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Thursday, 27 July 2017

Clubs 2017

 on Thursday the 3rd of august had clubs i was in drumming in Room 10 my class we had Mr nath my teacher and we only had 3 people. that was in our class there names are Dyson me kestrel,siosaia and more people. we also got to learn how to hold the drums and uses the drums i felt happy. because we all got to learn how to use and hold a drum.

Monday, 10 July 2017

Movies

Movies

Going on a trip to the movies can’t wait i'm really!! really!! PUMPED to go to the movies i’m already there i'm next to my family sitting in my  chair and the popcorn is going everywhere on the floor and on the chair.

Dreaming

Dreaming on being a superhero

Flying in the air and saying hello to the people everywhere saving the day as i go on and on my journey to save the world i will have the pleasure to fight crime,bad guys and saying good bye.

Saturday, 8 July 2017

Candle underwater

What You Need:
  • Taper candle
  • Large bowl
  • Duct tape
  • Cigarette lighter or candle
  • Cold water
  • Scissors
         What You Do:
  1. Have your child cut off four 4” lengths of duct tape.
  2. Invite him to fasten the candle to the bottom of the bowl with duct tape.
  3. Help him fill the bowl with water just to the top of the candle. Be careful not to submerge the wick!
  4. Light the candle for your child. Instruct him to be careful of the open flame!
  5. Encourage your child to observe what happens. The candle should burn all the way to the bottom of the bowl, leaving a thin tube of wax.

What Happened?

If you had lit and burned the candle in a waterless bowl, it would have burned normally and eventually consumed the whole candle. This is caused by the action of both heat flow and a high temperature. Get your child thinking: Why did the candle burn differently when he added water to the bowl? It only seems like magic that the candle burned while it was underwater!
Water has the amazing quality of absorbing heat energy, and because you used cold water, even more heat energy was absorbed. Once the candle's heat energy dissipated into the water, the heat had much less impact on the outer surface of the candle, resulting in the candle's strange transformation.

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