King George, What Was His Problem

In school we have been reading “King George, What Was His Problem.” I like it because it teaches me a lot about the American Revolution, but also adds a little humor to it as well. The book makes me think about if all of these big and little events in the American Revolution didn’t happen, then nothing would be the same. A question that I have is that why did some of the soldiers of the Continental Army leave the army in the beginning, just because they were losing the war. If they had kept fighting, then maybe the Continental Army might have won the war quicker.

American Revolution Political Cartoon

This is a political cartoon about The Midnight Ride, but Paul Revere stops to eat a snack while British soldiers pass him, therefore it is called “The Midnight Snack”.

I choose to do my political cartoon about this because I thought of all of the major events of the American Revolution and I chose The Midnight Ride. Then I thought about how I could add some humor to it, I came up with “The Midnight Snack”. I am doing this project in the perspective of a loyalist so I showed how Paul Revere did a bad job. This is what I came up with.


Colony Reflection

When I created a colony poster, I learned not to use very many words, and that each person in the colony has something different to say about it, depending on what job they have. When IĀ  made my colony, I learned to work together and listen to everyone else’s ideas, since we worked in a group. I also learned that since I was working on the Southern colony, my group and I needed to include things that you would’ve found in the Southern colonies. My poster connects to my colony because I mention that we have very successful crops, and we put lots of crops on the colony. Also, I mention cotton tobacco and corn, and in my colony, we put lots of those crops on it.

Southern colony poster in a plantation owner’s perspective.

Final Wonder Reflection

After finishing the book “Wonder,” one thing that I’m holding onto and going to remember is that sometimes things can happen that you’re not expecting to happen. You may think that you can’t possibly get an award, but then, you get the best award! Always believe it’s possible because it is, if you try hard enough.

Charlie’s Wish

I think Charlie’s wish is for her family not to be so broken up. Her dad’s in jail and her mom isn’t taking care of her so she had to move to Colby to live with her aunt and uncle. I think this because because Charlie said that she wishes for the same thing every time, and her family has been broken up for a long time. She keeps on wishing for the same thing because her family is still broken up.

Explorer Infographic

I made an infographic about an explorer. My explorer is Leif Eriksson. In this project, I had to gather facts about Leif Eriksson on a padlet. Then, I had to take that information and put it into an infographic. An infographic is a way to show information in pictures too. It took a lot of editing, but it was really fun. An infographic is a way to show information in pictures too.

Here it is…

Teatown Reflection

What I liked most about Teatown was the sand table because I liked playing with the sand. Also because it was cool that the higher you put the sand, the more colors it changed. I also liked that when you put your hand over the sand table, blue color appears on the sand, acting as water. šŸ™‚

Land and water are connected because all the chemicals that people use on land, when it rains, all the chemicals run off into the ocean, lakes and rivers šŸ™ . For example, oil leakage from car accidents and oil from factories. Another way land and water are connected is because when trees are pulled up, the dirt is scattered on the ground. When it rains the dirt gets in bodies of water.

I think each group should spend a little bit of time at each lake or pond. That way, if one body of water is more interesting than another one, everyone gets a chance to see it. I also think that kids should get to do more interactive things when you look at the lake or pond.