# Blog Post #9

hiya Georgie’s

I know it’s crazy, it is my last blog post, I know I’m shedding a couple tears maself no doubt a bout it so is you. Scooby Dooby doo yabba dabba doo. Sorry gotta little carried away there. Tech this year has been soooooo fun. I have been making flashlights and learning about atoms. My favorite part was definitely the flashlight.

Signing Off

Bye Mr Calvert

# Blog Post #8

Howdy Partner,

This is blog post numero 8 because 8 it is my favorite number. There are soldering irons they should terrify you because they sure do terrify me. Number 8 is by far my favorite number. The soldering irons is like metal glue, That was a good one, gimme a fist bump, ok back to the topic. When you put solder on the soldering iron it melts allowing to steeck to what you are trying to solder. And I used it to keep my circuit teegother.

See ya later alligator.🧐

# Final Light Bulb- Tech Post #7

ok squad, what’s up my guyssss.

So today I finish quarter 2 and I need 3 more blog post. I know it is crazy. I will write about Mr Calvert. There is small guy called Bob and everyone loves squeezing him because he is soft. There are 3 drill presses that I used for the flashlight to make the switch and light bulb hole. Part 2 coming soon

See ya later cowboys.

# Tech post #6 – Diagrams

In tech we are making flashlights out of pipes and wires but first before we can actually start to make it we have to make diagrams. The diagrams are very important in making the flashlights because everything has to be exactly right. First you measure the pipes you are going to use and draw them to scale on your diagram, then comes the hard part. You have to measure what size the wires need to be in order to fit in the pipe so you have to measure that to scale and draw it, then you have to put a switch, battery and LED light bulb which is your circuit that will light up the light bulb.

Ryan,

# Tech post #5

2 weeks ago we started working on a project where we make circuits that all lead to a LED light bulb. There had to b e a switch on it so we can turn it on and off, for example you could put a concudctive piece of tin foil and wrapped it around a piece of cardboard. Then you wrap it around another piece beneath it and connect it to your circuit and press the peices of tin foil together lighting up the light bulb.

Ryan,