Sunday, June 26, 2016

We have been learning about light and colour. We did an experiment, which was set up with a lot of mirrors and the we pointed a laser through one and it reflected through some of the mirrors, I found the radius of the light gets smaller and smaller when it reflected through the mirrors.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

My essay

Introduction: Do you know how many people die each year from venom?
7,000 to 8,000 people die from venom each year. People's lack of information and knowledge about venom and venomous animals result to the big number of victims each year. We should know more about venom and venomous animal so we know what the best we can do in preventing to be victims of venomous animals.


How Venom Spreads:
Venom spreads from venomous animal by biting the victim's. venom spreads by getting inserted under your skin by getting bitten by  a venomous animal, venom will spread to your body through the blood circulation that will resulted to death of the victims. If the venom mixes to the blood of the victim, the blood will be thicken resulted to slowing down circulation of blood. In some cases venom can also paralyzed the body of the victim. There's also other venom that is targeting the brain of the victim. The thickening of the blood from mixing of the venom through the blood of the victim may result to the death of the victim.


How Many Kinds of Venom:
There are three kind of venom but theres 2 main venom for. Hemotoxic venom attacked the cardiovascular system of the victim, the venom typically attacked the lower blood pressure that may result to blood clotting.The venom may also attacked the heart that may cause to death.
Cytotoxic venom is designed to cause tissue death. When the venom spread through the body, cytotoxic venom eaten the localize tissue that will destroy the muscles in which some victim receive amputations after being bitten. Another kind of venom is neurotoxic which attacked the brain and nervous system of the body, it causes paralysis or lack of muscles control.


Venom Gland:
Fangs are sharp, long, hollow or grooved teeth that are connected to a  small sac in the snake’s head behind its eyes. This sac produce a poisonous liquid called venom. When the  snake bites, venom is released and starts to work immediately to kill or paralyze the victim.


Conclusion:
I hope you've learnt one or two things about venom. Now whenever you're out in the wild, I hope you know what venom can do to you. If you see any bright coloured animals it probably means it's venomous. If this isn't enough information you can check it out on other websites.

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Thursday, May 19, 2016

In science I learnt about acid and base, for example like coca cola is a strong acid and milk is and acid but its weak because of the chemicals in it. Base is a liquid thats just basic so theres no chemicals. we used litmus paper to see if the liquids are acid or base.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Young Vinnies

                                                  Young Vinnies
Today at Young Vinnies, we went and set next to the elders and watch the little kids play and listen to music. A couple of minutes after we watched the kids play we brought two elders to the lounge and listen to piano music.