Kinderkids, I love this song, don’t you? Maybe you could tell the world about your favorite dinosaur we’ve learned about on our blog. Be sure to tell us what the dinosaur’s name is, what he likes to eat, and why he is your favorite. Thanks for visiting!!
ACROSS THE ADVISORY AREA… ACCUMULATIONS BY SATURDAY MORNING SHOULD RANGE FROM AROUND 2 INCHES IN THE VALLEYS TO 6 INCHES ON THE RIDGE TOPS. THE WEIGHT OF THE SNOW MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO TREE LIMBS AND POTENTIAL POWER OUTAGES. IF THIS BECOMES IMMINENT… THIS ADVISORY WILL BE UPGRADED TO A WINTER STORM WARNING.
After our science experiment last week with Mr. L’s light sticks, I found this video. Steve Spangler and his friends actually take a light stick apart. Now we can see more clearly how the two chemicals in a light stick are kept apart. Do you remember when I first gave you your lightsticks and we turned out the lights only to find that they didn’t glow? We had to break the tiny tube inside to make our chemicals mix. Then we shook our glow sticks to mix the chemicals together even more. The only thing that this video is missing are the ways to speed up and slow down that reaction. Do you remember what we used to do that?