There are horrifying things happening in the world to animals and people. Some of those people are kids like you. That’s why we have humane ed classes every Thursday to learn about things that are inhumane that are happening in other countries, or maybe even right around the corner. As you know, our play was a fundraiser for special animal adoption groups because we learned that millions of animals are euthanized every year. And is it the poor animal’s fault that their life may end because they are euthanized? And that’s not all. Kids our age are forced to work in dangerous conditions for many hours but earn little pay. Can you imagine working in a factory with huge machines and unclean air that can make you sick?
YAY! Let’s give a round of applause for Yae-Eun Kim! Our class’s story telling finalist and the first place winner in the school story telling contest!! Congratulations Yae-Eun on your excellent performance! We know how hard you worked to memorize your story and you deserved to win first place.
Reduce, reuse and recycle. We got a visit from John and Robbie from Grow NYC. Some things we learned at the assembly were that: “If you can rip it, you can recycle it.” Also, you can recycle bottles that have necks that are smaller than their bodies. You can not recycle things that have food stains on them like paper plates that have oil from pizza or any other foods. Just remember, “If you can rip it, you can recycle it!”
We’re preparing for the state tests, which will be harder than ever this year. Put your studying hats on because we’re going to be practicing for the state tests for 2 months in our test prep books. We have to work our hardest to get good marks on these tests, because as we said it is harder than ever. So, stop fooling around and start studying!
Fantastic beasts, unimaginable happenings, magic all in a book. What kind of book is this? It’s A FANTASTIC FANTASY! It could be magical happenings in this everyday world, a trip to a magical world or living in a magical world. We are having book clubs and discussing our characters, their powers, new creatures introduced and the awesomeness of reading these books. So, start reading and start thinking! REMEMBER: DO NOT READ AHEAD OR YOUR CHARACTER WILL COME AFTER YOU. (Just kidding, but don’t read ahead)
A B C D E F G- Stop singing and start writing the Pictionary! What Pictionary? The Pictionary for the INCA WEBQUEST OF COURSE! We’re studying the Incan culture and everything about it. Government, Food, Arts and Crafts, Religion, Legends and Transportation. After you gather all your information, it’s time to make a legend, a Pictionary and answer some basic questions!
GET READY FOR THE REST OF THE YEAR! More homework, more humane ed classes, more fun projects, and tons of more school fun!