June 13

My birthstone shelf

So for our self directed science we were doing rocks and minerals, well for that we had to choose something that has to do with rocks and minerals. and we had to do some sort of project  that has to do with what you chose. I chose birthstones, I found a lot of facts who knew birthstones were that cool? any way my project was a self that had a bunch of birthstones on it so I will go through  all the steps for how I made it then I will put a picture of it as well.


  1. get a rectangle box with an opening
  2. get 1 big piece of cardboard to go in the middle
  3. get 16 pieces of cardboard to put for shelves (thats right 16 birthstones!)
  4. glue the cardboard inside the cardboard
  5.   get all the birthstones
  6. put all those pictures of birthstones on a google docs
  7. print it
  8. glue the pictures on to the shelf
  9. take a picture of it

Now you are done

Here is a picture




Here is another thing I had to add to my blog post

it wont show all of the birth stone since that is already shown  on the first part but this shows the facts about a lot  of them.



Hi everybody I am going to talk about birthstones so there 16  diffrent types of birthstones I will explain that but first I will explain what a birthstone is  a precious or semiprecious stone associated with a month or sign of the zodiac and thought to bring luck if worn by a person born in that month or under that sign. okay so these are the 16 birthstones

January: Garnet

Febuary: Amethyst

March: Aquamarine

April: Diamond

May: Emerald

June: Pearl & Alexandrite

July: Ruby

August: Peridot

September: Sapphire

October: Opal & Tourmaline

November: Yellow Topaz

December: Tanzanite


Here are som facts about each birthstone:

January & Garnet

  • Garnet is January’s birthstone and the gemstone for the 2nd wedding anniversary.
  • Garnet rates as a 6.5 to 7.5 on Moh’s scale.
  • The name “garnet” comes from the Latin word granatus, which means pomegranate.
  • The term “garnet” actually refers to a variety of gemstones. These gemstones are composed of closely-related minerals and come in several colors, including red, orange, green, pink, and purple. Red garnets are by far the most popular variety, and are what most people think of when they hear “garnet.”
  • In ancient times, the word “carbuncle” was used for red garnets and other red gemstones.
  • Carbuncle is believed to be one of the four gemstones that God gave to Solomon.
  • In ancient Egypt, pharaohs wore necklaces adorned with red garnets.
  • Garnet intaglios were used in ancient Rome to stamp the wax on sealed documents.
  • The King of Saxony is believed to have owned over 465 carats of garnet.
  • Garnets were widely traded during the first century.
  • In the Middle Ages, garnet was believed to cure depression, protect against bad dreams, and cure certain physical ailments. They were also highly favored by the clergy and nobility.
  • Around the year 1500, red garnet became more available with the discovery of Bohemian garnet deposits in central Europe.
  • A red garnet bead necklace discovered in an Egyptian grave is believed to be over 5,000 years old!

Okay I know that was a lot but I think garnet is really cool but this one had a bit more facts then the others will.

Febuary & Amethyst

  • Amethyst is the birthstone for February, as well as the gem for the 6th and 17th anniversaries.
  • Amethyst ranks as a 7 on Mohs Scale.
  • Amethyst is a variety of quartz. …
  • Its color can range from light purple to a deep, royal purple.
  • Amethyst was one of the emblems of the twelve apostles.

Okay so as I said there will be less facts then january had I think january is crazy okay next one


March & Aquamarine

Aquamarine ranks as a 7.5 to 8 on Mohs Scale. Aquamarine was named for its resemblance to seawater. The Latin word aqua means water while the Latin word marina means “of the sea.”


Less and less each time


April & Diamond

diamond  holds significant meaning for those born in that month, thought to provide the wearer with better relationships and an increase in inner strength. Wearing diamonds is purported to bring other benefits such as balance, clarity and abundance.


WHOAH cool!


May & Emerald

Known for its beauty, this green gemstone has been revered since Cleopatra reigned in Egypt, the Incas conquered the Andes Mountains, and emperors ruled India. The lustrous green color of May’s birthstone is a symbol of wealth and abundance, love and passion, and success and wisdom.


WOW amazing


June & pearl

Pearl ranks as 2.5 on the Mohs hardness scale. Pearls were first written about in 2206 BC by a Chinese historian. In China, pearls were believed to protect the wearer from fire and fire-breathing dragons.


Pearls are really cool



July & Ruby

  • Ruby is the birthstone for July, as well as the gemstone of 15th and 40th anniversaries.
  • Rubies are a 9 on Mohs Hardness Scale.
  • Ruby’s red color is a result of trace amounts of chromium present in the crystal. …
  • Rubies were named after the Latin word for “red” – ruber.


Intresting very intresting


August & Peridot

Peridot is the gem variety of olivine, a mineral with a chemical composition that includes iron and magnesium. The iron in the gems is what causes peridot’s yellowish-green color. Peridot is often found in volcanic rock. It is formed deep inside the earth and is then delivered to the surface by volcanoes.
September & Sappire
The September birthstone has traditionally symbolized sincerity, truth, faithfulness and nobility. For countless centuries, sapphire has adorned royalty and the robes of the clergy. The elite of ancient Greece and Rome believed that blue sapphires protected their owners from harm and envy.
October & Tourmaline & Opal
  • Tourmaline comes in almost every color. …
  • Tourmaline can be as clear as a diamond. …
  • Tourmaline is believed to be a highly spiritual stone. …
  • Tourmaline is one of the most sought out gems in the world. …
  • Tourmaline wasn’t originally recognized as its own stone.


  • Opal can be precious or common. …
  • There’s more than one colour of opal. …
  • Opal is classed as a mineral, not a crystal. …
  • The national gemstone of Australia is opal. …
  • Opal can be synthesized. …
  • In the Middle Ages opal was considered good luck. …
  • Black opal is the rarest variation of the stone.


I was born in october!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


November & Yellow Topaz

  • They were first found in Germany. …
  • Yellow Topaz have been mistaken for diamonds. …
  • There is debate around where the name ‘topaz’ originates from. …
  • Yellow Topaz is mined all over the world. …
  • Ancient civilisations held many beliefs about the power of topaz. …
  • The heaviest topaz weighs 600 pounds.


December & Tanzite

  • Tanzanite was first discovered in 1967 in Tanzania. …
  • It is a rich blue variety of Zoisite. …
  • Tanzanite is only mined in Tanzania. …
  • The largest rough tanzanite was found in 2020. …
  • The largest carved tanzanite is named ‘L’heure Bleu’. …
  • Tanzanite is a birthstone for December.





now that was a lot of facts do you think I am tired for typing that much NOPE I dont really get tired for typeing well anyway was that cool?I think it was really cool but I also want to know what your Birthstone and favorite Birthstone that is not your own of course okay bye!

May 23


Hello everyone, So today we were told to choose a country and write about it, so that is what I am doing it is called



okay so the population 2023 is 47,516,629  now I think that is a lot of people in canada here there are only 38.25 million well lets try to stay  focused on spain



the religion is catholic

Catholicism is a Christian religion, a reformation of the Jewish faith that follows the teachings of its founder Jesus Christ. Like other Christian religions as well as Judaism and Islam, it is also an Abrahamic religion, and Catholics consider Abraham as the ancient patriarch.
Neighboring countrys
It is Portugal, France & Andorra
Here are some facts about each
  • Portugal is one of the oldest nations in Europe. …
  • The oldest operating bookstore in the world is located in Lisbon. …
  • Portugal is one of the most peaceful countries. …
  • There are over 250 million Portuguese speakers around the globe.


  • French is a Romance language. …
  • There are around 220 million French speakers worldwide. …
  • French has a great number of homophones. …
  • About 45% of modern English words are of French origin. …
  • Along with English, French remains an influential language in the diplomatic world.


  • Andorra is small. …
  • Andorra is the world’s only co-principality. …
  • Andorra has never been in a war in almost 1,000 years. …
  • Andorra la Vella is the highest capital city in Europe. …
  • Andorra has the 8th highest life expectancy in the world.

Okay now let’s try to stay on spain

Geographic features

There are 51 rivers

There are 51 mountains

There are 51 lakes

There are 3 oceans



In spain during the winter it snows but it does not get that cold

In spain during the Summer it feels tropical




May 15

The start of our geology unit

Hello today I will explain how I became a geologist  so my job is being a geologist and I went into the future it was 2094 and at first I was tranported to albaqurque  and THE WORLD WAS MADE OUT OF COOKIE DOUGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  so what I had to do was really important so since the earth turned to cookie dough the only rocks that were there was CHOCOLATE CHIPS but I had to get all the chocolate chips out without breaking the earth I did not succseed  so in albaqurque the dough was soft but then I was tranported to hawaii and there the dough was hard and I was not suposed to break the earth I was not suposed to break the earth that did not work eathier then I ate all the world it was so yummy. here is some pictures.


Okay that is it for today bye bye

March 29

Innovation day project

Hello today I will be talking about the project I did for innovation day we had to make   medievel  castles with a working drawbridge and everything we had to make rooms in the castle like the throne room a great hall.  here are some facts I learned during my research…

facts about castles…

  1. there are so many difrent types of castles  like diffrend shapes and sizes.
  2. castle walls sometimes enclosed a series of small buildings.
  3. castles have a water supply within the walls.

lords vs serfs…

  1. lords are quite powerful while serfs are not
  2.  lords could do a lot more then serfs could

feudal system…

1.  the king is at the top the king was the most powerful                                                                                            2.  nobles, lords and church leaders were the second most powerful                                                                      3. middle class, merchants and craftsmen are the third most powerful                                                                 4. freeman and serfs are the least most powerful



here is some more stuff I will talk about

Hi everyone today I am going to talk about  our inovation day project  we were told to make a medievel castle with a working draw bridge a drawbridge is a big type of door that  opens  by going up and down instead of regular doors that you are used to so we are told to type down how we made our castle.

  1.  Get a carboard box with no top (if there in a top cut it off)
  2. Make a hole for the drawbridge
  3. cut out squares on the top for decoration
  4. make the pulley system
  5. atach to the drawbridge
  6. add gears (to get extra)
  7. we made a pulley system flag for our teacher (it was her bimoji) but you can probably do one for yourself
  8. build a wath tower/jailhouse we made a fire pit at the top
  9. now inside the castle we made a clock
  10. we made a table
  11. we made a throne ( if you have a bitmoji you can be the king/queen)
  12. we made a toilet ( make you on the toilet too!)
  13. Now its time to paint!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  14. paint it grey (if you want use black to make bricks)
  15. now you can decorate!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  16. what we did was use bitmojis but you can use stickers or something or if you like your castle how it is dont do any thing
  17. take a picture with you and your castle
  18. YOU ARE DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

here is our video:

here is some pictures of me doing the castle:

These pictures are of us painting the castle.

Here is my self assesment:

My teacher likes giveing us these after we do a project it is sort of us grading our selfs so this is how I think I am

My hypothisis:

A hypothesis is what someone thinks is going to happen sometimes it is what they think and sometimes it is not what they think.

I thought our castle would be big and painted light grey and would look better but it is fine the way it is it is not exactly pretty but it is creative and unique but anyway I thought our pulley system would not work that great but it worked pretty good I did not think we would use gears but you know what we did I thought we would only use one pulley system but we used THREE!  I really thought our castle would have turned out pretty bad but it turned out amazing!

BYE THANKS FOR READING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



February 28

Stop motion

Hello today I am going to talk about about what we were doing in English we were doing stop motion. Stop motion  is this thing where you take a bunch of pictures and it turns out to be sort of like a video thing you can do it with clay or lego here are to videos on how to do it



and here in mine that I made with a couple of kids in my class

so we were reading this book called The wild robot so the task that we were suposed to was create a stop motion  so we had to make a  backround and characters it  was really fun  it took like a month or maybe more.

here is  pictures from my stop motion booklet

here is my design

set design

my self assesment

the things that went well were well pretty much everything exept getting roz out of the crate and we waited for a long time to ask for help so next time we will ask for help sooner.




December 7

Indigenous Project

Hi everyone I am going to talk about the project the project I did with my friends  so we first got to choose a book we chose cree community here is a picture of the project we made:

The people I did it with was with my friend Lyla and my friend Samantha

our presentation worked really really well

the things that went well were like almost every thing

the things that I would want to do better next time is talk louder


December 7

Sound Unit

Hi everyone I am going to talk about the second science unit we did! the second science unit we did was sound. These are five the  properties  of sound.

1.Sound travels.

2. Sound can be reflected[it can bounce off things].

3.Sound can be absorbed [it does not bounce off some things].

4.Sound can be modified [e.g. pitch and loudness].

5. Sound is caused by vibrations .

I am going to tell you some questions my teacher asked me and I answered.

  1. Why can you hear  someone  who is in a another room?                                                                                 because sound travels. the way it travels  is because the sound reflects.
  2. Why do we hear echoes ?                                                                                                                                         we hear echoes because of a reflect wave.
  3.  In a recording studio the walls a covered in bumpy foam. why would they do this?                               because when walls are like  that the sound reflects better.
  4.    Name multiple objects we have that allow us to increase the volume of a sound .                                microphones and megaphones.

5.  Why  can we hear sounds better in air then we can  underwater?                                                                       because there is not enough air.

Did you know that dogs can hear way more sounds the humans can?

Pitch refers to how high or low a sound is. a flute makes a high pitch sound, where as a tuba makes a low pitch sound

Here is my ear

so the way I made this was I first cut out a lot of cardboard into a lot of different   shapes and sizes then I had to hot glue  the cardboard clay and stuff like that so the reason we did this was because we were learning about sound.
this is what sounds waves look like

Wave Theory: Using Sound Waves As A Metaphor For Present Circumstances - ProSoundWeb

October 31

Light unit

hi everyone I am going to tell you about the unit in science we were doing. We were investigating light like how light travels. We did 3  experiments the first one was so we had to get 4 index cards, a straw , clay and a flash light. So we poked holes in 3 of the index cards and the forth one we drew a bullseye then we had to put the flash light through the holes and make it hit the bullseye now I will show you a picture of me and my friend doing it

the next experiment we did was it was something that had to do with a pencil and a clear cup of water when we put the pencil in it looked like it broke  Pencil Water Glass Refraction Stock Photos - Free & Royalty-Free Stock Photos from Dreamstimethe last thing we did was sort of like a window so the first thing we put on it was called opaque it is something that  you can not see through    the second thing we put was called  transparent  that is something you can see through and the last thing we put was called  translucent  that is something that you can sort of see through here is mine  another thing we did was something was  called natural light VS artificial light  How Long Is a Bolt of Lightning? - Eos

Rechargeable Maglite® LED Flashlight H-7423 - Uline

I really liked this unit.  it was really fun. I don’t know what I want to improve on. everything was going well  and I am exited about what we are going to do in future.



October 31

My Recount

It was a cold and snowy morning when I awoke at 2:00 am February 28 to go to Florida. Me, my mom and my brothers got in the car and we were about 20 minutes away from the airport. The flight was at 4:00am. We all boarded the plane and off we went for three hours. I liked the plane ride. My little brother was very confused; he does not remember going on a plane to Florida. I said where we were going and he was not so confused anymore.

On and on the plane went, soon after we were in Florida. We all got out of the plane into the airport. we got into a car that was not so far away from the airport. drove another 3 hours and then we went into one of my grandparents houses. and settled in then me and my brothers ran down the street to my grandparents house and we went into their pool. The pool was big . A bit later we ran back to the house we were staying in and we went into the pool there the pool was a tiny bit bigger and then we had dinner and we ate hot dogs. Then we went to sleep. The room I slept in was white and I went to sleep slowly.