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teacher: Mrs. B (Grade 5 - 2012-2013)

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Article posted April 9, 2013 at 03:05 PM GMT+2 • comment • Reads 223

Mrs. B was the best substitute, making us wright how terrible she was made me sad. How fun she made the class. However forcing us to lie by typing she was horrible was horrible!!! I struggled thinking what to write, I could think of nothing though. Sadly, she thinks she is the “Horrible one” and that is terrible! The only bad thing I could think of was that she did not always pay attention to what our real teacher, Mrs. Noshie told her to do. Like creating a whole new schedule! I just can’t think of anything else. It’s been 10 awesome days and I still cannot think of any other bad thing.

I am shocked. Its torture telling Mrs. Noshie such fake cruel things about Mrs. B. Oh ya! One last bad thing she did was that she got a class iPad, wait, that’s good! She also sends a horrible mean helper that threatened to beat up my friend too! Although the other one was nice. Okay ummmm, I know that she gives us Edmodo homework every day. And forces us to say she is horrible so that’s bad too. She might force you to write something mean about ourselves! I am scared it might reach to that point of time.

Article posted April 9, 2013 at 03:05 PM GMT+2 • comment • Reads 223



Article posted March 1, 2013 at 08:50 AM GMT+2 • comment • Reads 114

For those who want to grow mustaches and don’t know what style they need or want. I can show you just what style you need. (If you don’t like my ideas, I understand). Now, I’m no facial hairdresser, but I know what shape, color, and many more things you’ll need to be comfortable with your mustache.



First, don’t get your mustache to big or fluffy, because when you eat, some of your mustache hair might go into your mouth! So, I suggest you cut your mustache a little shorter. (Unless your mustache is far from your mouth, or not to close). You could also make it straight, (vertical) like Charlie Chaplin!



Another way is for those who have both a mustache, and beard. Try to not connect the beard and mustache. Because when you get food around your lip, you might lick it off, but you’ll be licking your mustache instead!!! And you can choke on it if you lick too much. But, if you grab a tissue to wipe it off, it will also be bad because your mustache’s hair will rip off.



The final way, is the best. Try cutting your mustache into the “handle bar”. If you don’t know what it is, look it up. It’s the best because it’s the most popular. It is also good because you can’t eat its hair when you eat food.

So, these are my suggestion. (And for those who don’t have mustaches, give it a try). So, remember to not get a big, fluffy one, or if you have a beard and mustache don’t connect them, and maybe get a handle bar mustache. (You never know, maybe a handle bar mustache will fit you)!

Article posted March 1, 2013 at 08:50 AM GMT+2 • comment • Reads 114



Article posted December 13, 2012 at 03:15 PM GMT+2 • comment (1) • Reads 142

I am going to talk about layers of the Sun. Like the Core, Photosphere, Chromosphere, Convection Zone, Radiation Zone, and the Corona.



Article posted December 13, 2012 at 03:15 PM GMT+2 • comment (1) • Reads 142



Article posted November 5, 2012 at 03:20 PM GMT+2 • comment • Reads 280

Jude Ordering Decimals Assignment



This is a ordering decimal problem I made for miss Noshie.

Article posted November 5, 2012 at 03:20 PM GMT+2 • comment • Reads 280



Article posted November 5, 2012 at 03:05 PM GMT+2 • comment • Reads 649

Jude Number Line I made for Mrs Noshie <br /><br />
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This is the number line assingment I made for Mrs Noshie to solve.
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                              <p>Our teacher, Mrs. Noshie, gave us a test and on it there were three different graphs and we had to draw them and put them in order. And we had to find there mean, mode, and median, and range of data.</p><br /><br />
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Article posted October 4, 2012 at 03:10 PM GMT+2 • comment (1) • Reads 533



Article posted January 8, 2012 at 07:21 PM GMT+2 • comment • Reads 113

What I like about Folktales is that they can be very imaginative, and always have morals. They describe countries and people and clothes and food we don’t know about. I also like folktales because there is always an adventure.



The story that builds the most tension for me was the tale of Aladdin when they described the genie pop out of the lantern.



The courage of the main character is always my favorite theme because it teaches you to be brave.



All folktales have lessons and happen in different countries, there is always a fight between good and evil. There is always a target to achieve and they are never real. there are mostly religious things, and the tension is always high.



Article posted January 8, 2012 at 07:21 PM GMT+2 • comment • Reads 113



Article posted January 5, 2012 at 10:10 AM GMT+2 • comment (2) • Reads 120

There is fish everywhere. It’s sunny yet comfortable. The sound of waves rushing down the shore made me feel in heaven. Then I turned left to see the fish in the water outside the window, which then reminded me of the fish we ordered to eat! Soon I saw the waiter holding a plate of fish. Fish was everywhere (again). So I picked one, then two, then three!


 


I ate them all except one. So I ate it. I then everything was blurry, I couldn’t breathe. I was choking on a bone. Dads said DON’T panic!!! Then I panicked!!! Then dad gave me bread and I fainted. Soon I woke up feeling a lot better. Dad saved me and the bread made the bone fall.

Article posted January 5, 2012 at 10:10 AM GMT+2 • comment (2) • Reads 120



Article posted November 21, 2011 at 01:49 PM GMT+2 • comment (1) • Reads 128

 



                                     How The Stick Was Made                


 Long, long ago, in a land called Bonclacs, there was a mean, selfish log who never listened to anyone. One day, the log decided it was a good day for him to do some pranks on the poor people. Soon, he spotted a poor, old, stranger. So, the log went closer so he could give him a wedge. The poor stranger was odd looking and had a brown robe, and a brown scarf covering his face. Do you know about the hidden treasure inside the cupboard? The stranger asked. Do I! Where did you find it? Said the log. In the cave to the left, but don’t go there the treasure will curse you! He said wisely. So, the log went to the cave on the left forgetting about the curse. Soon, the log opened the treasure box and got cursed. The curse made him thinner and tighter by the second. Two years later, he became sick and weak from the curse. Then, he was no longer a log, but a stick. 

Article posted November 21, 2011 at 01:49 PM GMT+2 • comment (1) • Reads 128



Article posted October 28, 2011 at 02:02 PM GMT+2 • comment • Reads 81

DARTH VADER



Covered in mist,



And always persists,



To check his killing list!



A dark black mask,



A dark black cast,



On  his  arm.



But do not be Shure,



That he will do you no harm!



 

Article posted October 28, 2011 at 02:02 PM GMT+2 • comment • Reads 81



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