Yeah, racks don’t stab my back ——- don’t stab my back, yeah Everybody stabbed my back, uh, yeah Racks don’t stab my back, uh ——- don’t stab my back, yeah Everybody stabbed my back, uh (yeah) Big money, big cars (ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh, yeah) (Ooh-ooh-ooh, oh, ooh) We rock chains, we stars (ooh-ooh-ooh, yeah) All these bands, I bought… Continue Reading Twizzy Slatt models 💚🐍
What it do. It appears we have finished another project and that means another blog post. This project was called Metaphor Machines and we basically had to make a Rube Goldberg machine while using the scientific method as a metaphor and including a lightbulb. This was a group project and I was with Coop Dawg,… Continue Reading I 💚 Yeat
Welcome back to what is another blog post. This time for scimatics. We just finished a project about chemistry and covalent and ionic bonds. We then had to make an animation video about how covalent and ionic bonds work. This project felt a lot longer going about 3 months. I actually had a lot of… Continue Reading Chemistry Story’s
Hello again. It’s been a while since Ive written a blog post. Over the past month we’ve been working on a project called exponent laws. In this project we learnt all about exponent laws by doing a ton of textbook worksheets and making a game involving the exponent laws. For this project we got to… Continue Reading Escape Sepaus
Another blogpost means another project completed. This past project was called “The Ultimate Design Challenge.” In this project we had to create a 3D model in a online modelling website called tinkercad, and the model had to be optimized for either maximum surface area or maximum volume. Since the last project I did I was… Continue Reading Toe Jammer and his Jeep.
Ok, so this project was all about coding, matter and atoms. We had to code a game or simulator on scratch (which is a free coding site) and it had to include at least 3 different models of atoms from historical figures who helped form the atomic theory. This game or simulator also had to… Continue Reading Chemistry Coding Blog Post.
I dont know how to make this image bigger This project was called Laser Laws and revolved around the driving question which was “How can we test the Pythagorean theorem and the law of reflection?” We collected information on this topic by doing a series of tests A.K.A milestones leading up to the final… Continue Reading Laser Laws Blog Post
For this project we had to make a board game including the key science concepts like tectonic plates, continental drift, inner core, outer core, etc. The driving question was “how are thematic and mathmatical elements used in game design.” the first milestone was one of the most important ones. We had to get together with… Continue Reading Tectonic Chances Blog Post
For this project we had to total our overall screen time and put them in one big chart marking how much screen time we used then later totalled up all of the numbers. I had the standard categories, iPad time broken up into 2 parts by entertainment and productivity. Productivity being school work and entertainment… Continue Reading Fractions of your Time Final Project Post