My name is Samara and my nickname is Samsters.
My skin is pale like a light-coloured wood.
My eyes are a blue-green like the beach-water on a clear and clean day.
My hair is a curly mixture of golds and peanuts, usually brushed down.
I am warm and bubbly, but sometimes I get a little worked up and spill my energy everywhere.
People like me because I’m smily and cheerful. My favourite saying is: “This is random, but…”, making me a very unique and random person.
This is my water cycle picture below. Sorry that it is hard to see! The first step of the water process is evaporation. The main energy source is the sun up in the top right corner. The sun’s head trail down into all bodies of water and start to heat up the water. After the water gets to a certain temperature, it starts to evaporate. It then changes from the liquid state as water to the gas state of water vapor. The water vapor starts to rise into the higher altitude, it get colder in temperature until it forms balls otherwise known as clouds. The step of the cycle is called condensation. More and more water vapor comes into the clouds, until the cloud can’t support and hold anymore water vapor. Next happens precipitation. The water vapor will come down, out of the clouds into the warmer temperature. It will come down in four main forms: rain, snow, hail and sleet. If there is a rainstorm, then the rain will fall onto hills or mountains and become known as runoff because it basically runs off the hill or mountain into a body of water. As it runs along, the soil will soak up little bits of it, so it won’t flood the body of water once it comes down. In the top left corner, there is a mountain with arrows coming off it. This represents sublimation, when there is snow or ice that is so cold, it goes from solid form into gas form and kind of floats off the surface. I also drew a little man who is sweating and urinating to show two other sources of evaporation. Thank you for reading!
I could use this blog to show my learnings in science. I could also write about labs and activities from class. For example, I could put pictures and what our class has done in a specific lab that I would need to remember clearly. I could also look back on previous labs, learnings and activities if I have an assessment or test coming up and I need to review for.