Book of the month
One Plastic Bag is mostly about Isatou and the recycling women weaving plastic bag strips into little purses. My favorite part of the story is when it shows that there are no plastic bags left. It made me feel like everyone wanted to help the world. This book reminds me of when I am trying to think of ways to help the world be a better place. The message of the book is that you can choose to do almost anything you put your mind to. I think that Isatou was not aware of all those plastic bags till they found their way to her. I think she did not know that the plastic bags would be bad for the world. I know that because she thought that it would crumble in with the other sand. You can make the world a better place.
In the Banning Plastic Bags in Bali, the two sisters banned plastic bags from Bali. That is what it is mostly about. My favorite part was when they told that they went on a hunger strike. Wooo-hooo! That must be hard. Oh my gosh! This Ted Talk reminded me of the book One Plastic Bag by Miranda Paul. The message of this book is that kids can do anything.
I am allergic to peanut butter and I did not like when it gets close to me. I got inspired to make big drama about peanut butter. Sometimes I like to be dramatic in my writing. I thought I could do it with this piece of writing. I like to rhyme, describe, and be very funny.
Peanut butter and WAIT!!!
I’m allergic. Help me!
That tan colored creepy thing!
Like whipped cream!
Chunky stuff in that jar
Chill down my spine kind of thing
That’s peanut butter!
Scary peanut butter
I hate that brand called Skippy!
Get it away!
Wait, wait, wait.
I won’t eat it so I will not get hurt.
What if someone shoves it in my mouth?!?
Give me some medicine!
Who would shove it into my mouth?
Sorry for the meltdown.
Don’t you like my poem?!?
I did not like the test. It was not for me. My teacher was reading from a script and did not sound like herself. She sounded like a robot. I really did not like it. It was sad I had to do it. So sad. I was a little nervous.The only good part of the test was that I could sleep in class. (So cool!) And, I got extra recess. Pretty good. I am happy it is over until May. But by then I will be okay. The ELA state test is not my favorite but it is better than other things. All the preparing made me pressured. I got almost no time to what we usually did – stuff that was not as serious. (Even though I am serious with my regular schoolwork.) Well I took the test, the classroom was just too quiet. The fresh air outside helped me feel better but before, everything involved with testing seemed dull. In class, I did not make any bad comments about the state test because some people liked it and I didn’t want to hurt their feelings. Well, the state test was not as bad as I thought. And I will try to remember that for next time.
It was awesome to keep track of the moon. I never knew it would be so cool! It was amazing how the moon looked like it changed even though it didn’t. It was fun to learn the phases of the moon – then see them! Every day more amazement, I couldn’t stop having fun. The interesting facts, I wanted to learn more! A whole planet – ready to be explored for whoever looks up and says,”I’m going out there.” New moon, Waxing crescent, First quarter, Waxing gibbous, Full moon, Waning gibbous, Last quarter, Waning crescent, New moon again! So much to learn, find out! What do I still not know? This unit was so fun, I don’t want to leave it in space. Ha-ha! Mrs.Kiley helped me understand everything I wanted to know, she never talked about anything boring. We made a model of the moon, sun, and earth. It helped us understand that the fully lit part is always facing the sun because the moon is only lit because it has the suns reflection. Also, we made the sun a flashlight and the moon a wooden golf ball. We learned about the shadows and how the got created.The moon has a special place in the outer space. The unit was the funnest science unit ever!
I am sad the moon unit is over.
I think you would like it too.