Things My Friend And I Have In Common
Ari and I are “bftfs” which means best friends together forever. We have a lot in common. One thing we have in common is that we both have dogs. We also look exactly alike. Finally, we both love to bake.
Ari and I both have dogs and we love them. My dog’s name is Penny and her dog’s name is Sadie. A couple days ago Penny and Sadie had a playdate. That did not go so well. This is what happened. I brought Penny over for a playdate with Sadie at Ari’s house. Once I got there, I let go of her leash, and boom! It was just like the show Tom and Jerry! Penny chased Sadie around the entire house while Sadie hid under the chairs and couches. I think I know why Sadie was afraid of Penny. It was probably because Penny is more than three times larger than Sadie! When I got home, I got a text from Ari saying that Sadie would not come out from under the couch.
The next thing that we have in common is our looks. One time Ari and I were going to the library together. Mrs Schorr was checking out our books. She checked my book out as Ari, and checked Ari’s book out as me! Another time at a birthday party, I went to say happy birthday to the birthday girl and she said, “thanks Ari” and then Ari said happy birthday to her and she replied, “thanks Cami”. I guess we really do look alike!
The last thing that Ari and I have in common is that we both love to bake. One time there was a very bad blizzard and I lost power at my house. I was lucky enough to stay at Ari’s house. Since we both love to bake, we made chocolate marshmallow brownies and chocolate chip cookies together. Ari’s mom made us include our younger siblings in the activity. Ari and I made the brownies, and my brother and her sister made the cookies. In the end they turned out very yummy.
Ari will be my “bftf” forever and ever and ever. We are like milk and cookies or peanut butter and jelly. We will be friends forever and nothing can stop it, not even an occasional fight.
Title: Okay to Eat?
Source: time for kids
Date: March 16 2018
Author: Rebecca Mordechai
Have you ever eaten off of the floor? Be honest I don’t judge. If you have its okay because 50% of adults and children have eaten off of the floor. Most people do the five second rule.
Scientist Donald Schaffner discovered that it is not wise to do the five second rule with wet food. You’re probably wondering why is it not wise. It is not wise because when you drop wet food the food picks up bacteria from the floor as soon as it falls. Donald Schaffner says “The wetter the food is the more bacteria it picks up
. A man named Anthony Hilton also studies the five second rule. Hilton says that dry food pics up less bacteria than wet food but still picks up a little of bacteria. He also found that carpeted floors pick up fewer bacteria than tile or wood floors.
If you drop food on the floor it is a wiser choice to leave it there but if you really want it then you can have it.
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Sometimes in life you get stressed and being stressed can be very hard. For example, I get stressed from a lot of things including homework,piano and siblings. There are way more stressing things but I am only going to tell you three.
The first reason is homework. Some people (like me) have after school activities. I have a whole schedule of activities, but don’t worry I will only tell you two. On Mondays I have piano and basketball. On Tuesdays I have this really boring activity called Musicianship. Musicianship is a class were you learn about music and the history of it. I have a whole nother schedule but i’m only going to share these with you.
Another reason why homework is stressing is that homework can sometimes be hard and when homework is hard I obviously ask for help but my parents only say, “I will help you later,” but then they never help me so then I ask my babysitter and she says, “I’m cooking,” but it was 5:00 and she starts making dinner at 5:45. So when I need help the last person to ask is my teddy bear but everyone knows teddy bears don’t help. So then im left alone, and that is stressing.
The next reason is siblings. Everyone knows siblings always get on your nerves and that is stressing one example that siblings are stressing is that one day I was doing my homework in my room very nicely and quietly. Two seconds later my brother walks in and starts playing loud and horrible music. I told my brother, “Please stop because you are making me stressed,” but of course he didn’t listen. He kept doing it until my grandma walked in. my grandma didn’t stop him instead she started asking me random questions like what books did you read today. I got so stressed that I yelled at both of them to leave my room.
One other example that siblings are stressing is that one day my brother decided to start drawing instead of watching his ipad. So then I said ok you can draw. Then I left him alone for a while because I needed some alone time. One hour later I came downstairs and saw that my brother was still drawing so I looked over to see what he was drawing. I peeked over and guess what he was scribbling all over my homework that my tutor gave me. I was so mad at him. Two seconds later my brother tells my mom that I drew all over my homework. And that was a stressing day.
The last reason is piano. If you play the piano you know that you have to practice it every day which is so stressing. One time I was so tired because I had a sleepover that following night. So I asked my mom if I could skip my practice today. But of course she said no. so then I asked my dad and he said yes. So then my mom and dad talked for a while and they finally decided that the answer was no and that was a very stressing night. My piano teacher is super sad,strict and gloomy. So one day she gave me a song called Melody of Spring and my the title I was so excited because my piano teacher never gives me happy songs. So I started playing the song and it was the saddest song I have ever heard in my entire life. And that was a stressing day.
Being stressed can be very hard through homework,piano and especially siblings, but sometimes you just have to work through it.
Title: A Bad Flu Season
Source: Time for Kids
Article date: 2/26/18
This year has been a very bad flu season around the United States. So many people have been getting sick. In other states it is hard to get sick because some of them are warm and in warm weather you usually don’t get the flu.
To prevent yourself from getting the flu you should get the flu shot. The flu shot helps you prevent the flu because there is so much medicine in that little needle that it prevents the flu.
Some other ways to prevent the flu is to wash your hands very well and to cover your mouth when you cough.Some symptoms for the flu is headache, fever,cough and you can be tired.
The flu usually lasts for at least two weeks. The flu is very dangerous for children and especially people over 65. If you have the flu the doctors can treat the flu with medicine.
The flu can be really dangerous sometimes but sometimes you have to work through it.
So many people have been getting sick from a bad flu seson @timeforkids #foxmeadowprideCC
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In reading I learned a lot of new things. Mr. DeBerry was our teacher. He is a very helpful teacher. I also worked in a team with Ms. Berger’s class. These are the people that were in my team: Mia, Sophie F, Sophie B, Mei, Robert, Rio, and Teddy. They were also helpful.
If you are wondering what this reading lesson was about, it is about nonfiction reading. We learned how to become better researchers. Mr DeBerry also taught us to pick good books.
We did flipgrid. Flipgrid is a similar to a vlog. To see my ow flipgrid, click this link: Cami’s flipgrid
We also had topics. My first topic was floods. I learned a lot about floods. My second topic was droughts. Sadly, I was sick when we presented floods. But when we presented droughts I was there and I was really really good. We did a slide and everyone got to present two slides. All of us had a spark question. Spark questions are questions about our topic. My spark question was how do you stay safe in a drought. This is our presentation:
I learned a lot in this reading unit and I think Mr. DeBerry is a great nonfiction reading teacher. I also think my team was so amazing and helpful. Bye guys! 🙂
Do you celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah? I celebrate Hanukkah. Some traditions that I do is I sing prayers.I also have a special dinner with my family the dinner is special because we all have potato lakes. Most Jewish people do that tradition but its special because usually we all have different dinners for example one day I will have chicken but when i’m eating my chicken my brother will be eating mac and cheese and my mom and dad will be eating steak. On Hanukkah we all eat the same thing and that is very special. I love Hanukkah with my family.
An ecosystem is a place where living and nonliving things interact with each other to survive. A decomposer is something that decomposes other things, like mold decomposes food or leaves, and makes mushrooms while doing it. Decomposers are helpful because they clean up our junk. The sun is the main force of energy because it’s a ball of gas. If one animal becomes extinct than the other animals wouldn’t have any food so they would too, because they don’t have any energy to live on.
The Important Thing About Eugenie Clark
The important thing about Eugenie Clark is that she dove with sharks. When Eugenie Clark was about nine, she went to an aquarium and saw all the fish and liked them, but her favorite fish of all were the sharks. She loved them a lot. Once, when Eugenie clark went swimming in the ocean she came across a shark, but when she saw the shark she didn’t scream, she didn’t swim away, instead she pet the shark gently like the shark was her pet. She trusted her instincts and she is a good role model for young girls like me. Sadly, in February 25, 2015 Eugenie Clark died. Still, a lot of people still dive for sharks and maybe one day I will dive for sharks like Eugenine Clark.
(MLA 8) as:
Harris, Laurie Lanzen. “Clark, Eugenie.” Biography for Beginners Online. Lincoln Library Press, 2015. FactCite, www.factcite.com/biobegin/10643.html.
- World book
Jasek, Jacqueline. “Clark, Eugenie.” World Book Student, World Book, 2017, www.worldbookonline.com/student/article?id=ar756645. Accessed 16 Nov. 2017
Hi my name is Cami and this is my blog. love to sing, but my brother and my dad- not so much. I am nine years old and I live in New York
Something you should know about me is that i love dogs. I just got an Australian Labradoodle. Her name is Penny. She’s really cute. If you want to get a dog or you are very interested in Australian Labradoodles, you will love my blog. Continue reading Hello world