The difference between W.E.D

Screenshot 2015-10-26 at 1.37.44 PMScreenshot 2015-10-26 at 1.26.41 PMWeathering is the breaking down of rocks, soil, and minerals. They simply just break down into smaller bits and pieces.

Screenshot 2015-10-26 at 1.40.43 PMScreenshot 2015-10-26 at 1.31.55 PMA type of weathering in which surface soil and rock are worn away through the action of glaciers, water and,wind.

Screenshot 2015-10-26 at 1.43.27 PM Screenshot 2015-10-26 at 1.44.24 PMDeposition is the laying down of sediment carried by wind, water, or ice. Sediment can be transported as pebbles, sand & mud, or as salts dissolved in water.


Roaring Excitement

Wouldn’t you like to see actual volcanoes erupt while learning many things? Well, that’s why I think Hawaii’s National volcano park would be an exalted trip for us 6th graders. The National volcano park in Hawaii would be an exciting learning experience.

An unbelievable educational experience is coming your way. Perhaps watching a volcano erupt right in front of you is on your wish list, Well you can mark this one off at Hawaii’s National Volcano Park. This stunning place has two of the worlds most active volcanoes.

Another fascinating thing about this place, is that they have one of the world’s most massive single mountains. Of course, this place has stunning cultural sites. Visiting this place would provide us with an unbelievable amount of education. This field trip would also be very exciting.

Just consider actually seeing a volcano erupt. Now wouldn’t that be the highlight of your day? Well they have many eruptions every month. They just recently had one may 3rd of 2015. Another eye-popping thing is that they have an underground lava tube, just consider red lava flushing through 100s of years ago. Now wouldn’t you want to have an exciting time that fills your head with knowledge too? Well, that’s just what Hawaii’s national volcano park has in store for you.

On your mark get set GO!

The light flashed green
all the racers sped
were the sounds of people getting hit
faster and faster
around and around
the light turned red
everyone stopped
we moved on to the next go-cart race.

Covered in a white blanket

My arm fired back
with all my might
I pegged the snowball
Again, again and again
over,over and over again
the snowball splattered
right in her face
redness filled her cheeks
I was suddenly covered
In white icy snow
that was left from endless snow balls hitting me.