4th grade was a great year for me. 4th grade was a great year for me mostly because I had a good class and teacher and I learned a lot. One of the reasons 4th grade was a great year for me is that I had a good class and teacher. I had a good… Continue Reading 4th Grade
Title: “Yanny” or “Laurel?” The Viral Audio Clip Explained! Article Date: May 18, 2018 Source: Dogo News Newstype: World The debate between “Yanny” and “Laurel” is the biggest debate since the blue and black or white and gold dress in 2015. It all started when Katie Hetzel looked up the definition of the word Laurel.… Continue Reading What Do You Hear? Yanny, or Laurel?
Title: Cactuses at Risk Source: Time for Kids Article Date: April 27, 2018 News Type: World Summary: In the article Cactuses at Risk by Rebecca Katzman, Cactuses are at risk. Poachers are driving into the desert and digging them up. The 2015 Global Cactus Assessment said that poaching is the main threat to cactuses around… Continue Reading Cactuses at Risk
This is my colonial glassblower green screen video made with Wevideo. I hope you like it! 🙂
Current Events Title: “Unadoptable” Rescue Dog Makes History As the First Deaf Member of Washington’s K-9 Unit Author: Meera Dolasia Source: Dogo News Article Date: March 5, 2018 News Type: National Summary: In the article “Unadoptable” Rescue Dog Makes History As the First Deaf Member of Washington’s K-9 Unit by Meera Dolasia, A Pitbull mix… Continue Reading Ghost Makes History Going Through Many Obstacles
I have been begging for a dog for such a long time. And guess what? It actually payed off! I got a puppy on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018. As you might have heard about in my I’m Back! post, I used to have a dog. Ever since she (Madison) moved to Boston, MA, I have… Continue Reading Welcome to the Family Sadie!
In reading, my class teamed up with Ms. Berger’s class to learn about nonfiction. Mr. DeBerry taught most of the lessons. He taught us really important things about researching and reading nonfiction books or articles. One of the things he taught us was common nonfiction text structures. These were to understand how the story was… Continue Reading Nonfiction Reading Unit
Hanukkah is an amazing celebration. Another name for it is the festival of lights. It is about miracles. In the history of Hanukkah, two miracles happened. One of them is when the Jews were going to light the menorah, they only had enough oil to last for one night. But a miracle happened and it… Continue Reading Hanukkah
The tropical rain forest is an important ecosystem. They cover about 7 percent of earth’s lands. But they are actually home to half of the earth’s animal and plant species! A lot of rain falls in the rain forest. You can probably tell by its appropriate name. In some rain forests, 325 inches of rain can… Continue Reading Tropical Rain Forest Flow of Energy
The important thing about Jacques Cousteau is that he was an underwater explorer. You should pronounce his name like this: ZHOCK koo-STOW. He became a scientist, sailor, inventor, and filmmaker. When Jacques was a young boy, water fascinated him. In the summer of 1920, Jacques was at camp. They sent him to clean the lake… Continue Reading The Important Thing About Jacques Cousteau