Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Photosynthesis πŸƒ




              

our new blog is all about photosynthesis.

how the photosynthesis works:

the photosynthesis  is the process that makes trees and other plants meaningful for us. It's like a coop game, we (humans and animals) give the plants CO2 and the plants give us O2. But not only our normal CO2 usage (without cars and stuff) is enough for air filtration. The plants also need sunlight and water. the plant's leaves absorb water, CO2 and light and put it into their chloroplasts.
Chloroplasts are small organelles inside the plant. Then all 3 ingredients are transformed into glucose and O2 (oxygen). The plant keeps glucose and lets the O2 free because the plant doesn't need the O2 and we breath it in and CO2 out. So it's an endless circle but we stop that endless circle when we chop more and more trees. The photosynthesis is vital for all of us so remember to be green, stop chopping trees, don't eat stuff containing palm oil and be fair to nature.😊

Bildergebnis fΓΌr leaf gif
Thanks for reading

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

Our garden project

🌳🌼🌳Our garden project🌳🌼🌳  


 This year we finally started our garden project in our school.
With my classmates, some parents and  teachers I collect plans and ideas, what we could do with the garden. 


That's the small garden with a small compost heap, a beet and herbage.
     We organised 20 palettes which are now in our backyard. We have also ideas what we can do with them.                   
For example one idea is that we could build a "couch" for the older ones that we can use in the break.
In the garden next to our school we've already built a construction for the younger ones.
Here my classmates and me sow seeds. It's finally starting to grow!
    
  😜🌻By Linus Ritsch🌻😜







Thursday, 18 October 2018

magic mushroom

This Blog is about our last topic mushrooms.

-But at first, what is a mushroom?
 Do you know it?
 We know the answer. 

Yesterday we learned that mushrooms aren't plants or animals because they are their own kind of     creature.
Do you know that in 1983 the Eiffel Tower needed to close because there were too many bad mushrooms on the tower and do you know that mushrooms communicate and trade with trees. They give the trees phosphor and get sugar in return. The researchers only knew this kind of communication system since recent years.

The real mushrooms are under the earth.
When you collect mushrooms you shouldn't root mushrooms up because when you do this, the mushroom dies but if you cut it with a knife the mushroom can live again.


 -Types of  mushrooms                                                               
                                                                                  
Bildergebnis fΓΌr pilze hochformatBildergebnis fΓΌr higher and lower mushrooms                                                                               


                                                                                        We hope you enjoyed our mushroom

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                                                                                        by E & C

Wednesday, 10 October 2018

The camping trip



   The first day!

On Thursday we left super excited πŸ˜€ for a camping trip to Kobersdorf. At first we quickly built up the tents and then we put the equipment into them. Afterwards we went to a lake where we enjojed a delicious lunch. After that we played hide and seek around the lake. A little while later we had a meeting to discuss the float we were about to build. We did that with Gerhard. Our materials were six barrels, two long strains, four short strains and ropes. After we built the raft we took it and rowed with it on the lake. Suddenly several kids fell into the water. One kid said: ,,This is like the Titanic!"After we did that we played funny games. Then we went to dinner. When we were finished  we went back in the darkness to the camping area.
When we were there we made a campfire and ate sweets and nachos. Horror stories πŸ˜±πŸ˜ˆπŸ‘» we told too (and one girl was so scared that she couldn't sleep for the rest of the night). At nine p.m we went into our tents.

    The second day!

In the freezing morning we ate breakfast. We had bread and muesli but we had to eat the muesli in a cup. Afterwards we lit up a campfire because it was so cold and we discussed which activities we would do today. Then we went on a funny scavenger hunt. We got a list with many missions. We had to find four different fruits and three different leaves and more stuff like this. Our checkpoint was the landmark. At the crossroads we went to the lake where we ate lunch. After lunch we could play until we went to dinner. Afterwards we went back to the camping area and we made a campfire again. At eleven p.m we were very tired 😴 and went back to the tents.

The last day!

The last day wasn't exciting. We took our tents apart, ate breakfast, had lunch, went back and drove by bus back to school. When we were there we were all happy 😊 to see our parents.




Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Celts and trees

Yesterday in History we learned about Celts and trees  
(what a surprise that we learned yet again about trees)


We interviewed some students about their project day yesterday:

sir_puppet: "Hey Tizian what did you learn yesterday?"
Tizian: "About nationality, Celts, iron and our Celtic tree horoscope. So we talked about Celts and their culture and we all had trees with our birthdays. For example the weeping willow for the 1st-10th of March and the 3rd-12th of September. The weeping willow is artistic and loves the beauty in all forms and has got two souls in one body – one is dreamy and the other is lyrical.

sir_puppet: "Was it fascinating?"
Tizian: "Yes it was very cool!"

sir_puppet: "And you? What do think about yesterday?"
Tim:"It was cool."
sir_puppet:"What was cool?"
Tim"The coolest thing yesterday was the second unit. We heard a story and then we had to write a story on our own. Then we got a plant. It was very cool."

Wednesday, 26 September 2018

parts of a tree and tree structure




The tree has got five layers.


🌲The first layer is called bark.🌳

The bark protects the tree from environmental influences, such as strong sunlight, cold, heat, fungal and insect infestation.  
🌳The second layer is called bast🌲

The bast or inner bark supplies the tree with nutrients. The bast dies relatively quickly and turns into cork and then into bark.


🌲The third layer is called cambium.🌳

The cambium is a thin cell layer, which is actually the growing part of the tree. This is controlled by plant hormones, which are formed in spring in the leaf buds of the branch tips. bark and wood.


 πŸŒ³The fourth layer is called sap wood.🌲

The sap wood represents the water pipes of the tree, which sweetens the crown space. With the formation of new sap wood rings, the inner rings lose their function and become heart wood. 

🌲And the most inner layer is called heart wood. 🌳











The heart wood is the main element of the tree. It may be considered as a support framework consisting of hollow, needle-like cellulose fibers held together by chemical glue, lignin.  🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲🌳🌲




by Paul and Raphael 



project day diary

Yesterday, on September 25th we had our school-project-day.
At first we had ex-cathedra teaching about the history of trees.
After this we did worksheets about how we can find out how old things are. 
For example: It is possible to find out and proof the age of items and also trees. 

At the end of our school day we met another teacher and two other parents who talked about our garden project.
In  this project we had the task to renew our available garden to get a retreat or playground for us and the other older kids.
This garden is also a place were we can plant trees and flowers to get fruits from the trees and to have a beautiful time in the garden.

To sum up, yesterday we learned many things about the past and how we know when things happened.


by E & C 🌳