Small but mighty poster project

Hello again! I’m Hazel, and welcome to my blog post. Today I’ll be talking about what I did in science class. You may be asking, what did you do? Well I’m telling you now so hold your horses!

We did lots so far in science, but the most best and memorable part for me was my Poster. These posters were made to educate younger kids about germs, and the importance of washing their hands, vaccinating, and not being gross in general. Now, a lot of people’s posters had lighter colours, and a more friendly tone. Well, my poster is different. I went for a scare tactic instead, using darker colours and a less friendly tone. This wasn’t intended to really “scare” kids, it was to convince them to wash their hands and cover their mouth. I feel like I did it really well, too.

My favourite thing about my poster is how much detail I put into it. I don’t usually try 100% on my drawing projects for school, but I did this time. I wanted it to look better than everyone else’s so that it could really stand out. Though, one thing I would change is the slogan on the poster. I don’t know if you’d really call it a slogan, it’s just the text on the poster. Anyway, I feel like it doesn’t fit the poster that well. But, I didn’t have time to think about the text on the poster because we were already running out of time. But, that’s my only problem with the poster. Other than that, I love it.

Well, that’s it! Thank you for reading my blog post and I’ll be back in 2 weeks.

Travelogue blogpost

Hello and welcome back to my blog! Today I’ll be talking about my travelogue, a new assignment be been working on for a while now. Let’s start!
First thing we did in class was learn about the Vikings, natural explorers and raiders. This was to prepare for our final product of writing a historically accurate story by doing research.

The travelogue is a little book that consists of 5 or more images, with a story with less than 300 words. I did it on Christopher Columbus, but the person writing the book was just a crew member on one of the 3 ships he directed.
I really enjoyed the drawing and writing parts of this assignment. I like creative assignments so this was perfect for me. I wasn’t really a fan of the group work in this assignment, though. I prefer to work alone instead of with others.