Wednesday, November 14, 2007

How to make a wooden go kart?

What do you need :
4 wheels

Once you have this materials you can start to designing. After you done that you can start making the kart. If you are little you need someone that know how to make a go kart.

First step you must mesure how long and thick the wood is.

Second step you must make a list what are you going to do.

Third step attach the woods to make the body.

Step four start attaching chair an the wheels.

Done, now you can play with it in the hill but becarefull.

Thank you

Saturday, November 10, 2007

My Reflection

Theme: How we express ourself.
Title: I believe, you believe.
Central idea: The belief asnd cultures are conveyed throught ritual, the arts and the way people live their lives.

Reflection: In the 'our belief' I thought I was a thinker because I needed to remember my beliefs in the past. When I was little I believe that my dog can protect me and my toy can play with me.
In the Beatrix Potter I thought I was a thinker because I need to make an introductory paragraph and post t to my blog. We must watch the movie about her and post it.

We went to a field trip to Cathedral and Istikal. Bothe places were very big. We really enjoy it.I think I was inquirers because I asked many question.
In the expo I thought I was a risk-taker because I try something new and learned about other religion. Our stand is always full.
In the Haiku ''Gods love'' I was a thinker because I really think to make this haiku.
At the religion project I did many things in my blog with many-many words. I think I am thinker because I think very hard.

Friday, November 2, 2007

What am I going to do in the expo?

What I am going to do in the expo to make a model of the serpent. I am going to make it with card board and make it in to thick by sticking the cardboard to other cardboard until it is thick. I am going to find more information and the map.

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Beatrix Potter

Do you think animals can behave like humans? Is your imagination deep? If not , read this and you will know more about Beatrix Potter. She was the creator of Peter Rabbit.

She thought her drawings could really behave like humans. She also talked with her own drawings. Her books were really famous. Her family was a rich family. She drew from when she was little until she was an adult.

She met Mr.Warne the publisher of her book. Mr.Warne wanted to marry her ,but her mother did no allowed her. She wrote letters to Mr.Warne, but when she wrote the letters nobody answered. She was panicked, but when she arrived there she is to late because he had died.She bought tophill farm. She met her old friend called Willie.

She wanted to marry him.So they married her, and they bought more farm. She keeps drawing and drawing.The live happily ever after.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Where is shinto?


This is the symbol of shinto. it is called tori . Tori mean the shrine of God.

Shinto, in Japanese means the way of the gods, Japanese cult and religion, was originating in prehistoric times, and dwell in an important national position for long periods in the history of Japan, even in recent times. During its early period, the body of religious belief and practice called Shinto was without a name and had no fixed dogma, moral precepts, or sacred writings. Worship centered on a vast pantheon of spirits, or kami, mainly divinities personifying aspects of the natural world, such as the sky, the earth, heavenly bodies, and storms. Rites included prayers of thanksgiving; offerings of valuables, such as weapons and armor and, especially, cloth; and purification from crime and ruining.

In the late 6th century ad the name Shinto was created for the native religion to differentiate it from Buddhism and Confucianism, which had been introduced from China. Shinto was rapidly overshadowed by Buddhism, and the native gods were generally regarded as manifestations of Buddha in a previous state of existence.
Buddhist priests became the guardians of Shinto shrines and introduced their own ornaments, images, and ritual. At the end of the 8th and the beginning of the 9th centuries, the celebrated Japanese teacher KÅ«kai, or (posthumously) Kobo Daishi, established a doctrine uniting Buddhism and Shinto under the name of Ryobu Shinto (Japanese, “the Shinto of two kinds”).

In the new religion, Buddhism dominated Shinto, and elements were adopted from Confucianism. The ancient practice of Shinto proper close to disappeared and was maintained only at a few great shrines and in the imperial palace, although the emperors themselves had become Buddhists. The typically Shinto priests became fortune-tellers and magicians.
Beginning in the 18th century, Shinto was recharged as an important national religion through the writings and teachings of a succession of notable scholars, including Mabuchi, Motoori Norinaga, and Hirata Atsutane. Motivated by nationalistic sentiments that took the form of reverence for Japanese antiquity and hatred for ideas and practices of foreign origin, these men prepared the way for the disestablishment of Buddhism and the adoption of Shinto as the state religion. In 1867 the shogunate was defeated, and the emperor was restored to the head of the government. According to revived Shinto doctrine, the sovereignty of the emperor was exercised by divine right through his reputed descent from the sun goddess Amaterasu Omikami, who is considered the founder of the Japanese nation.

Related beliefs included the doctrines that the Japanese were superior to other peoples because of their descent from the gods, and that the emperor was destined to rule over the entire world. Until the defeat of Japan in World War II, these beliefs were of the extreme importance in assuring popular support for the military expansion of the Japanese Empire. open at 20 September

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Beatrix potter

Is your imagination deep? Do you belive that animals can talk? If not, you should buy Beatrix potter's book called the peter the rabbit. This book will make your imagination deeper. It is also interesting because it is cool that animals can talk too and behave like humans. Her drawing is very good and she do it by herself.

Friday, September 14, 2007

What is God?

God is the creator of all people, earth and even the whole space! He is more then perfect.He can heal any dangereus sickness. God is protecting us now. He is giving one and only son, Jesus. God is now in heaven , looking at us. I belive in him because he is the almighty God and I am thankful for creating the earth and all the people. We can talk to him by praying from your heart not only when sombody ask you too. This is my belief to God.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Picture of the shrine

My reflection abuot UOI

The human body is designed for movement in work and play and can be affected by a variety of things. The dissection of chicken wing was interesting because I haven't done that and it was fun to find the muscles.In ths activity I was caring because I help Ristia and I was a thinker because I though where were the tondon and ligaments.The bone experiment was quite
interesting because I can see the difference between the salt , vinegar and water.Inthis activity I thought I was an inquirer because I asked may question to my teacher and I was principled because my teacher told us not to touch and I didn't touch it.

The group presentation was interesting because I got information of muscles.I was a communicator because I spoke clearly so the students can understand me and I was a risk-taker baceuse I not shy to said my lines not like in grade one.

My belive when I was young

I used to belive that my pokemon to can talk to me,and its trying to talk to talk to me everyday and my dog has super powers so it can protect me from any danger.
That is my belive when I was young.

Friday, September 7, 2007

Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Wednesday, August 29, 2007

The Digestive System

I am a sandwich which has an important role. As a food, I know I have to be bitten by someone. Now, I need to enter a body and join his digestive system. I know why he eats me because he has to give something important to his body.
Anyways, what is digestion? Digestion is the breaking down of food into forms that human bodies can use. The bodies use food as fuel to provide energy for work, play and growth. The digestive system is responsible for converting the foods that human eat into energy for bodies to use.

Ouch!!! I am bitten off by his teeth. I am in his mouth and he starts chewing me now. The digestion begins by breaking down of food into small molecules. The teeth help to break the food apart, saliva helps to soften the food and his tongue helps to push the food into his throat when he ready to swallow. It means I am in the mechanical breakdown, plus some chemical (because it uses ptyalin, enzyme in saliva).

After being chewed, food is forced into the rest of the digestive tract by swallowing me. The tongue and the floor of the mouth rise, squeezing food into a muscular tube called the esophagus. I slide down the esophagus with the help of mucle contraction, peristalsis. Peristalsis is the name given to the wave-like contraction. If human tries to talk while swallowing food may enter the respiratory passages and a cough reflex expels.

After moving through the 25 cm length of the esophagus, the bites of me reach the stomach. It is J- shaped bag, left side, just below the heart. Here, I temporarily stored. The principal activity is to begin the digestion of protein. The stomach makes digestive juices (acids and enzymes) that help to break me down into a thick liquid or paste. This thick liquid or paste is called chyme. The stomach is a muscular organ that is able to move in order to mix the food with digestive juices. I remain in the stomach for about two hours.

The small intestine
After leaving the stomach the piece of me enters the small intestine. It is a 20-25 foot tube that is coiled up in human abdomen. The most important part of digestion takes place in the small intestine. As the thick liquid food paste travels through small intestine, the nutrients (vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates and fats) are absorbed by millions of tiny finger-like objects called villi and sent into bloodstream where the nutrients can travel to all the body cells. The liver and gallbladder help digest fats in foods. Liver also helps body store extra food that it cannot use right away. Pancreas creates the chemical insulin to help body use sugar. There†are†some†leftovers that get to the end of small intestine. The leftovers go into your large intestine.

Large Intestine
The undigested food enters the large intestine as a liquid paste. In the large intestine water is removed from the liquid paste turning what is left into solid waste. The solid waste then collects in the rectum at the end of the large intestine and will finally leave the body through an opening called the anus.

The Fact

1. Biting into a sandwich and chewing it begins its physical breakdown. Chewing not only makes the sandwich easier to swallow, but also increases the surface area of the food so that digestive enzymes can come into contact with more of the food.

2. As the food travels through our digestive system, a journey of more than 8 m.

3. The liver stores and regulates the levels of food molecules in the blood.

4. The oesophagus is a long tube that runs from the mouth to the stomach.

5. Peristalsis is the name given to the wave-like contraction, which also happen in the stomach and the rest of the digestive tract.

6. Saliva is produced by salivary glands that lying in and near the mouth.

7. The salivary glands increase their saliva production before we eat.

8. Saliva plays an important role in digestion; to moisten and lubricates food, making it easier to swallow.

9. HOW LONG ARE OUR INTESTINES? At least 25 feet in an adult.

10. When we eat, our body digests the food so our cells can use it to make energy.


Saturday, August 25, 2007

My clock

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

My Holiday

Last holiday, I went to Singapore to have fun with my family there.I stayed in Singapore for 3 days. I saw Raymond there, too. Raymond and me bought transformers gadget in Takashimaya in Ngee Ann City Mall. The next day I went to have a dinner in Newtown Circus with Raymond. We had a really fun time in Singapore.

But, we had to go back to Indonesia. It is so sad. It is happy also to go home because I have missed my bed.

This is my holiday, time to be together with my family.

Sunday, August 19, 2007


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