Sci.4: Mad Hatters


4th Grade Science: Properties and Phases of Matter


Mad Hatter
Lauren

My favorite science experiment was when we made a hat out of stuff that we might have found in our lunchbox. First we had to test which supplies were the most the soft and absorbent. Some of the supplies were paper plates, paper towel, tin foil, paper bag, string, and a rubber band. We had to have a part to keep the sun out of our eyes, cover our head, and block the sun from our neck and shoulders. It was awesome how you could make a hat out of those supplies.


Mad Hatter And Batteries
Ashlyn

A few days ago we did a HAT made from some supplies from a lunch box that floated on to the island that you were trapped on. When we made that hat we only had a few things to protect our skin. The Items were a string, rubber band, tinfoil, paper plate, paper bag, and clothes pins. We needed to know the properties of the items so our hat would protect us from the sun!.




Mad hatter
Drew

My favorite science experiment was the mad hatter. The materials were paper plates and tinfoil and paper towel and paper bag and rubber band and string.  We figured out which one was  absorbent.  The paper towel was absorbent. We needed it next to our skin.  Next we paste the hat together.  Then we showed our hat to each other.  Flay we took a picture. Next we had to go back to the classroom.

Mad Hatter
Sarah

               We were in science and watching a video about are new lesson. As we watched we saw a crashing bout. Then help was coming in a week but they were stranded on a island. A lunch bag washed up with paper plate,paper towel, tin foil, paper bag, rubber band, string, and two clothing pins a napkin to. Then we had to make a hat that protected you from the sun and sweat. So once we made are hat we showed them off and that was it.





Not just Any Hats
Libby

In science we made hats, And these aren't just any hats these are hats made out of 2 clips,1 rubber band,1 peice of string, 1 peice of paper towel,1 peice of tin foil,,a paper plate and,a brown paper bag. The story was that we got stranded on a hot, hot island with only items from a lunch box that washed up on shore. You had to make it so it could absorb sweat was waterproof and had a shady rim. My hat was kind of crazy. This was my favorite Science experiment because you could use your imagination.


Mad hatter
Taryn

My two favorite science activities are mad hatter and more matter. Mad hatter is when we made hats out of supplies from a lunch box that washed up on the beach. The supplies were paper towel, tin foil, paper plate, string, close pin, and a rubber band. I used the paper plate for the main hat. Then I used the close pin to hold the string on and held on the tin foil that held the paper towel on. More matter is where we put syrup, water,,and oil the oil sat on top and on top of the water. The water sat under the oil and on top of the syrup. The syrup at the bottom...Taryn 

My favorite science experiment
Peyton

My fourth grade class made hats out of things that came out of a lunch box like a napkin,,tinfoil, rubber band, string, plate and close pins. Then we started our hats and it took about 1hour to make them..then we shared about how it would block the sun, rain and things like that. That was my experience making the hats. Peyton

Mad hatter
Drew

My favorite science experiment was the mad hatter. The materials were paper plates and tinfoil and paper towel and paper bag and rubber band and string.  We figured out which one was  absorbant.  The paper towel was absorbant.We needed it next to our skin.  Next we pest the hat to gather.  Then we shad other hat to each other.  Flay we took a picture. Next we had to go back to the class room.

Mad hatter
Landon

 We had a science experiment on making hats. I made a hat that looked weird but cool. We watched a video we are pretending to be on a hot island to build a hat. We built a hat to block sun burn,to be soft,after that we put tin foil to block the sun burn,we put a paper towel for soaking sweat, then a paper plate for a sun to be out of your eyes.

Mad hatter
Jesse

We were pretending  that  we were stranded on a Island. We needed know what propirties of the material  make a hat that way we could survive. And all we had was everything in our lunch box. Which was tin foil paper towel And close pins. Then we made a cool hats.

Making Hats
Kylie

My favorite science experiment is when we had to make  a hat out of paper plate, paper towel, tinfoil, paper bag, rubber band, and string. It was awesome because we had to make it were it blocked the sun and a soke up sweat. A lot of people had a cool hat the were all different. I loved that experience of doing that it was tricky for a minute intell you fingered out what you were doing.


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