Guess what? Yesterday was my science fair! I was too tired when I got home (it was about 8 p.m. when I dragged my poster into the computer) so I couldn't write this blog post right away.
I had set up my poster board and my marble run out on the table. I waited for the judges to come... Then they came! I began presenting my project: "Marbles and marble runs are toys that kids like to play with. Everyone knows..."
The judges looked very happy. They tooks some notes while hope arose in me.
After that I went to check out the other posters. There was a poster about penny batteries, exploding CO2, a brownie survey, and more cool stuff. In the back of the gym I saw a guy presenting real human organs. There was a heart, some lungs, and two brains. (Yes, I really said that.) My cousin just loved that. He touched each and every one of those organs. But everyone else was probably saying, "Eew!"
The competition was divided by grade levels. So there was a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place for each level. If there were four grade levels competing (5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade) there would be four 1st places, four 2nd places, and four 3rd places.
After a cool presentation on the gym stage about the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, my science teachers announced the Awards Ceremony.
I will win, no I won't, if I don't win, she should win, I should win, no I won't, yes I will, nope, yeah, nope yeah...
"The Science Fair was sponsored by [blahblahblah]." I forgot the names of the places, but I did hear that a smoothie shop was one of those sponsors. "It was also sponsored by..." Oh just skip that part, I wanna hear the winners!
"We will start with 5th grade." I will so not win this, but I will! "Third place is Rachel Ng."
I won't say who else won because I want to protect their privacy, but I sure was happy with the prizes. I got $5 in cash, a certificate, a coupon for a smoothie shop (the one who sponsored us!), and some candies. Wait a minute, I have to do my homework! See ya and bye! (I will add to my science fair page later.)
I'm a homeschooling kid who likes science and nature, particularly birds. I would like to be an artist or scientist (or maybe a fiction writer?) when I grow up.
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