I thought the water would get soaked into the bark.
I thought the water would slip off the wood.
I thought it would run down the leaf like a slide.
I thought that the gravel will just get wet.
I thought that the dirt would group in clumps and stay that way.
Some water got soaked up but the rest went back into the cup.
The water sort of stayed in a bubble form but then soaked in after awhile.
It did run down the leaf like a slide.
The gravel turned a darker color when it was wet.
The dirt did clump up a little but mostly turned to mud.
It was cool seeing the water make a barrier on the wood so the other drops could go back to the cup.
It was cool when the water was like a bubble on the wood and stayed the way it was for a while.
It was cool seeing the leaf act like a slide for the water.
It was really weird how the gravel changed colors.
It was cool how the dirt instantly changed to mud.
I am Polo the rain drop who came from Poland. I was just swimming in the oceans after a rain storm and I started feeling weird like I was flying when all of a sudden I was mist evaporating into the air. A cloud was forming right above me and I felt bigger because my twin brother Olop was attached to me. When we were in the cloud we went right over a school where students were learning about the rain cycle so we rained on the school. But we hit a puddle and bounced into a drain and went into a nearby lake.
How Humans and Wolverines Use and Need Water
Wolverines need about 750 ml of water a day to survive. They get water from streams, rivers, or lakes. If they don't get water they could die of dehydration. They can stay hydrated by playing in water. They also my play or stay in water on hot days to keep cool because of their thick fur.
1. Why is water considered a "Natural Resource?" Because if it wasn't we wouldn't be living.
2. How is water essential (required) to our survival and the survival of all living things? Becuase we need it for food and drinks so we can live and for other things to grow.
Day One Journal By Elias Arnold Problems about mars
I am really scared of the fact that are bones will start to deteriorate but if we exercise that won't happen but im working 20/7 hours and 4 hours of sleep so it will be hard to exercise. And the fact that there is so much rust in the air once we get oxygen on the planet we need to find a way to get all the rust and dust away so we don't suffocate. The temperature change is also a big deal because our atmosphere keeps the hot are in but on mars it does not so it will be very cold ules we build up the atmosphere. I am realy scared because I don't want too have bad things happen on the first day.
Man-made means something that is not really alive or naturally occurring.
Natural resources will grow or form from stuff around it, or will grow from something small to something big.
Water is natural resource because it cant be made by man it is made by oxygen and hydrogen.
I eat fruits I eat vegetables and I use Light
Drinking and Eating
The Air Head
One time when I was 9, I went tubing for the first time in Shaffer lake. I was really scared be cause my dad said he would make the boat go really fast and he floored it be for I could answer. It was fun because everything went by so quickly it was like a sped up movie. My dad then did a doughnut and the waves were huge so I had to of flown about 20 feet in the air. My mom thought i fell of but when the tube hit the water I was still on it so again my dad had to floor it so I wouldn't hit the boat. And the big bump of me hitting the waves almost Knocked me out me out.
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