matter

There are three states of matter.  solid, liquid, and gas.

Matter can also form one thing to another for example ice can turn into water and it can turn back to ice. this is an example of physical change.

Some matter can not turn back to something for example plastic can be burnt but it cannot turn back into plastic. This is a chemical change.

 

seeing differences

Hi and today I am going to show you some differences between my first blog and my last blog. My first blog:

First I had a Seder with my cousins, uncles and aunts on zoom and for the afikomen Benny and I wrecked all of the house. One night I won and the other Benny won so we both got 40 dollars because we each won around.Then the next day we went swimming and went in our hot tub. For our Seder we have something special that we do. It is where you pick a song and then change the words to make it Passover theme and you make a dance to that you usually do it in partners but it doesn’t matter. Finally you present it. That is what we did for Passover.

Now that was really bad because I forgot to make some changes to it after.  I didn’t have capital letters at the beginning of the sentence and no commas. Now I am going to show you my last blog post.

 

Hi and today I am going to teach you about the circulatory system. White blood cells fight off infections and cancer. plasma takes nutrients and hormones to the body.

 

What I did was I mostly practiced white blood cells, red blood cells, plasma, and platelets. I loved it so much. I learned that red blood cells fead oxygen to tissues and organs, platelets clothes blood and so much more.

human body sculpture

I think science is going amazing so far because you can not just learn about want the teacher wants you to learn but you can also learn what you want to learn. 

That was really good because I taught you about the circulatory system, I did have a picture and I chose my opinion about the circulatory system too. I also had transition words.

 

science blog reflection

 

Hi and today I am going to teach you about the circulatory system. White blood cells fight off infections and cancer. plasma takes nutrients and hormones to the body.

 

What I did was I mostly practiced white blood cells, red blood cells, plasma, and platelets. I loved it so much. I learned that red blood cells fead oxygen to tissues and organs, platelets clothes blood and so much more.

human body sculpture

I think science is going amazing so far because you can not just learn about want the teacher wants you to learn but you can also learn what you want to learn.

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Today we made a modal lung. It was so fun making it! The materials that we used were straw, clay, a bottle, and two balloons.

Here are the instructions – click here

Now you can make a model lung!

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response to an article

My opinion on mask-wearing is I hate it because I can’t breathe and it is uncomfortable.

My experience of mask-wearing is when I was at dance class and nobody was wearing a mask so I thought I shouldn’t be a mask. I ended up not wearing a mask for 2 hours with ten people not in my bubble. My family was ok with it but not other families.

I agree with Dr Kiltzman when he stated “Masks can be uncomfortable and hot” because I find masks to be uncomfortable and hot and i think someone should invent a face cover that is not so hot.

I disagree with the person in Dr Kiltzman’s article when he said “He rolled his eyes and waved his hand in the air as if to say, “Whatever. We know we should wear them, but we know we’re all OK.” That is not ok! No one likes to wear them but we do and we get on with it. That person should wear there mask too.

In conclusion, I agree with Dr Klitzman that even though we don’t like wearing them, we should.

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/14/learning/whats-your-relationship-with-masks.html