Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Mung bean conclusion

                      Science Project


My Question is the interval of days to water the plant.
My conclusion for my mung bean presentation is that when you water your plant, it will grow the best with compost soil, Every week, and 60 ml.
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Procedure

  1. You get a cup of compost soil and wet it with 20 ml.
  2. You make 8 holes and put mung been in each hole.
  3. You water it every day, 3 days, 5 days and Every week.(60 ml for watering)
  4. You measure what grew the most.
  5. All done.

I wanted to solve daily problem of growing plants. 

My mistake of doing this was that I think it got some  water from rains. But what I think that I did well is that I placed them exactly in the same spot every time.



Tuesday, 27 September 2016



L Structures of Living Things
At the end of this unit, fill in as much as you know in the chart below, and then copy and paste the first half of this document into a digital learning journal post #1 called  “What did I know about structures of living things and the nature of science?

Question
What did I Know?
What are some of the smaller parts (structures) of plants?

What is their function?

Part
Function
Pistil
It makes pollen in the anther.
Leaves.
It gives energy .
Seed
It grows the flower or the plant.
stem
It makes the plant balance and stand.
Root
It absorbs the water and gives energy to the plant.
What are some of the smaller parts (structures) of animals (such as humans)?

What is their function?

Part
Function
lung
For breathing
heart
For pumping the blood
Liver
It helps them to digest.
Big intestine and small intestine
Helps them to poo
bladder
Helps them to pee
kidney
Where it helps to clean bad things from our body.
Define or describe what the word “structure” means to you.
It is the main part of thing that helps it keep maintain the thing.
What would life be like without structure?
You won’t be able to make and live.

Thursday, 18 August 2016

CELLS

What I learned about cells

  • Cell is a building block of life.
  • Tissue is a group of cells that works in a similar way
  • Cytoplasm is a blob of jelly life fluid surrounded by a cell membrane.
  • Organelles are cells floating around in the cytoplasm. They do all the works that cells need to do.(EX:make proteins, turn food into energy and get rid of waste)
  • Eukaryotic cell is a cell that the genetic material is surrounded by a membrane
  • Nucleus is a organelle made of genes and a membrane. It is a brain of the cells.
  • Prokaryotic cells are cells that floats in the cytoplasm that doesn't have nucleus
  • There are some specialised cells.
  • Bone cells makes bone.
  • Muscle cells helps you to move.
  • Nerve cells caries signals from one part of the body to another.
  • Red ball cells carry oxygens and distribute food.
  • Cells walls is a part of plants which makes the plant cells 

Tuesday, 9 August 2016

What did I know about structures of living things and the nature of science?”


Question
What did I Know?
What are some of the smaller parts (structures) of plants?

What is their function?

Hint: Think back to your Adaptations unit last year.

Part
Function
Pistil
It makes pollen in the anther.
Leaves.
It gives energy .
Seed
It grows the flower or the plant.
stem
It makes the plant balance and stand.
Root
It absorbs the water and gives energy to the plant.
What are some of the smaller parts (structures) of animals (such as humans)?

What is their function?

Hint: Think back to your Adaptations unit last year.

Part
Function
Their five senses.
It helps them see, smell, touch, make sound and hear.
lungs
It helps them to breath
Liver
It helps them to digest.
Big intestine and small intestine
Helps them to poo
bladder
Helps them to pee
kidney
Where it helps to clean bad things from our body.
Define or describe what the word “structure” means to you.
A main part of something which helps to maintain the balance.
What would life be like without structure?
The humans won’t be moving because they don’t have their bones and everything will break .
What is science?
It’s a study of something that helps the human life.
Why is science important?
Because it helps the human life.
How do scientists make discoveries?
They make a new thing or they find a new element or new thing.
How/why do scientific theories/ideas change?
If they break the prejudice from before and find new thing.



Sunday, 31 May 2015

Watching movie

On Sunday I watched a movie called san andreas. It was a little scary because the earth just breaks into a part. It was about a dad that want to save their family from disasters. My dad told me to watch this because we can learn how to be safe if there's disasters.
I had a lot of fun watching it.

Sunday, 24 May 2015

top ten heroes.

I am going to tell you the top ten super heroes.
10. Daredevil
If Spider-Man is the most put-upon hero ever, Daredevil is the unluckiest. He has had two girlfriends killed by anime Bulls-eye, one of which revealed his identity to the underworld, he has had spells in jail, been possessed by an actual demon, then the woman he did marry went mad. Worst of all, his entire  life was made into a mediocre film starring Ben Affleck
9. Iron man
Comics creator Stan Lee is said to have been inspired by Howard Hughes when creating fictional playboy Tony Stark, the entrepreneur and CEO who builds himself a robotic suit of armor that gives him special abilities. Now the star of two movies, Stark has lost and rebuilt his company many times over in the comics, and yet one of his greatest enemies, his alcoholism, doesn't even wear a costume.
8. Flash
The Flash is the fastest man alive -- so fast he can run across water or up buildings -- and even vibrate his molecules to pass through solid objects. His gym is equipped with a Cosmic treadmill too, which running enables him to time travel.
7. Green lantern.
 Ryan Reynolds as Hal Jordan, who is not the only person to have served as Green Lantern, DC Comics’ intergalactic police force, but he is certainly the most popular. With his strong will, he can conjure up any shape or form using his power ring and then beat up the bad guys. 
6.Captain America
The cover of Captain America’s first appearance had him punching Hitler square in the jaw. He was a one-man Nazi-killing machine throughout World War II, only to be frozen in ice at the end of it and awoken in the present day. The death of Captain America hit the news a few years ago, but the character was actually just sent through time rather than killed outright, and has since come back to reclaim the shield.
5.Hulk
The world doesn't always see the Hulk as a good guy, but at the heart of the comic, it’s a story of a misunderstood hero who is just trying to save the day, even if his incredible strength and low intelligence often result in a lot of damage. His alter ego, Bruce Banner, sees his situation as a curse, constantly searching for a cure, but he has experienced a love-hate relationship with his predicament over the years.
4.Wolverine
Wolverine may not be the most powerful superhero on the planet, but he is the toughest and he will pick a fight with anybody to prove it. Thanks to an adamantium-coated skeleton, razor-sharp claws and regenerative healing, he is pretty much indestructible. The dude didn't even flinch when going up against the Hulk in his first-ever appearance. Something of an amnesiac, he recently got his memories back -- but that only made him angrier.
3. spider man
Poor Peter Parker. He may have spider powers, but he also has a whole bunch of everyday problems to deal with, from paying bills and managing his cash flow to looking after his poor aunt May. Spider-Man became so popular in the 1960s because he was so relatable, but, ultimately, whatever is going on in his life, he still manages to put on the Spidey suit and take out the bad guys, cracking a few cheeky one-liners along the way.
2. Batman
With one of the most recognizable rogues galleries in comics, cool gadgets, and a cave hideout, batman also stands out as being the only major superhero to not have any powers, but not many super villains are keen to cross him thanks to his detective and martial-arts skills and his unrelenting war on crime.
1. super man
Superman was the very first mainstream superhero, and he is also the most powerful. No other character comes close in terms of strength, speed or sheer number of powers. The last son of a dying planet, he grew up on Earth to become its protector and is the ultimate nice guy. He made headlines recently in Action Comics No. 900 for renouncing his American citizenship in order to serve the whole planet better.