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Article posted June 14, 2012 at 01:14 PM GMT-5 • comment • Reads 174

 



Dirty Soccer Ball


By: Katie


Inside the dirty soccer ball, a teardrop of rain


Inside the teardrop of rain, a flat plain of wet grass


Inside the flat plain of wet grass, the shiny clear green


Inside the shiny clear green, the legs of a running cheetah


Inside the legs of a running cheetah, a flash of excitement


Inside the flash of excitement, the dirty soccer ball


 


 


Soccer


Fun, Competitive


Tiring, Running, Scoring


Passing to your teammates


Futbol


 


Ms. Halbert


Funny, Nice


Playing, Teaching, Talking


Likes teaching people things


Teacher


 


Cupcakes


Yummy, soothing


Eating, Chomping, Swallowing


Comes in different flavors


Cupcakes


 


Dad


Funny, Playful


Playing, Working, Talking


Playing with kids too


John


 


Mom


Nice, Watchful


Yelling, Napping, Screaming


Helping out every day


Dawn


 


 


 


 


 


If I ruled the world,


I’d cancel reading,


Weekday mornings and also,


Homework


 


If I ruled the world,


Everything would be free for me,


Ice cream would be breakfast, lunch, and dinner and,


School would be 6 hours shorter


 


If I ruled the world,


There would be no showers,


You would have no bedtimes and,


There wouldn’t be any rain


 


If I ruled the world,


The mall that you are closest to would be your home,


Junk food would be the new fruit and vegetables,


All of the things that I want would be mine


And all sports players and junk food lovers could still be in charge of the world.


 


I am the Cheetah


 


I am the legs of a cheetah that run to catch prey


I am the lightning that brightens the sky


I am the dark cloud that brings a thunderstorm


I am the light brown that rushes past your eyes


I am the teardrop that rolls down your cheek


I am the family that gobbles up the food


I am the sleep of the cheetah that relaxes everyone


I am the shade of an Oak that never lets you down


Like the ladybug I am small


But I am alive and I am beautiful


 


Ice cream


Cold, Refreshing


Buying, Licking, Swallowing


Makes you very cold


Frozen yogurt


 


 


 


 


Katie


Awesome, Sporty


Kicking, talking, eating


Likes to play sports


McCormick


 


Fireworks


Loud, pretty


Flying, booming, exploding


All different colorful colors


Explosive


 


When it is dark out,


Sometimes you want to shout,


And you pout


 


There is this guy,


Who likes to fry


And isn’t very shy


 


 


 


 


At the top,


It is a very long drop,


Said the cop


 


There is something hot,


Cooking in the pot,


It is a toy robot


 


I don’t know where it’s at,


That silly old cat,


Because he’s got my favorite hat


 


It’s come to the end,


I need to lend,


Someone a friend


 


Red, white, and blue,


A flag is in my shoe,


What to do, what to do


 


 


 


If I go to the moon,


I’ll bring a balloon,


I will be there soon


 


I sat in the heat,


It was burning my feet,


I don’t want to eat


 


I wanted to go to the pool,


But I had to go to school,


That was not cool


 


I went to the beach,


And I had a peach,


My family had 3 each


 


York


Chocolate, mint


Wanting, opening, enjoying


Enjoying while you can


Peppermint Pattie


 


When I bake


I start to make


A chocolate milkshake


 


The Sun that Shone Through the Clouds


Fine


Shine


 


Clouds


White, puffy


Floating, puffing, moving


Glides across the sky


Cumulus


 


There was this goat


Who started to float


In a boat


 


 


 


 


 


This is blue


The color of a shoe


The bright sky


But I wonder why


Blue reminds you of sad


And sometimes bad


Some people’s eyes


Blueberry pies


The smell of the pool


Reminds me of blue


The blue tie


Sometimes blue is shy


The part of the flag


A grocery bag


The splatter of paint


And then you faint


Thinking of cotton candy


That really comes in handy


 


 


 


What the Grandma said about the Clouds


Puffy


Fluffy


 


 










 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Article posted June 14, 2012 at 01:14 PM GMT-5 • comment • Reads 174



Article posted June 12, 2012 at 03:41 PM GMT-5 • comment • Reads 118

Article posted June 12, 2012 at 03:41 PM GMT-5 • comment • Reads 118



Article posted March 28, 2012 at 12:05 PM GMT-5 • comment • Reads 121

Article posted March 28, 2012 at 12:05 PM GMT-5 • comment • Reads 121



Article posted March 15, 2012 at 10:41 AM GMT-5 • comment • Reads 117

Article posted March 15, 2012 at 10:41 AM GMT-5 • comment • Reads 117



Article posted January 18, 2012 at 02:58 PM GMT-5 • comment (3) • Reads 126

 



My New Year’s Resolution


By Katie


My new year’s resolution for school is remembering to get my spelling test booklet on the day I get it. My plan that will help me improve on it is that I can leave a note on my desk and take it home with me and when I get home give it to my mom right away so I will not to forget to give it to her and get it signed.


My new year’s resolution for home is to get better at basketball. My plan to help me improve on it is I will go to the basketball court that is near me every day after I get home from school and after my homework or on the weekends. I can also go down with my older brothers and sisters and play a scrimmage with them and against them.

Article posted January 18, 2012 at 02:58 PM GMT-5 • comment (3) • Reads 126



Article posted January 6, 2012 at 10:20 AM GMT-5 • comment (5) • Reads 144

 





Community Comparison Haddonfield vs. Durango


By Katie


Hi! Today I will be sharing my research about comparing my hometown Haddonfield, New Jersey and Durango, Colorado. I got my research by Skyping with Mr. Honold’s second grade class, looking on their blog, and looking on the Internet. I think that Durango, Colorado has many differences from Haddonfield but some similarities with Haddonfield. Read on and find out about the differences and the similarities with Durango, Colorado and Haddonfield, New Jersey.


       Now, I will be talking about the similarities with Durango, Colorado and Haddonfield, New Jersey. One way that we are the same is that Colorado has the same national capital as us (which is Washington D.C.). Colorado is also a state in the U.S.A., on North America, and on the planet Earth just like Haddonfield. Another way they are similar is that the kids in Durango like to play sports and video games and in the summer they like to swim in pools just like Haddonfield kids! Also, they have bugs and birds around their area just like us too! A couple of other things that are the same are that they go to an Elementary school and have recess too. The last thing is that they have computers and we do too. Those are all of the similarities between us. Read on for the differences between Haddonfield and Durango.


Some differences between Durango, Colorado and Haddonfield, New Jersey are that their school is called Riverview and ours is called Tatem. We also have many more animals then them. We have squirrels, chipmunks, and bunnies. But those are only some of them. Another different thing is that our school mascot is a tiger and theirs is an eagle. We are not sure what specials are offered in their school but we get offered lots like Art, P.E., and Music. There are many more things that are different, but I have to move on. Also, we like different sports teams than them like we like the Eagles (football) and they like the Packers (also football). There is a couple more and here they are. They live in the Mountain Time zone and we live in the Eastern Time zone. They also have different landforms like they have mountains and we have plains. This one is very different. Durango’s population is 16,000 people and we only have 11,593!!! One other thing is that the climate is different. Ours is hot in the summer, mild in the winter and theirs is cold in the winter, and warm in the summer. And they also live almost on the opposite side of the country to us!! I am not sure if their school is public or private but ours is public. That might be a similarity but I’m not sure. Time to move on. Some interesting facts that we are different from each other are that they are two hours behind us and in Haddonfield people found Haddy (a dinosaur)! That is all of the differences for now but it is time for my last paragraph.


I really enjoyed comparing Haddonfield, New Jersey and Durango, Colorado because there were many interesting things about both communities. Even though we are far apart there are many ways that we are the same and different. That is all for now so I hope you learned a lot from all of my research!!!!!


 


 


 


 

Article posted January 6, 2012 at 10:20 AM GMT-5 • comment (5) • Reads 144



Article posted November 18, 2011 at 10:05 AM GMT-5 • comment (5) • Reads 101

 



I am Thankful for…



By KM



Thank you



For all my hands can hold-



The food I eat,



The drinks I drink,



And the books I read.



 



Thank you



For all my eyes can see-



My caring family,



My friends, new and old,



The sun, shining bright,



A soccer ball ready to get kicked,



And the animals from all around the world.



 



Thank you



For all my ears can hear-



Me eating a crunchy apple,



The sound of birds chirping,



People having fun when they are playing,



And bees buzzing.



 



 



 



 



 



 

Article posted November 18, 2011 at 10:05 AM GMT-5 • comment (5) • Reads 101



Article posted November 17, 2011 at 02:35 PM GMT-5 • comment (2) • Reads 133



How to Make a Monster Wrist Watch


Written by KM


Every monster needs a wrist watch. How would they tell time? Well, I’m going to tell you how to make a monster happy with his (or her) own wrist watch.


 


Materials Needed


·         Cardboard


·         Paint (any two colors)


·         Paper ( any three colors)


·         Scissors


·         Glue (either kind)


·         Two paint brushes


·         Markers, colored pencils, or crayons


·         A person who can draw footballs and buckles


·         A red sharpie


 


Instructions


1.       First, cut a ten centimeter wide diamond out of cardboard.


2.       Paint the front (only the front) one of the two colors you picked and the side the other color. Wait until it is dry.


3.       Take the purple construction paper and cut five hands (like on a clock) out.


4.       Now draw sixteen numbers (one through sixteen) trace the outside of the numbers with the red sharpie(or color them with a red marker). Cut them out.


5.       Glue on hands and numbers (hands in the middle, pointing to any number and put four numbers on every side of the diamond).


6.       Next, make the strap. Take the blue construction paper and make two straight lines (connected) and cut it out. Glue the edges together.


7.       Now it’s time to bring in that person who can draw footballs and buckles. Draw footballs on the strap (construction paper) and make any color buckle.


8.       Glue the top of the wrist watch on the strap.


9.       Now that you got everything done, attach the wrist watch to the monster’s arm and let your monster enjoy=http://


Article posted November 17, 2011 at 02:35 PM GMT-5 • comment (2) • Reads 133



Article posted October 5, 2011 at 04:32 PM GMT-5 • comment (10) • Reads 120

Article posted October 5, 2011 at 04:32 PM GMT-5 • comment (10) • Reads 120



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Hi! I am in third grade and I am 8 years old. My favorite food is tacos. My favorite sports are: field hockey and soccer my favorite position is goalie. My favorite colors are blue and purple. My favorite book is The BFG. And my favorite movie is Despicable Me. Thanks for reading my blog!

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