Rocks And Minerals Project

A geologist is a person who digs up rocks, they basically study the history of the earth.

My prediction and results:

For my prediction, I said for the hard cookies 8 chocolate chips on the top and 4 on the bottom. For the soft cookie, I said 7 on the top and 0 on the bottom. The supplies that I needed for the project was a toothpick, chocolate chips and a cookie.

My  conclusion:

I found a lot of chocolate chips on the hard cookie and I found less on the soft cookie,

Here is a picture of me doing the project:


Here is a video of the geologists:








Judy Blume Tales Of Fourth Grade Nothing

CHAPTER 1- The Big Winner

Jimmy fargo lived in New York City, His apartment room is on the twelfth floor In the building, A new character named henry bevelheimer didn’t not know about that. What happened in chapter 1 was Dribble went to Jimmy fargo’s birthday party, fudge had to guess how many jelly beans where in the bag and he guessed 423 and got it wrong.  A new character Named Dr Cone gave the mother Daisy Roses.  They also got a turtle and named him dribble.


CHAPTER 2- Mr And Ms Juicio

The the grandparents came, they gave Dribble, It was a toy train. He did like it. Now Mr Yarby gave Fudge another present, this time it was in a package. He got a book, A really big one for a 4 year old Fudge said. He also got a drink. I could use another one dribble said, and he didn’t get any more so he started to get very mad but it was because he had to go to bed. Everyone said goodnight and he fell to sleep. The parents sat down and had dinner peacefully. Then the parents heard something from upstairs, it was fudge playing with his train. It woke up everybody, and no one liked it at all.


CHAPTER 3- The Family Dog

Fudge dad was also a new tv commercial, but he said planning on having any head-standers on the commercial, and he ended up not doing anything and the assistants to make the commercials were not happy about this. Then something happened, they got a new dog! They wanted to trade out fudge for the new dog and after a week the parents thought this was a lot easier even though they didnt get rid of fudge yet, but the only problem was that he was eating under the moms legs so it was a little annoying, but that how dogs are so she didn’t mind. Then the mom finally decided to move him so it was in better condition. Fudge went to bed and put dribble on the floor. Everyone slept well and this time fudge was not playing with his train.


CHAPTER 4- My Brother The Bird

The family lives near central park so sometimes after school they like to go there and play there for half and hour. They go there only with friends and when its hot outside, but the mother doesnt want him to go alone if he doesn’t go with friends.

Innovation Day Blog Post

I have chosen to build: Elevator


Choice and background

What pulley system does your choice include:

I will use something to make it more up.

Explain how system works:

I will use cardboard to make to floor for the elevator. Then i would put items on the elevator floor and i would you string to pull the elevator up.



(What will happen when you pulley your pulley machine?)

I think it will work if I try hard to make it. I want to maybe make it exactly how I drew it. I need materials  to go up,.





.Hot Glue






Step by step-What did you do

  1. I first got cardboard and made two holes on the side
  2. I stuck two sticks in the 2 holes that i made.
  3. Then i got string and attached it to the sticks.
  4. The string would go down to a piece of cardboard I would tape the string to the cardboard and then pull it up.





My Hypothesis was right and wrong. It was wrong because the first time it didn’t work, but the second time it did work. I got rid of the sticks and did the same thing I did last and it ended up working!



Legend Writing

Once upon a time there was a small island, with a tiny village on it. The village people ate birds that came there. They also went fishing for fish. The population was only 100 people. They still had trees so they could make homes and a campfire. They sheared the sheep to get their wool to use to cover beds. 

Everything seemed to be fine. SUDDENLY one day an evil villain named Rarro came to the village and had a plan to burn it down. The good people in the village had no clue that this would happen. The next day the fire was made and the villain was ready to burn it. It burned all the trees and all  the houses. The good people wanted to save it but they didn’t know how.

Life was pretty easy without all of the houses being burnt down. Just fishing and chopping trees was really easy. Not with what the villain did.

The village was hoping that maybe a very powerful superhero might have come to save them. Guess what they were right but they didn’t know yet. The superhero was working on a secret potion in his secret basement that nobody knows about. The potion has a reset potion inside it to  stop the fire potion.

That was the only two things he needed. He wanted to try using the potion when nobody would’ve expected. He had to wait for  a week, and then he would use it. 


It was finally a week later…


 The superhero was ready. He threw the potion and everything was back in place! Everything was back to normal!


 They lived happily ever after!



My science blog


I studied science reflection like: reflection, refraction, transparent, translucent, and opaque. I will explain what all of these mean. First reflection means bounce of a light and returning it back.

Refraction is when you have a pencil and a glass of water and stick inside and watch the magic, it will look like the pencil is bent. Transparent is when an object can pass through so that objects can be seen. Translucent is allowing light, but not detailed shapes to pass through semi transparent. Opaque is not going through anything.



Tuning Fork Experiment

HELLO! Its map13 here! I’m going to be showing you 2 cool experiments that will BLOW YOUR MIND! Here is the first project: You should have gotten a cup and put tape over the cup and don’t leave ANY holes.

Then get salt and spread it over the tape. Then get a tuning fork and slam it on the floor or your desk, then gently touch the fork on the tape and it will vibrate and its REALLY COOL! That’s exactly what i did!


Now moving on to the 2nd experiment. Don’t throw away your cup of tuning fork, get water and get rid of the tape. Then slam the tuning fork on the floor again and then stick it into the water.

It will splash and sometimes it will come out of your cup and its super cool so try it!



My book review

A young wizard who discovers his magical heritage on his 11’th birthday

When he receives a letter of acceptance to Hogwarts school of witchcraft 

And wizardry. 



  1. Harry potter
  2. Hagrid
  3. Professor mcgonagall
  4. Professor snape
  5. dudley
  6. hermione
  7. Lord Voldemort
  8. Ron
  9. Crabby
  10. Aunt petunia
  11. Uncle vernon
  12. correl



Harry when he was young, his parents were killed and that’s why he had a scar on his forehead, he got a letter that he would be going to a school called Hogwarts with a bunch of other wizards, those are in the character section. They each had a house here are the names: Slytherin, Gryffindor, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff. All houses had their own color. For example:

Ravenclaw is blue. 





Science blog!

I am writing a blog post about science! 


Here are 3 facts I learned in class about science.

  • that there are tons of different rays of light
  • the experiments that we did worked!
  • that some of the reflection go through and some a bit and some not at all.

We did an experiment called teh ray of light. we put index cards and on the last one, we put a bullseye and then stick a hole in the front and shine the flashlight in and it will go straight through and HIT the bull’s eye right in the middle.

In class, we did an experiment to investigate this topic. The experiment was called the reflection of light.

Now I will explain what we did:

We got different materials and a flashlight

We had to see which materials the light reflected from

Here is a video of me explaining the experiment:

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