Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Solar oven

In my science class we had to make a solar oven
We had to cook a marshmallow without fire or electricity

What my group did was attach a mirror to a box cover the inside of the box with tin foil and in the box is a metal bowl and in the bowl was our marshmallow.
Now I wanted to add a magnifying glass but we didn't.
Surprise surprise it didn't work
But I did learn from this project
1 we applied the condor and insulator lesson witch worked
2 I learned the sun is your best friend
3 the best way was a magnifying glass with mirrors at the side to reflect the sun back to the marshmallows

Thursday, 26 May 2016

CSI unit

You guys,
I am so happy
right now in the CSI unit in science
It is so much fun. So far we have
- investigated a crime scene
   (I got to take really ccbool pics)
It's really funny because the teacher
completely destroyed her desk
 - and I got to identify fingerprints
   And with the finger prints we had to see if
    they were arches loops or Whorls.
Also we got look at hair under a microscope
And the suspects wrote notes so we tried to identify
the ink

Monday, 18 April 2016


My poetry

One voice

One voice
It can change the world
Change a life
It can determine someone's day
Bring them up or tear them apart
Like a bricklayer or a bulldozer
One voice
It's you
You decide witch one you want to be
Chose wisely.


        Warm hug
  Always forgiving heart
    Everyone has felt it
   That unforgiving grip
          Cold knife

What I learned

In lessons 2-7 I have learned there are 3 ways of transferring heat

- convection
- conduction
- radiation
I've also Learned the different materials to conduct and insulate heat
Some insulators are
I can't believe hair helps insulate that is funny

Some conductors are
Paper clips

Tuesday, 8 December 2015

                                        tree swallows

Tree swallows are a blue, green, black, and white bird with shining wings. They fly 30-40 km/h. Males develop a brood patch so they can incubate eggs. They have week legs but they have STRONG wings.

In the summer these birds live in Canada and America, but in the winter it becomes to cold in Canada so they migrate to the warm areas of America [California, Florida, ect.] It is easier for the swallows that live in America to migrate. Although the ones that live in Canada have a longer journey it's a good way to stretch there wings and get some food along the way [ they eat small insects that they catch wile in flight.

Tree swallows live in boxes and tree cavities, so I made a bird house to simplify the finding process easier.

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

saw the blogs in my learning hub sooooooooooooooo exited <3