Friday, 26 June 2015

Science in room 7

In room seven we went to go and sit in our house groups we were making bread dough and Mrs Parker called up six girls which was me, Manuae,Dallas, Alisi, Kyana, Touola. We went to go and wash our hands and when we came back we all had a turn to fold the dough and squash it and keep on repeating the same pattern.

When we were all finished having a turn she called the rest of the class to go wash there hands so they can have a turn after that we all had a turn we all sat back down in our house line Mrs Parker told us to go and sit in a table and write what we did then after 2 minutes she called us to come and sit back down in our house line.

then she filled a bottle of water and yeast, sugar,salt,flour and pop a balloon on the top of it and put it next to the window when we left it there for a while the balloon got bigger and bigger then after that we had to sit in our house line again after that she did the same thin to a big bowl but she pour in the whole warm water in to the big bowl when she was finished mixing it she let us smell, it was kinda smelly then she put it next to the window.

After a while the bowl was on the sun and Mrs Parker went to go and get it she luted us smell it and it smelt like bear and she put it in a jar and started shaking it  Then it turned in to butter and she used it for the bread after that she put some powder in a balloon and some vinegar in to the bottle and then she tipped the powder in to the bottle and it made some gas in to the balloon and the balloon went bigger then the first one.
After that we ate the bread when it was cooked.

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Science Intensive Week - Week 10

our home work

Science Intensive Week - Week 10

science intensive week - week ten

Science Intensive Week - Week 10 ROOM 9

Activity 1 - Inquiry - Wednesday 24/10/10
1.What is science? In the intervening period between the time mentioned and the time under consideration,typically the present.

2. What is matter? Physical substance in general, as distinct from mind and spirit, be important or significant.  

3. What are the three states of matter? The three states of matter are the three distinct physical forms that matter can take in most environments : solid, liquid, and gas. In extreme environments, other states may be present, such as plasma, bose-Einstein condensates, and neutron stars

  1. 4. What is a chemical change? chemical change is any change that results in the formation of new chemical substances. At the molecular level, chemical change involves making or breaking of bonds between atoms. These changes are chemical: iron rusting (iron oxide forms) gasoline burning (water vapor and carbon dioxide form)

  1. 5. What is a physical change? A physical change is any change NOT involving a change in the substance's chemical identity. Here are some examples: any phase change. Moving between solid, liquid and gas involves only the amount of energy in the sample this amount is the subject of future lessons.

     6. What is a solution?  A liquid mixture in which the minor component the solute is       uniformly distributed within the major component the solvent.

     7. What is a mixture? A combination different things in which the component elements are individually distinct.

  1.      8. What is evaporation? Evaporation is a type of vaporization of a liquid that occurs from the surface of a liquid into a gaseous phase that is not saturated with the evaporating substance. The other type of vaporization is boiling, which is characterized by bubbles of saturated vapor forming in the liquid phase.

     9. What is condensation? water which collects as droplets on cold surface when humid air is in contact with it.

     10. What is transpiration? Transpiration is essentially evaporation of water plant leaves.

     11. What is the meaning of the word Hypothesis? A proposition, set forth as an explanation for the occurrence of some specified group of phenomena.

     12. What is precipitation? The action or process of precipitating a substance from solution.

Activity 2 - Chemical or Physical

Because paper just burn then turns black and floats in the air like ashes.
2. Adding salt to water
When you fill up a cup of water and pour in salt it will just sit at the bottom of the cup.
3. Frying an egg
because sometime it will stick on the pan.
4. Melting an ice-block
the ice mix together and make stains on the table.
5. Rotting orange
If you leave the orange on the table for more than five days it will be rotten.
6. Rusting nail
if you try and build with a rusting nail it will break.
you can fire them at night-time.
8. Baking
you can bake food for your whole family.
9. Raining
when it is finished rain it will be going to the water cycle.
Activity 3 - How do we know a chemical reaction has taken place?

If there is a chemical reaction, one of the following will happen?

  1. It will change colour
  2. The temperature  will change.
  3. It fizzes, meaning a given is given off.
  4. There might be a different solid.

Friday, 19 June 2015

Cooking class at TC

Today at teck we went in to bodies and some of us were in three’s and the rest were in two’s when we were ready we went to go get a book each and read the recipe for the cake we are going to be doing and we had to listen to what the teacher is going to be saying before we do it wrong then and our teacher name in cooking teacher name was Mrs tourpoato
she was the one who teached us how to cook the food we make.

Recipe was
Pink measuring cups  
normal measuring cup
silver bowl
wooden spoon
baking pour
bake trays

These are all the recipes for our apple sponge cake

Math Knowledge

1. 1 fortnight = 14 days
I knew the answer was 14 because 7+7 =14

Friday, 5 June 2015

World War 2 information report

The war in Europe began on September 1, 1939 with the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany, and concluded on September 2, 1945, with the official surrender of the last Axis nation, Japan. However, in Asia  the war began earlier with Japanese interventions in China, and in Europe, the war ended earlier with the unconditional surrender of Germany on May 8, 1945.
The conflict spilled over into Africa, included a handful of incidents in the Americas, and a series of major naval battles.

It was the largest armed conflict in history, spanning the entire world and involving more countries than any other war, as well as introducing powerful new weapons, culminating in the first use of nuclear weapons.