For this round of STEM, I’ve enjoyed learning the lesson and got to do many experiments. Basically, the topic that we focused on was “Carbon”! Well, the mini-lessons in this topics were hydrocarbon, properties of carbon, and the carbon cycle.
For the lesson, we were assigned to answer ten questions that were written down on a paper. Actually, that was not a test but it was the guiding questions that helped us to understand the lesson better. To make it even more clear to understand, we did an experiment called Black Snack Experiment.
For the black snack experiment, we put aluminum foil on a bowl. Then we filled the bowl with sand. After that, we put 5g of baking soda and 20g of sugar and mixed it together. Then, we put it in the bowl. The next step is that we need to pour some alcohol all over the bowl. Finally, we just need to fire the matches and put them in the bowl. Those were the instructions. After we put the matches into the bowl, the black ashes rise up like a snake. It has a shape like a snake. The ashed felt like styrofoam, but when we squeeze it harder, it broke and turn into normal ashes.
It was a very exciting round of STEM. Thank you for reading and visiting my portfolio. Have a wonderful day!
STEM is one of the most important subjects for me to learn. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineer, and Math. For the second round of STEM, we still focused on Science.
This round, we learned about Chemical Bonding! In that lesson, I got to study Ionic Bonding, Ionic Compound, Covalent Bonding, Hydrogen bond, Polar Bond, Polar Compound and covalent compound! We also did some cool experiment to see what happened. CK12 is a very helpful website that my classmates and I used to study and it was recommended by our teacher, Chanda.
I can’t wait to learn more enthusiastic lessons and do some more cool experiment! Thanks for reading and visiting my portfolio.
STEM is a very important subject that we need to learn and have a bright future! STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineer & Math. For this first round of STEM, we focused on science.
So, what is science? Science is a study about the natural world based on logic and evidence. In this round of STEM, I learned about physical science, matters, atoms, ions, isotope, atomic force, quark, atomic mass, Celsius & Fahrenheit, physical properties, physical change and reaction, and chemical changes and reaction.
After a round of STEM, I learned so many new things and I hope I’ll get to learn more lessons next round. Thanks for visiting and reading my portfolio.