I decided to join tumbling because it sounded like a nice way to socialize, learn new things, and have fun. Going to a trampoline park and pool spring board sounded extremely fun! We’ve already had practice tumbling sessions at the gym and pool. Below is a video of our practice tumbling session at the pool.
TUMBLING THROUGH THE LAND
TUMBLING THROUGH THE AIR
This morning we went to the trampoline park, and we had plenty of fun! I did a front flip into the foam pit and my friends managed to teach me how to do a cartwheel
TUMBLING THROUGH THE WATER
This afternoon we learned how to do a front flip off the diving board (I failed in the video) I was too scared to dive at first but after trying it a few times I finally got the hang of it!
This is my Early Humans and Us project
We made this Cup Insulator during science class, the materials we used were:
Q1. What are the new skills you learned this project?
A1. I learned more/new collaboration skills and being more productive.
Q2. What are you proud of?
A2. I am proud of the fact that the Cup Insulator works well and doesn’t look messy. The insulator has a good appearance and also prevents heat loss. (yay)
Q3. What was the hardest thing about this project?
A3. The hardest thing to do was probably finishing the cup; we ran out of time and had to come
up with a plan on finishing the insulator in time.
One piece of advice that I would give to a future student doing this project is to put the crank in first, not last!
Skills I developed were better collaboration and saw-using skills. 😂
One thing I’d like to change is the stand because it’s really small and everyone is cramped on it.