For genius hour I made a Rube Goldberg machine.A Rube Goldberg machine is a simple task done in a very complicated way. Rube Goldberg was born on July fourth 1883 and had 6 other siblings, 3 of which died. As a teen Rube loved to draw. He got a job working for the sewers, but resigned six months later. In his life Rube made an estimated 50,000 comics. Rube Goldberg did a lot in his life. By Ryan
For Genius Hour I made a game on Scratch. There are 2 red men and 1 ghost. The 2 red men have to get you. You are the ghost and you have to get away. You should really try scratch! IT IS SO FUN!
For my genius hour I did snowboarding. I researched the friction of the half pike. I researched on the length of the half pike. I created a snowboard and a background. I liked researching about snowboarding. By Drake
For Genius Hour I did Scratch. I learned different Sprites. I learned different commands. I learned how to do mazes. Scratch is really fun.
My genius hour was about volcanoes. Did you know that volcanoes have different kinds of eruptions? My favorite kind of eruption is the strombolian eruption. It is the most dangerous kind of eruption. The 3rd most dangerous is the plinian eruption. The 2nd most dangerous is the vulcanian eruption. And last but still dangerous is the hawaiian eruption. There are dangerous things that are more dangerous out there, but the volcano is still very dangerous. By Eliza
My genius hour was about airships. There are three types of airships rigid,smerd and nonrigid airships.They evolved from hot air balloons. Countries used airships in World War ll.These were some of my facts for genius hour. By Colin
For genius hour I did scratch. I made a game where you have to get to the finish.It was very hard to get to the top. It was tricky when you got to a certain part that made it very fun.In conclusion it was a tricky but a very fun game. By Preston
For Genius hour I made a car. With a flip of a switch and a Kleenex box on wheels it starts moving with you touching it. It took about a day to make the car. It took less than an hour to make the plans for the car. It uses 2 AA batteries, 2 axles, 2 big wheels in the back, 2 small wheels in the front and gears.That is all about my car that I made for Genius Hour.
The Treehouse Design by Adam
Ancient Greece Olympics
My genius hour was about the Ancient Greece olympics! I did a newspaper with about 3 - 4 articles. They were held to honor Zeus the god of the gods. Did you know that there was a women's olympics! The women’s olympics however were held to honor Hera the wife of Zeus! That is what I did for genius hour! BY Sophie
Leonardo da Vinci By Dylan
I did scratch for genius hour. Scratch is a programing site. I made a game that includes a ghost a rocket, 6 levels and a force field. It also took over 150 coding blocks. There’s a bunch of obstacles on each level if you get to the green flag you get to move on to the next level. If you get through all six levels you win! That’s my scratch game.
I did how to make a app. I made a Animoto on how to make a app.It was hard to find how but I told the class about how you should.It was so fun making the Animoto.In all it was really fun. By Samuel
I love the musical of Hamilton, so for my genius hour project, I decided to rewrite the lyrics of the song, Dear Theodosia. I am singing my song to the class as my present stage. Instead of saying Dear Theodosia, I am saying Dear Tessie, who is my dog. I am writing about the first time I saw Tessie, like how Aaron Burr was talking about the first time he saw his daughter Theodosia. by Lila
For Genius Hour I studied about Ruby Bridges. I made a book about Ruby Bridges. It had pictures, facts and a story to go with it. I also made a movie about Ruby Bridges on Animoto. I think Ruby Bridges is a very wise person!
For my Genius hour I did Ethiopia. Ethiopia is a place in Africa. When I did my skit of opening a culture box I was nervous but it was fun. I have two friends in Ethiopia. I learned that Ethiopian houses are called rural houses and those houses are made out of mud. I learned a lot of great things. Ethiopia is a cool place! By: Kate
For Genius hour I did Claude Monet. He was a great painter and he was a very interesting person. He loved to be outside and a lot of his paintings were painted out side too. He was born in 1840 and died in 1926. I painted a picture of water lilies and I read about him. For the presentation I did a slide show. It was really fun to learn about Claude Monet.
We Skyped with a musher and his dogs this year. We learned a lot and saw a lot. We learned that the snow hook (on the sled) stops the dog team.We learned that the dogs sleep outside in their dog house and if one dog gets hurt, they sleep inside with the musher. And also that they have to be 2 or older to go on the iditarod. By Kamarie
We just had a skype with a musher! His name is Eric and he taught use so much new stuff. He showed us his dogs and everything. He showed us gear and the sled! And he told us he’s ran a few races and he lends dogs to people. He let a girl borrow his dogs who was going to be in the junior iditarod! He told us what it is like to live in Alaska. This was a great skype! By Sophie
Today we Skyped with a musher named Eric. He has a lot of dogs. He never raced the real Iditarod but he has raced other snow races. He has 3 sleds. He has very warm and important equipment. I hope we can Skype with another musher soon! By Jake
What I Learned about The Iditarod
We skyped with Eric from Alaska. He taught us about the Iditarod and how it works! We got to see his dogs. A few dogs were Ghost, Dixie, Batman and Eric ! We also got to see his sleds and his dog booties. The skype was really fun. By: McKenna
We had a Skype with a musher. He raises Alaskan huskies.His name is Eric. In two years he plans to run the iditarod. Next year he will run two 300 mile races to be in the iditarod. By Colin and Avery
Skype with Eric
The dogs were cute. My favorite was Dixie.There were 32 dogs and currently only 24 dogs there. He has 4 puppies.He put on the dog coat, booties and harness. It was fun and I learned a lot. He is from Alaska. By Samuel
What I learned about the Iditarod
We skyped with Eric from Alaska. He has 32 dogs and 4 puppies. He showed us what the booties look like on a husky.He showed us some dogs and they were all excited! He gets the food from a special place for dogs. He also showed us what the sled looked like. He showed us how to control the sled. And he showed us more cool and exciting things. By:Elizabeth
We had a skype with a musher.
I did not think that he had that many dogs. I was thinking he had 13 not 31 dogs. He has 32 dogs and one lives inside. She is retired. I wonder why he has more than one sled? I wonder what are the other designs and patterns on the booties? By Lucas and Dylan
The Iditarod Skype!
We skyped with a musher who has 32 sled dogs. His name is Eric. He has 3 sleds but only uses 1. He lives in Alaska. Every dog has their own house and name. He lives in a cabin. By Brady and Matthew
Veggies fruit and fortified seeds.
Fresh clean chlorine free water.
Change toys often when broken.
Shower with mist of water. Household temperature should not drop under 65*F.
Their talking may be annoying but if you talk you can barely hear them.
A 10 to 20 gallon aquarium large tank.
A hide box with moist moss is needed so the gecko can shed skin. Many people use plastic storage boxes as housing.
The best way to heat up the gecko is to use an undertank heating pad. Mealworms or crickets
If you want to give your pet a treat, then give it wax worms or super worms.
Information was taken from, www.reptilesmagazine.com
We skyped with my cousin Justin. We skyped with Justin to learn about Kiva. Kiva is an organization that loans people in poverty money to help them make their business. There are two Kiva bases, one area is in San Francisco, California and one in Africa. Some of the questions people asked were...How much money can you loan? Where are the places that you can loan to? And more. Some of the things he taught us were… you loan as much money as you want. There are 300 volunteers for Kiva and there are 100 workers for Kiva. They helped 80 countries with loans.
THANK YOU JUSTIN FOR SKYPING WITH US !!!!!!!
By: Kate with the help of sophie
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