Monday, August 10, 2020
We poured sand into the soda and it burst because of the pressure it gave to the soda. It took its place in the bottle.
We shoved sand into the soda, it zoomed up because the pressure pushed it up. The sand wanted the whole bottle to itself so it asked the fizzy to get out. It did not want to get out of the bottle so the sand had to push it out.
We sprinkled sand into the soda and it gave it pressure so it exploded and fizzed. It made the soda want to come out.
We sprinkled sand into the soda, it zoomed up because the sand took its place and give pressure for the soda to come out.
We poured sand into the soda, it zoomed up because the sand put pressure in the soda.
We shoved and sprinkled sand and the soda zoomed up into the sky and bubbled because it made the pressure squish the soda to come out.
Friday, July 31, 2020
This week, Room 16 tried a lemon experiment to show another way a volcano erupts. We used lemon as our volcano. Let's see what our little scientist have observed through this awesome activity.
I was doing experiment with lemon. We put baking soda with food colouring to the lemon. After putting everything on top, the lemon erupted. The colour was blue.
Today, we did a fantastic experiment. We used lemon and baking soda in a container. Then we put food colour. Ivy cut the lemon and then it slowly came out of the lemon. It was bubbling. I love it.
We are scientist. We did an exciting experiment after morning tea. First, Ivy cut up the lemon and then we put baking soda but nothing happened. We put blue food colour, then it erupt. After it erupted, Ivy poked the lemon and there were more eruption. We saw blue bubbles and we heard fizzy.
We were scientist. We did an exciting experiment after morning tea. Ivy cut a lemon on each side. We used baking soda and food colour. First we put baking soda then food colour. Some bubbles came out. Our one nearly came out of the dish.
We had an experiment. It was wonderful! Ivy cut the yellow lemon then she put baking soda and food colour. Blue juice came out into the dish. I heard bubble sound.
We had an unbelievable experiment. We used lemon, baking soda and food colour. Ivy cut up the lemons and she put baking soda on top. When Ivy poked the lemons, blue coloured bubbles came out. It is fizzy. We are scientists.
After morning tea, Ivy got lemon and cut it on two sides. We put baking soda and food colour in the middle. Bubbles came out, it was an amazing experiment.
We are scientists. We did an uncommon and extraordinary experiment after morning tea. We put yellow leom on a dish, then we poked a hole in the middle to put a spoonful of white baking powder with red colouring. It fizzled and bubbled.
First, Ivy cut a lemon and put baking soda with colour. Our colour is yellow. The lemon was exploding. I heard a fizzy sound and there were little bubbles.
The lemon bubbled. It fizzled.
We did an experiment. The lemon did nothing. I thought the lemon will blow up. Ivy cut the lemon and poked it, it bubbled. I think we need Coca Cola and Menthos, I tried it and it works.
The lemon is fizzy. We put baking soda and it bubbled. The colour is yellow. It was a good experiment.
I saw bubbled. I heard fizzles. The bubbles were going down.
The lemon I used in the experiment exploded a little. Ivy poked it.
This is a lemon. We used baking soda and food colour. It fizzled. The colour is red.
I did Science experiment. We poke it and it bubbles.
The lemon was going down and the bubble with it went up and down.
Saturday, June 27, 2020
Yesterday, Edie and Georgia rushed to room sixteen. First, we talked about volcanoes and then we got into groups as Edie carefully poured some lemonade into glasses. They then dropped raisins, it fizzed, sank and floated.
Yesterday, we had an experiment with two Kauri teachers, they are Edie and Georgia. We learned news words like observe and predict. In the experiment, we used lemonade and raisins. We were scientists.
The raisins went rising up and down to the bottom. The raisins also floated to the top and sank. We were scientists. We observed and predicted.
Yesterday, two kauri teachers walked to our classroom for out experiment. We observed what happens to the raisins because it might pop. I saw the raisins going up and down. It was epic.
Yesterday, two kauri teachers rushed to room sixteen with stuff in a bag. They taught us to observe and predict. Observe means to look and predict means to think.
Yesterday, two pretty teachers came to out tidy classroom. We did an experiment about volcanoes. We learnt new words- observe and predict. I’m now a scientist too. It’s pretty amazing, right? I feel like I was a real scientist like Edie and Georgia, yay!
Yesterday, two kauri teachers rushed to our class. Their names are Edie and Georgia. We did a really amazing experiment. We put raisins in lemonade. The raisins were going up and down. We learnt new words, it’s observe and predict. I was a scientist and it was an amazing science experiment.
Yesterday, we did an experiment with two kauri teachers. They came to help us do it. Their names are Edie and Georgia. They were epic. They brought glass cups and lemonade with raisins. The raisins went up and down, the bubbles were pushing them. It was awesome and incredible. It reminded me about balloons.
Yesterday, I wasn’t at school but I still know what they did because they told me. First, they talked about volcanoes and they got a cup of lemonade and put raisins in them. They observed the raisins. The raisins danced and now we’re scientists. They shared with me two big words, it was observe and predict.
Yesterday, I did an experiment. You take a glass, we put raisins and it goes up and down. It was super and after that it did not work any ore. I shook it and it worked again. We learned words observe and predict.
Two teachers ran to our classroom. We learned about volcanoes. We did an experiment.
I saw raisins going up and down.
I watched the experiment. I saw bubbles.
The bubbles were lifting up the raisins. It was fun!
I did the science experiment. I like it.
By David H.
I got an experiment and it was joyous.
Tuesday, June 16, 2020
Look at what Room 16's Tamariki have been doing! After reading the story "The Ant and the Grasshopper", we decided to have a puppet show. We each took turns being the characters, story tellers and audience. We learned how to project our voices to say our lines while manipulating the puppets. We also learned how to be a good audience and clap to show appreciation after the show.
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
In the lockdown, I and my family had to stay home. I did my homework and I learned how to sew. I made a pink cat. Every time my dad went to shop, I worry. My shoes had a hole and after lockdown, me and my mum went to buy new shoes. by Spartak