April 17, 2014
Hello!! This week was fantastic! Mostly because we are out on Friday. We won’t come back until Monday. It is for Easter! And tonight the season finale of Scandal comes on tonight @10pm est. This week we mostly did TCAP prep. The test is going to be coming up in nearly 2 weeks. It will be VERY easy if we take our time. But, it’ll be hard if we rush through it. In art we made monsters! On May 12, I will be going to the West Valley Middle school tour. The people who is zoned there will go on the tour. On May 14, I am going to the Bearden Middle tour. Although I am not zoned for Bearden, my friend in 6th grade is going to preform and she wants me to b there. Our 5th grade musical is coming up too. I have the role of Rainbow Beard. Griffin is a soloist, and Murray Beth is a Prisoner. That was my week!
April 16, 2014
My weekly research is:
How do Mountains and
Oceans affect the Weather?
BY: Cameron Carter
How do mountains and oceans affect the weather?
This is a question you might ask yourself. Hi! Today, I am going to tell you about something new. Today, I am also going to tell you how oceans and mountains can effect your wether daily. Some of the things I tell you, you might already know. And some of the things I tell you you probably don’t know. And by the end of my research paper you will know that different things cause the weather to change. Trust me,You will definitely learn a lot!
Today, I am going to start out telling you all about how oceans can affect and change the weather around us. Oceans affect weather and temperatures because of the sea breezes. It moves cool air onto the land to make it cooler during the day time.Warm ocean waters fuel up thunder storms. Ocean currents can increase and decrease the temperature. Clouds form when warm air from inland areas meets cool air from the sea. In the summer, temperatures can be very hot and dry as moisture from the sea evaporates before it reaches the centre of the land mass. This is how oceans affect our weather daily.
Mountain ranges usually have a cold climate in its surrounding areas.They also help diminish winds coming in from the seas. It can also be ranges.Mountains can also shield the other side of the mountain from the wind. This is how mountains change our weather and forecast each and every day!!
Thank you for looking! I hope you learned quite a lot! Tune in next time for next week’s research! For now, bye! This is what I learned.
April 11, 2014
Hi! This week was great! Tuesday was the track meet and I got 2nd place! I had so much fun. I even get to go to the Elite Meet. It is next Saturday. This morning, I had to sing with my school choir. Elise, Griffin, Rachil, Avery, and Rebbecca from my class are in it also. This week was a VERY fun and exciting week!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
April 4, 2014
Week 29 was fabulous! On Monday we had Monday Fun Day and no reading day; it was just a bunch of free time. We found a snake in our garden. We also made signs for Track and Field events for our school. Dominic had his b-day party and we also had Friday Fun Lunch, Sumdog Competition, and My team won the TCAPolympics. Final Four is tommorow and i’m really excited! Bye!
April 4, 2014
Hey y’all! This week was great! We had µø˜∂å¥–ƒ¨˜ ∂å¥ to start off our week. We had cupcakes, “Creeper Juice”, and we we played the Wii and we sang karaoke. Oh, and yesterday, I ROCKED the Poetry Cafe! And girl, I was on Fire! This weekend, I am going to Pigeon Forge for a tournament. Afterward, we are going to the race car tracks to do some “Team Bonding”. This week we also gardened. We even found a snake! See ya!!!!!
April 4, 2014
Cameron’s Scientific Tools
What scientific tools do you know? Well, there are so many types of scientific tools scientist use everyday! You might even use some tools everyday and you probably don’t notice it!! Well, in this paper I am going to tell you about three scientific tools that I chose. I use one of the tools on a daily basis and the other two I really don’t know much about. In this paper, I will tell you about thermometers, scissors, and microscopes.
Today, we are going to start with the familiar tools. If you don’t feel well, you can use this tool to take your temperature. What is this tool? It’s a thermometer! I know more abut thermometers than I know about compasses, and microscopes. Thermometers measure temperature, by using things that change in some way when heated or cooled. Thermometers use alcohol or mercury. It is usually the color RED. When the weather rises the mercury will lower. When the temperature starts to rise, the mercury rises also. This is a little bit about one of my scientific tools.
The second tool I’m going to tell you about is a dissecting tool. You probably use this tool everyday. Do you know what it is? It is scissors! You use this tool to cut the insides out of animals. I have used this tool for the past 3 or 4 years. When I used the scissors for dissecting, I dissected a rat, a pig, and a frog. This is my 2nd tool.
My third tool is a microscope. You use it to look at TINY things. Things are very microscopic. Microscopic means an optical instrument used for viewing very small objects, such as mineral samples or animal or plant cells, typically magnified several hundred times. This is about my 3rd tool.
March 28, 2014
Hello! This week was very GREAT! I have a basketball tournament in Coalfield…the middle of NOWHERE!!!!!!! Hopefully, my team will win! We play at 7:10 tonight at Coalfield High School. Then we have a game at 8:50 tonight at Oliver Springs High School.
March 18, 2014
If you are a college basketball fan you’d know that there is a Sweet 16, Elite 8, and Final 4. I thought, why don’t they call the championship game the Terrific 2 where to teams battle and go at it for the NCAA Championship title. So what I did was wrote a letter and E mailed the NCAA to share my thoughts and my opinion.