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Article posted June 14, 2011 at 07:27 PM GMT • comment • Reads 39


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For the past couple of weeks we have been working on a special art project called “Hiding in the Art Room.” During this project we took pictures of our selves in different positions, to look as if we are hiding somewhere. Then we chose a place to hide and took a photo of it.



The next week we worked on cutting out ourselves, and pasting them onto the second picture that we took. We were allowed to change our sizes, and put ourselves in different positions so it looked as if we were hiding.



 



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Article posted December 21, 2010 at 06:34 PM GMT • comment • Reads 34

The eye is a very interesting part of your body. In science we learned a lot of things about the eye that I didn't know before. Did you know that your eye actually sees everything upside down? Well it does. The reason you see right side up is because your brain turns the image the for you. Your iris is also a muscle that opens and closes your pupil to let in certain amounts of light. The inside of your eye is mainly clear jelly, which is very watery. The clear jelly holds up your eye, because without it your eyes would sink into your skull.





 

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Article posted December 3, 2010 at 06:29 PM GMT • comment • Reads 32

The warm, golden sunshine poured down onto the glistening blue water, and the pure white sand. A few people were scattered along the beach, soaking up the sunshine. The clear water felt cool against my skin, while the rays of sunshine baked my shoulders. I waded deeper into the the smell of salt filling my nose. my eyes stung I ducked into the water. Young turtles poked their heads out of the water, making small ripples as they submerged back under the water. The sky was cloudless, and the seen in front of me was picturesque. All I wanted to do was stay in that moment forever.

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