mr. Clark: This information is very good. Great work, I love this website. The pictures are defining and interesting. Excellent explanations of science concepts.
Carl Clark, you are amazing and I love your website! I have taken a job at Conway Middle School next year as it is only 5 minutes from my house. I will be teaching two classes of 6th grade (I've got that), but then I will be adding two classes of 8th Grade (you've got that). If there is anything you can share with me other than this AMAZING WEEBLY site to make my transition a little easier, will you help me out?
Mary E. Massey
I love your site, would you mind if I copied your ideas on explanations for each page onto my own? Not making any money off it, just like the examples for the students. Thanks!
I would like to use your website on balance and unbalanced forces as a reference page on my classroom website for my students. May I have your permission to do so? My website is www.mathsciencewarrior.weebly.com
Thank you for the consideration,
Woodrow Wilson JHS
Hello Mr. Clark, my name is Bailee, and I am trying to use your weebly for information on Black Holes for my 8th grade honors science project. I don't want to ask to much of you, but it would be nice for you to add a little bit of information on black holes, or if you know of any helpful websites, could you recommend some.
Thanks a Million
Your website helps so much with schoolwork, classwork and homework. Thanks for making it. IT MAKES SCHOOL SO MUCH EASIER!!! :)
I am beginning my first year of teaching 8th grade science. This website has been tremendous in helping me to guide my planning. With your permission, I would like to direct my students to this website as a reference for our class.
Can you give a more examples of action-reaction forces?
Hi Ms. Reynolds.
I am unable to locate the information Alex needs to review.(It is difficult for me to read your web page>)
Great Website! One problem though. You have a picture of the moon and it's phases labeled incorrectly. The picture comes right before the description of Waxing or Waning. It is flipped.
Mr. Clark8th Grade Science TeacherSt. James Middle School