Thursday, 14 April 2016

Super speed


By Ty, Mark and I

Popsicle stick boat

                                The Bumpy, Braking, Boat
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Caleb, Skylar and I made this boat out of Popsicle sticks hot glue and rubber bands. We tested it in the school pool.

We used 48 out of 50 sticks and 2 out of 5 rubber bands.

We made a triangle at the front so it would glide through the water.

Our boat traveled 130cm, it didn't turnout how we wanted it.

Next time I would Put more rubber bands on the motors.

 After it had been in the water it fell to bits it was quite funny  







Liam's Anzac Assignment

  George Herbert Lyford
                                   1874-1917
     
                             NZ Rifle Brigade
Born:  He was born in Kaikoura on 29 September 1874  
Education: He moved on to a farm in the Otorohanga district. At his enlistment on 27 June 1916, when he put his age down to appear less than 40 years of age, George described himself as a farmer who had been employed by the Waitomo County Council.
Army Information:  Further training followed at Sling Camp on the Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, until 1 March 1917 when George was deployed to France via √Čtaples. On 4 October 1917, the New Zealand Division took part in the Third Battle of Ypres, and it was on the first day of that battle that Private George Lyford was killed in action in Belgium. He was 43 years old.

Liam M

Tuesday, 5 April 2016

Popsicle Stick Tower

Goal Post Tower


Mark Seager, Liam McPherson.
Height : 720mm

Our tower passed the success criteria, it was able to hold 1 kg, withstand fan speed and it had a working elevator.
Next time, if we were to change something, we would make it taller.

I think we worked well as a group.