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Day One Simulation Reflection-Ancient Mesopotamia

During the activity, I personally worked as a trader. As a group, we divided the work load up by what we wanted to do. Our biggest accomplishment as a civilization was communication. The trading went easily, laws were also quite easy, written language was easier than I thought it would be. All you had to do was draw what materials you need. Our weakest point as a civilization was some people didn’t know what to do so, next time our group should tell them. For example, one person didn’t know what to do for the temple.

Ancient Egypt: Pyramid of Giza

this is a project I did in humanities about the Pyramid of Giza

One Day Grade: Positive Moments

On one day I am going to work with Eloise. We are planning to make a calendar with a photograph with quotes. The font of the quotes is all calligraphy based. The quotes are all related to the month. All the quotes will be inspiring and kind. The photographs are going to be taken by us two around the school or/and on google.

Is it better to live closer or farther away from the river?

I strongly think that it’s better to be near the river because then you can cool off if the day is really hot. Also, crops need water almost every day to keep it going. If you live far then it can take time and like you may get hungry by walking while holding a very heavy thing of water. What I basically mean is transportation. If one day you didn’t have a bit of good luck getting food then you can get many fishes easily if you live near the river. Someday it will rain and then rainwater can be used for food. It’ll make food go off easily. One of the reasons I would not live far is that if u suddenly run out of water and you’re really thirsty then u have to walk quite a lot to get what you want. Most importantly your life will be easier.

Early Humans & Us

This is my thinglink!

Cup Insulator & Penguin Dwelling

 Cup Insulator(Reagan & Reina)

  • What was the hardest thing about this project?

The hardest thing about this project is that Reagan and I had to make a cup insulator that would keep the hot water stay as warm as possible.

  • What are you most proud of?

Reagan and I are most proud of that are insulator looks good.

  • Comment on the quality of the cup.

I think the quality of the cup is pretty good. I think the lid of our insulator is the best. The velcro to close the surrounding wrap didn’t work. It didn’t work, because the Velcro was not strong enough. That was our only mistake. Reagan and I really like the handle on the lid. It’s made out of hot glue. We wanted to paint it so it would look better but, the teacher said it’s gonna take a long time so we decided not to paint it.

 Save The Penguins (STP)

  • What are you proud of?

I am proud of how our group communicated. Because of this, we were able to make a good penguin dwelling. We even have a kinda good group name: STP(Save The Penguins)!

  • What was the hardest thing about this project?

The hardest thing about this project was to make a dwelling that wouldn’t let the ice melt so much and I think we did pretty well on that. After the re-design, we lost less mass than we did for our first design. Our re-design was to close one side of the dwelling.

  • What would you do differently?

I think I would do make our dwelling a bit bigger and make it look better, instead of loads of hot glue around. But overall I think we did well!

Project of Making Dirty Water into Clean Water

Here’s the link to Reagan and I’s first science project in 6th grade!:http://www.showme.com/sh/?h=WNnDIC8

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