Saturday, December 22, 2012

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

If I were Dictator of America...

The first thing I would do is I make my own castle that nobody could enter without my permission. Kids wouldn't have to ask, unless they are up to no good.

The second thing I would do is close all of the schools except for colleges. Nobody would be allowed to do any schoolwork without my permission.  Grown-ups would work all day and the kids would just stay home and play video games all day.  Or, they could do school work if they want too.

The third thing I would do is give money and good jobs to the poor.  If they don't want to work they have to go to another country.

The fourth thing I would do is lower all taxes to zero. This way, people from everywhere would move here.

The fifth thing I would do is make a satellite that will make the world look like Minecraft.

I would make flying cars.  I would make transportation portals everywhere.  The portals would be used for getting around.  You would go into the portal, then you would go in between space to take you to your stop.  It is like another dimension!

I would make a super hero machine. And anyone caught breaking the law will go to jail.

But of course how to do all that....

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Friday, June 1, 2012

Memorial Parade

On Memorial Day I marched in the Memorial Day Parade.

I walked with the Cub Scouts.

I walked 1 mile.

My sister walked this year also, because she joined Daisy's.

It was a beautiful day.

My baseball team walked, too.

After walking I went swimming.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Yesterday's Science Class

Yesterday I went to Brookhaven Labratory for a homeschool science class on soil with my friend.

Soil is made out of gravel, sand, silt, and clay.

Gravel is the biggest part of soil.

Clay is the smallest.

A tool called the sieve separates the gravel,sand, silt, and clay.

My first experiment was putting rocks into groups (not Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic.).

I came up with, dots, plain color, and stripes.

My second experiment was was with 2 rocks. My tools were a magnet and a piece of paper with some thing on it.

The clear rock on one side could make things bigger! The other rock was magnetic!

My third experiment was weighing, measuring the volume, and drawing samples of dirt.

After that, I went home.

Monday, April 9, 2012

Happy Easter

Happy Easter everyone!

This Easter I went to my Aunt's apartment in New York City.

We took the car instead of the train.

I went with Mom, Dad, Grandma, and Christine.

I saw my Uncle, Aunt, and Cousin.

There was nothing to do when I got there.

After a long time, I had dinner and then I opened up the Easter baskets my Aunt bought us.

I played a board game of Pokemon and then left.

Monday, March 26, 2012

My Thoughts On Dissection

Dissecting is when you cut something dead open.

For example, you could dissect a frog. You can dissect anything living or dead.

You can look at its brains, heart, and organs.

My Mom made write this even though I don't want to because all I can think of is throwing up and I can't stand the gross smell it makes.

When you dissect you should put some Vick's Vaporub on your nose and you will be fine.

So there is NO WAY I will be a surgeon.

I was in science class the first time I dissected something and heard "dye" and I was completely surprised. I hardly touched it at all. I was dissecting squid, so there was no bad smell.

And this week at science class I am dissecting crabs (Ugh!).

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Pranks and Tricks

I love to play tricks on people, especially my dad.

My favorite is the Hand-In-Hot-Water trick.

Here's a classic trick:

Here's a joke kit I got for Christmas:

Toilet Paper Roll Prank:

I just did the toilet roll one!

Friday, March 9, 2012

My Trip to Florida

The car trip took about 22hrs.

It was me, dad, and Christine.

Altogether dad drove 1,316 miles!

I read lots of books, and I mean a lot!

We got a library card at the Naples library.

I stopped at my dad's friend's house in Orlando and my aunt's house in Bradenton.

When we got to our condo we rented, we unpacked and went straight to the pool.

On Friday we picked up Mom at McDonald's and saw my friend's basketball game.

After about 5 days Mom left.

Our house was really nice, it had 3 bedrooms, 1 kitchen, 3 bathrooms, one living room, and a view of an artificial lake.

Did I forget to mention I went to Legoland?

I went on three roller coasters (all ones Christine could go on, there was only one parent).

There was USA Miniland with buttons that you press and the figures do something.

I went to driving school and the Water Stunt Show.

And the Big Test show, too.

A week after Mom left she came back.

And at a restaurant I lost my third tooth.

We went to the beach several times too.

I went to a waterpark once.

On the way back mom came we went to Legoland, again!

This time I went on almost everything!

The trip took 4 days.

And I just lost my 4th tooth!

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

The Gold Rush

Yesterday I did a report on the Gold Rush.

Every month we do a report on a different topic in American history.

We forgot to bring my dad's gold coin though!

It's weighs 1/2 ounce and is worth $800 - $900.