Friday, May 30, 2014

My Last Blog Post for School

      So long farewell I hate to say good bye! This will be my last blog post in school. ): 

      I loved this year it was so fun, in science! I loved learning about space and I loved the IDL. I also enjoyed the field trips to Stone Lab and to CLC!! I am going to miss science!

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

The ballon reaction

I think that number one will not expand very much, number two will expand a little, and Number three will expand a lot. 

I noticed that the middle one expanded more than the bigger one. One way that I would do it differently is to put more vinegar in it to make a bigger reaction.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Photo Journal

    I chose photo journal because it liked fun and exciting. Photo journal is where you take pictures and describe the science in it. One struggle we faced was, the contrast of the colors. One success we had was, a pictures with light rays and a spectrum in it. I felt like it went pretty well. I learned that there is more science around you than you think! I would probably put chapters in the book next time!

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Molecules and atoms; bonus points

Atoms are way smaller than a grain of sand. Atoms are made up of tiny blocks called electrons. Electrons have a negative charge. Things made up of one type of atom is called an element, like helium it is only made up of helium. Wood is a better insulator than metal. State changes are physical changes.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Heat Brain Pop

This is about heat and energy......

 When Molecules are with energy the become very active. Then, they move around very fast and start bumping into each other. The temperature measures how fast the molecules are moving. Heat likes to even its self out to make the colder object just as warm. Just like if I were in the lake at winter and I was in the water, my body would try to even its self out but since the war is such a bigger mass than me it just doesn't work so my body temperature goes down.

This is a stove burner heated up, the line that leads to red dots is a close up of molecules rubbing and banging together to make heat.