H6 W17 – Three Great Greek Characters

Three Great Greek Characters – History Week 17 Review In today’s essay, I’m supposed to summarize the lives of three great Greek characters, of whom I chose a philosopher, a mathematician, and a scientist. The Philosopher was named Aristotle, who was born in Stagirus, Chalcidice.  He was never really a citizen, despite living near Athens most of his life.  His father was a court doctor … Continue reading H6 W17 – Three Great Greek Characters

Calling all chefs!

Don’t forget about my cooking science! here’s some links to the recipes if you want to make ’em. Carrots and Sunflower Salad Sliced Baked Potato Healthy Potato Chips Homemade Applesauce Pico de Gallo (salsa) Coleslaw Orange and Onion Salad Peach Cobbler Smoothie Garlic Tomatoes Three annoying smoothies Green Goblin Smoothie Cinnamon tea Baguettes Hot Cross Buns Monkey Bread* Treacle Tarts*   *I still have these … Continue reading Calling all chefs!

H6 W17 – Three Great Greek Characters?

In today’s essay, I’m supposed to summarize the lives of three great Greek characters, of whom I chose a philosopher, a mathematician, and a scientist. The Philosopher was named Aristotle, who was born in Stagirus, Chalcidice.  He was never really a citizen, despite living near Athens most of his life.  His father was a court doctor (or physician), and Aristotle therefore could join Plato’s Academy, … Continue reading H6 W17 – Three Great Greek Characters?

H6 W16 – Summary of a Greek Myth

In the past week, I have been learning about Greek culture. Today’s essay is on Greek myths, or, more specifically, a summary of one. So…Here goes nothing! A long, long time ago, a young boy named Jason was sent off to the centaur Chiron, half-horse and half-man. He was then raised by Chiron because his real father had been killed by his uncle and the … Continue reading H6 W16 – Summary of a Greek Myth

Science Lesson 128 – On-Camera Flash – Sorry about the lateness!!

On-camera Flash – Lesson 128 All cameras have a flash, that’s assured. DSLRs have a pop-up flash on top, Digitals have a built-in switch on flash, phones have a built-in flash next to the lens.   However, only DSLRs have the option of an on-camera flash.   These flashes are not built-in, and all that’s needed is a DSLR camera with an on-camera flash option.  Pretty much … Continue reading Science Lesson 128 – On-Camera Flash – Sorry about the lateness!!