Friday, September 26, 2014

Earths Changing Surface

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,  today in science we were learning about Earthquakes, Tsunamis and Volcanoes

 Earthquakes definitely cause a lot of destroy but first I'm going to tell you how a earthquake starts.
But I'm going to show you how a Tsunamis start. First the sand shakes and then the water makes a big wave and that wave usually cause to destroy a lot of things.
Tsunamis are related to earthquakes in many different ways. First of all they both cause a lot of damage to many homes.
A Volcano is a kinda like a huge mountain and sometimes it erupts lava or sometimes thick ash. The people who live close to a volcano usually can't do anything. For example Pompeii, they live around a Volcano and the thick ash hits near there house and usually the thick air (ash)


Wednesday, September 17, 2014

There Nerves System

Hello Reader,

In Science I am learning about the nerves system. This is important system for your body. The Nerve System enters the human body and it goes threw the spinal cord, and then it goes to the brain and then it resives  messages. If we didn't have the Nervous System we pretty much can see if its hot or not. Messages are always being transferred throughout your body, by the fast moving electricity.

     Why is the nervous system important? It's important because the nervous system helps feel if something is hot or not, so basically theirs a message going threw your body. It first goes threw you brain and then it goes threw your spinalcord, and the threw the nervous system. We all have billions of nerons. How do the different components of the nervous system help the nervous system. They are the brain, spinalcord, and the neurons system. The brain is connected to the spinal cord. The nervous connect to your brain. How do the brain receive information from outside the body when nervous system help you. The nervous system works muscle by     

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Web Quest 1

Dear, Reader,
I was recently asked to do something to do in science and that was find the soil sample. But first I'm going to show you some information. Matter is something that takes up a lot of space. Matter can also be a solid, a liquid and a gas. These are called 'States of Matter." Matter also has different properties, those properties are called Volume, Mass, Shape and Color. Mass is the amount of matter in a object. I learned this at discovery education teckbook. Mass is not the same thing as weight. Mass is measured using a balance or a scale.
      I am en environmental scientist. I collect a soil sample from a construction sight and analyzed it using the following process.

1. I collected the soil sample.
2. I found the mass of the entire soil sample using a scale.
3.I seperated  the contaminates from the soil. I did this by sorting with my hands because everything was solid and had a different color and shape. Therefore sorting by hand is easy
4. I found the mass of just the soil (without the contaminate). I entered the data on Soil Sleuths Data Tracking Sheet
5. I then found the mass of each type of contaminant (In this case each color skittle represented


My Soil Sample is a Mixture because you can see the two different ingredients. Also you can separate the two ingredients.