|Tulad ng isang banda, ang bawat isa ay mayroong sariling kakayahan at kapag pinagsama mo sila, magandang musika ang nabubuo.|
What I did wrong here was that I didn’t clean up my things and I may have also blamed my sister. That started our fights until we finally put back all our things in their proper places. The process was not pleasant and enjoyable at all.
See? If you don’t cooperate, one fight can lead to another. If one person gets mad, the other people can, too! From now on, I will try to cooperate more and always THINK BEFORE I ACT because if I don’t, it could lead into another fight! Cooperation is what makes good and harmonious family relationships, so if you want to have a good relationship with your family, simply COOPERATE.
This is the start of my 2nd Quarter portfolio. This post is my devotional for today.
After watching the movie, I wanted to become an archer! I also learned two lessons.
This year, I used a different Math book called Teaching Textbooks. I really enjoy it because it reviews the old lessons like addition which makes me remember them more! I made a brochure as a simple guide on basic math definitions, concepts, and rules.
|The two brochures I made, Math 7 Part 1 and Math 7 Part 2|
|The Properties of Addition|
|Subtraction and Division|
|Order of Operation Rules|
|From here, it is about fractions.|
|MATH IS FUN!!!|
|Thumbs down for bad and thumbs up for good! I also drew the hands.|
As I was thinking of an experiment where I can apply the scientific method, I had a question in mind. And it was…
2. Mix the sugar in 1/2 cup of water until dissolved and do the same with salt.
3. Pour one of the three 1/2 cups of water in one container and do the same with the other two.
4. Place the containers outside where the sun is.
5. Water the seeds whenever the sponge is dry already.
6. Observe and record what you see. Draw (optional).
Day 1; July 23, 2012: Setting up of the experiment
Day 2; July 24, 2012: The seeds are quite swollen now. They have absorbed water.
(On July 27, 28, 29, we were out. July 27-30 were stormy days. We had to move them place to place.)