In science we made an animal heart first we had to cut in the pair and half then we had to make a different chambers. It was kind of gross but after a while I got used to do it my partner was Louis . Then we got tubes for the veins in the blood The red side was the oxygen blood on the other side the blue side what is the non-oxygenated blood. Then we took a picture and Shane said we couldn’t eat it but I didn’t.

This weeks blog

This week  Salam and I  worked together to make a slideshow about the digestive system. Our job was to write a postcard about going into somebody’s body and listing what we saw and how the different organs work. I showed Salam how  to copy and paste images.  We both typed somethings and sometimes we would find a gross photo and laugh about it. I liked this project because we got to use computers. Some of the info was pretty yucky and made me feel a little bit uncomfortable but other than that it is fun and I liked working with  Salam because she is nice and funny. I hope our slide turns out good . So far we have the stomach, the throat, the liver and the teeth done. I can’t wait to continue working on it on Monday. We also got to watch a funny video with Shane . The guy was like Bill Nye the science guy he was really funny.


Some trees in the fall lose their leaves and some trees do not. I was curious to figure out why some trees do not lose their leaves so here’s what I found out! Non Deciduous trees close up the little holes where the leaves  attach so they don’t lose moisture and shrivel up and die. Some examples of non deciduous trees Pines, cedar and Evergreen trees they have smaller leaves or quills that hold a lot of moisture so they don’t fall off the tree but overtime the quills do you lose color. The trees that do shed their leaves are called deciduous meaning  a tree that sheds its leaves and becomes dormant in the winter.  Some examples of deciduous trees are oak, maple, and birch.






Non deciduous tree                                      Deciduous tree

9/19 Bees

1/3 of what we eat is pollinated by bees without bees we will not have that 1/3 of food that we have Bees  control other people in the hive were nectar and pollen if they can’t collect all the Bee will make a certain show 

 in the hive and the hive will Follow the bee there are about 2 billion bees left.We should all try to protect Bees so we can increase the population. Fun fact, did you know that the mail Bees cannot sting.But the females can sting up 1 to 3 times.What I learned about bees that I thought was interesting from this project is that without bees We would not have one third of  are  food . Did you know that B is in the wasps are in the same family but sometimes they invaded each other‘s hives. Bees are cool so that’s why we should keep bees safe like they keep us.

Bumblebee 🐝🐝🐝🐝🐝🧡🧡🧡❤️❤️❤️💐🌺🌺

A bumblebee Is a black and yellow pollinator that takes pollen from flowers to make them pretty in bloom. The males cannot sting but the females can.  The bee will only sting if it feels threatened or if you’re in it’s  space.  Bees are very important to our every day life if we didn’t have bees we wouldn’t have all the yummy fruits and vegetables we have today. Bees help pollinate for our things to grow that’s why we should take care of bees as they take care of us.

Catching bugs

This week in science we got to pick out of three options to learn about Bob’s oh chose to catch bugs to make a display me and Addie This week in science we got to pick out of three options to learn about Bob’s oh chose to catch bugs to make a display me and edde Got nets  and catch all sorts of bugs what is crickets grasshoppers dragonflies and even butterflies. First we went to the Sahara and got two crickets then we went to the beach and I got a dragonfly this week was a lot of fun Hope everyone enjoys their four-day weekend.


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