Tumbling through the land, air, and water -Michelle-

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

Gym 3

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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

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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!

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Thinglink Project

This is my Early Humans and Us project

Black Cat Cup-Snuggler

 We made this Cup Insulator during science class, the materials we used were:

-Aluminum

-Black Felt

-Foam

-Foil

-Hot glue

-Grey fabric

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.

My Cranky Contraption -Design-

3 thoughts:

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.

 

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