Monday, 21 May 2018

Microscope In Science

For science lesson we put our selves into pairs and got given a microscope that we had to connect into the wall piece. Our first step was to grab a slide which is a little rectangular shaped  glass that has a little dip in the middle of the centre. In the centre of the slide we use a pipette that is used to transform a source of liquid into the little dip that is found in the centre of a slide. We then place the slide onto the microscope machine that then can show us the little bacteria found in the liquid source. On the left side is a photograph that represents what we saw through the microscope.


I think that is it was fun doing this with my friends, and I learnt a lot about MRS C GREN. MRS C GREN stands for an acronym often used to help remember all the necessary features of living organisms: Movement, Respiration, Sensitivity, Growth, Reproduction, Excretion and Nutrition. None living things can not do all of the the things that it says in MRS C GREN. The people that help me with this is my two friends Kalo and Henrietta.