Exciting electricity in this project are goal was to make a fully functional custom operation game we did this alone but we could work along side eachother. I used a old shoe box that keoton gave me I then wrapped the box with black paper and made the top blue I then designed the shape that would be on top of my box I chose a hockey stick and puck. I printed it out cut it and coloured it then I glued it to the top of my box. I then cut the holes for the game pieces and put tin foil on the bottom of the box. Then I made the circuit which was the hardest part but not for me I was the first person to successfully build the circuit I im pretty proud of my self.

In this project I used my creative thinking skill to design a appealing box and my collaborating skill when helping my friends with their box. I think I deserve a sunshine because I made a successful box and circuit.

Here you will see some photos and a video of my box working IMG_2461

Roller coaster

The roller coaster blog post begins with the challenge of creating a roller coaster with a limited budget of one million dollars. My team, composed of Cam L, Mackenzie, and Evangeline, worked together to design and build a functional roller coaster with a corkscrew and many turns. Despite the limitations, we managed to come in second place in the competition.

Throughout the project, I utilized my creative thinking skills to come up with innovative ideas for the roller coaster’s design. However, I realize that I could have done better in terms of paying attention to the needs of my group members and assisting them more effectively.

In conclusion, this roller coaster project was a valuable and fun learning experience for me as it allowed me to put my creative thinking skills to the test while working with a team. Despite some areas for improvement, I am proud of the final product and the success we achieved as a team.

Here are some photos and video of this project

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Lego stop motion

The year is 2022 Jon a professional lego race car driver is racing for the championship it looks like its going to be a clear win but wait he slips he flips over oh no he’s going to lose he brings his car into the pits he fixes it in record time he’s back out on the track. Jon passes  everybody and is now in second place he comes up on the Ferrari he moves to the outside lane and passes him Jon wins he his world champion once again. But wait it wasn’t real, a child made it. Magnus kauko and makai roka made it the worlds best film designers. magnet and makai where challenge by warriors studies to make a video. Makai and magnus decided to make their video a stop motion, Lego race and they succeeded meeting the thirty second criteria and jam packed full of many details. Magnus and makai won the minds of warriors studies.

This is are stop motion video


winter exhibition

The PLP winter exhibition was a huge event this year, with over 100 students participating from grades 8 to 12. It was a chaotic, but exciting.

For my part in the exhibition, I focused on creating a documentary about the environment. Specifically, I wanted to show how we as humans often destroy our land and natural resources for short-term gain, like the events in the movie Avatar.

To gather information for my documentary, I interviewed a BC health and safety officer who works on the Sunshine Coast. His job is to come up with a plan for what to do if the region ever runs out of water. He discussed his idea of shipping in water or finding a sustainable lake as potential solutions.










I also made use of new skills I learned during the project to make my videos as high quality as possible. You can find these videos on my YouTube channel, linked at the bottom of this post.

Overall, I believe I deserve a sun for this project, as I completed all of my work on time and to the best of my ability. It was a challenging and I’m happy that the exhibition is over and that it was successful

Doing this project made me relize that my work was sloppy so I decided to see what would happen if I put as much time and effort into this post as I would of playing hockey. The outcome of this is so surprising to me. My goal for next semester is to put this much effort into all my work and I want to see what’s going to happen. 

I made this blog post using many techniques I used grammerly to fix my grammar I asked my parents and freinds for revisions and I put so much time and effort into this post and im super proud of it. I did the same thing with my storm the barricades post and it also turned out well.


Here are some photos from this project

Revolution blog post

The Grade 9 Revolution project was a interesting exploration into the ways in which revolutions bring down empires and change societies around the world. Our task was to create a crane Britain graph, affidavits, and a final video that would present our findings in a convincing voice in a courtroom.

The driving question for this project was: “how do revolutions bring down empires and change societies around the world”.  I think that when so many individuals come together with a common goal, they have the potential to overpower anyone and achieve their desired outcome.

As I worked on this project, I realized that I could have put more effort into my work. I often found myself just doing the bare minimum, rather than fully engaging in the project and bringing my best ideas to the table. Additionally, I could have been a more helpful and supportive member of my group, sharing my thoughts and ideas more often.

Despite this, I believe that I deserve a passing grade for this project. While I may not have always put in my best effort I did complete all of my assignments and paid attention in class.

Thank you for reading my blog post here’s some photos.