Federal laws. They're not the only kind. There are natural laws, like the Law of Gravity. Who voted on that law? Nobody! It's a law of nature. Some people break federal laws, like speeding. You can't break Gravity. Every time you drop a ball it will fall down. Not up, down. Gravity is unbreakable.
Scientific laws are just describing science. Many scientists discover brilliant things because of one person, like Newton and Einstein. Very rarely scientific laws do change because scientists find information that is more accurate and sensible. Natural laws are mostly written in math equations. This way it is easier for scientists to compute their experiments.
Archimede's Principle: If you fill a tub to the edge with water, when you put an object in the water, the equal amount to the mass of the object will overflow out of the tub.
I like this narration. I can tell by the sentences that she was trying to summarize paragraphs. This is a great exercise and can be difficult. My favorite part is the point she makes about scientific laws. We will have a bit of discussion to clarify that scientific laws never change, but man's understanding of them changes, and then man needs to bring his definition of the law into harmony with the actual law. I also think she needs a better definition of natural law than she comprehended in this reading, so I will bring that to her attention next week.
She misspelled four words: they're, experiments, accurate and equations. I corrected them here for ease of reading. These words, along with any others she misspelled last week in written narrations, will be her spelling list for next week. She will study the correct spelling until she can visualize it correctly with her eyes closed. Then I will have her run around the outside of the house singing a song and after that I will give her a spelling test. If she misspells them again, they go on the list again.