While walking at the park today, I saw this “Indiana Pineapple”. Can you guess what this really is?
Category Archives: Art work
Her Prince Never Came
For school Mom made us write a paragraph about dragons. Then she told us to draw a picture representing our ideas about dragons. Most of my paragraph was about how they were dangerous most of all to goats, sheep, and princess. So I drew a picture about how they were dangerous to the princess. (It also shows their ways of cooking).
Ice Dragon Eggs
Yesterday Mom was freezing balloons full of water to make ice candles so I decided to try a experiment. I took two water balloons and filled one up with hot water and the other with cold water and then put them in the freezer overnight. I had hoped that one ball would be clearer then the other. The experiment did not work how I wanted to though. When I removed the balloons from around the ice they looked very much alike. They were also frozen through so Mom could not put candles in them, then I had a idea.
I recently had a science experiment where I put salt on ice and the salt melted part of the ice. So I put some food coloring on top of the ice balls and then added salt. They were easy to make and looked like a ice dragon’s eggs. If you want to make some you will need:
- Balloons, any type (I used water balloon size)
- Food coloring, liquid or solid (“icing colors”), any colors
- A plastic knife if using solid food coloring
- Fill up balloons with water until desired size.
- Place in the freezer or outside (when weather is below freezing) overnight or longer until frozen through.
- Over a sink cut the balloons and peel the balloon pieces off the ice.
- If using liquid food coloring carefully drip desired colors around the top of the ice egg. (I think this will work)
- If using solid food coloring spread desired colors around the top of the ice egg with a plastic knife.
- Sprinkle salt on top of the ice egg.
- Let sit for a few minutes then put outside if cold enough or in the freezer on a pan and enjoy them.
Rufus and Friends
I have been growing garlic and onion in the house so that when it gets warmer I can replant them. The onion’s name is Rufus. The garlic on the far left is Gargon, on the near right of him is Wevil and Mite. The leaf on the right is Betle
Butterfly Horror Movies
Starring The One & Only Bob The Butterfly and also Audrey McGuire In;
Coming Soon to Milkweed Theaters Near You
Starring: Bob the Butterfly & Audrey McGuire. Co-Starring: Bob the Caterpillar, Megan McGuire, Bob the Black Swallowtail, Joyce McGuire, Ophryocystis Eleckroscirrha, Andrea McGuire & Chalcid the Wasp. Produced By; McGuire TV. Director; Adrian McGuire.
With Python (a programming language) I created a custom spiral making program. Here are some I made.
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Thor and Bubbles
Thor loves to chase bubbles!
Pictures in the Park
A few days ago Momma, Megan, and I went to the park and took pictures.
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The other day I made a pet shop out of LEGOs. You can take the roof and the top floor off. The Lego people decided they liked the rat the best and bought it.