Friday, September 26, 2014

Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tsunamis

Hello Readers,

In science I am studying about earthquakes, Volcanoes, and also tsunamis.

An earthquake is a shaking movement on the ground that is caused by a movement of a rock underground.

A volcano is a opening in earth's surface through all of the magma and the gasses and then starts to erupt.

A volcano erupts when the lava gets sucked up and comes out as gases first, then comes the lava and comes up.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

The Nervous System

Hello Readers!

In Science I am learning about the nervous system. This is an important system for your body.

     The Nervous system is important Because You can hear smell sense and sight and the most important part is the brain and the spinal chord. The brain is important because it tells you what to do and always remembers the stuff that you want to think of that is why the brain is important. It is important to hear because if you cant hear you can not understand what the person is saying. The eyes are important because you can see when you are awake and your eyes the brain is right next to it that is why the eyes are cool and important and also other people have different eye color.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Experiment 1

My soil sample is a mixture because there is alot of chex mix and skittles. Before I continue to tell you about my experiment, I want to share with you some information that might be helpful. Matter comes in three different states. Those states are liquid, solid, and gas. Matter also has different properties. Those properties are volume, mass, shape, and color. The two properties that all of the states of matter have in common are mass and volume. Mass is the amount of matter in an object. I learned this by using discovery education science tech-book. Mass is not the same thing as weight. Weight measures the force of gravity on an object. It is measured in newtons. Mass is measured using a balance or a scale. The unit of measurement for mass is the gram. The mass does not change with change of location. However, the weight of an object does change, this is because the force of gravity changes, For example, the gravity on the moon is different than the gravity on Earth. A baseball will weight different on the moon than it does on the moon than