Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Harry Potter Club

Hi! Sorry I haven’t done a post in SO LONG. Today I am doing something new though. I am going to talk about the Harry Potter Club me and my friends made up. I am totally OBSESSED with Harry Potter. Me and my friends  made this Harry Potter Club, because a lot of people in my class are really into Harry Potter. In the Club, me and my friends watch one of the movies, go over the books, dress up as the characters, and play. It is really fun. We also gave each other nicknames to remember all of us as. So far, the Harry Potter Club has met two times. The meetings are always so fun. We plan them ahead of time, so we don’t have to worry about it the day the meeting is. Well, that's all for today! Stay tuned for more Harry Potter posts!

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Review: Great Math Site

Lauren here, but today I’m not doing a how to, I’m doing a review! It’s on an educational kids program for math facts. The program is called Reflex Math, and it’s really good. It’s fun, because there is mini games, and you play by solving math facts. I personally think it’s great because it helped me a  lot with division. 
Some games are a type of race against other characters or against time. I find that makes the game fun and cool - and motivates me to try to win. Even my dad was having fun on the racing math facts game trying to beat the other characters.

So if you ever get the chance, you should try it! I would give it a ten out of ten rating!

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Earrings step by step

Earring supplies
Lauren here, and I am going to show you how to make earrings! :D 

First find these three things: Copper wire, fishhook earring wires (like these, from a local craft store) and a couple of beads, in any color you want. Once you have those things, you can start making the actual earrings.

First, you need  the copper wire and the fishhook earring wires. Cut a piece of the copper wire, about two inches long.

Next, put  the copper wire through the loop at the end of the fishhook earring wire, and bend the copper wire down at the middle and twist it about two times.

Then, take a bead and put the copper wire through the hole in the bead and push the bead up. After that, take both ends of the copper wire, and fold them up around the bead. Be careful about the sharp ends on the copper wire!

Then just do that again for the second earring, and you have a pair of earrings! 

This is what it might look like
when it's done
Thanks for reading!

Monday, February 2, 2015

Hello everyone!!

Hi! I’m Lauren, and this is my new blog. I am 8 years old, and I am into crafts and tech. I am making this blog,  so I can teach people how to do things, maybe tell some stories, and stuff like that. I hope you enjoy what I write, and maybe tell your friends about it, so they will read it. If there is something that you don’t like about my blog, feel free to tell me in the comments. Thanks for reading! Also, be sure to visit my dad’s blog.