An ecosystem is a source of energy that animals live on, then it starts the food chain, because all animals need energy to live, so all animals rely on plants or other animals for energy. All food chains end in decomposers. Decomposers are things that decompose other things, For example, worms decompose animals and molds decompose food, or leaves. Decomposers are helpful to the environment because, if they weren’t there there would be junk all over the place, and that wouldn’t be good. The sun is the main force of energy, so all ecosystems start with the sun because it is a ball of gas so it doesn’t need to get energy anywhere else. If one animal runs out/ is extinct, the whole ecosystem can go wrong and no animal can get its energy, so then it can’t live.
If you are looking for something to do, well I’m about to tell you some of my favorite things to do so hopefully I can help you with that. 1. Gymnastics. I love gymnastics whenever I get a chance I do it.[the safe ones.] 2. Spending time with my family. I love spending time with my family because I get to talk about my positive day.
10 things about me that you probably didn’t know
- I have been on tv on a weather channel, on channel 4
- I have been bullied many times in my life, and the worst happened this year in fourth grade
- At school my nickname is Sugar
- I am terrified of Spiders and rollercoasters
- I am very sensitive
- My favorite topic in school is writing
- I play piano
- I am jewish
- My family used to be immigrants
- I started blogging in 3ed grade
My Top Seven Favorite Restaurants from 1st to 7th
- The Sugar Factory by, Kim Carrie
- Frankie & Fanucci’s
- Burger King
- Bear Burger
- The Barnes & Nobles Cafe
If you go any of these places please comment and tell me about your experiences and also tell me if you know any other places like these that I might like! Tell me if you have been to any of these places.
Thank you, and hope you like my post.
This is a picture of Sugar Factory, for your birthday day they give you this stuff, so go on your birthday, it is so good, i know that because I’ve had it before.
In reading with Mr. Debery we learned some of the aspects of reading non-fiction, then we went into teams and worked on some extreme weather and Mr. Debery used a book called Everything Weather and taught us about all extreme weather, to help us in our research.
In the teams we had to use teamwork, I think our team did a good job with teamwork not so sure about the other teams, because I was never in them we stuck with our group the whole time. When we were doing it we had homework, homework was sort of fun because of that for three reasons, one you did not know when the other teammates were going on, and if you see that they are on the same time as you it is more fun, another reason is that there is a lot of slides and it is fun to see what other people write in the same topic but in a different point of view.
When I started doing my slide I just could not stop, I was enjoying it that much, so when we stopped I was soooo upset I just wanted to write more, that is not bad is it? Anyways so when I got home my head was exploding with ideas, I could not wait to write them down, so I went straight to my room and onto my bed to go on my chromebook and wrote them all down, I was relieved I finally got to write them down on my slide now my head was not exploding with ideas any more but I still wanted to write more so I pushed my mind to think of more ideas, and when I thought of them I wrote them down fast so I would not forget, even if they had to be really really sort bullet points, and after I could not think of any more bullets to write down I fixed all the spelling errors, and I tell my family what I wrote about, and even one time I read it to my cat/kitten, Ruby. Another thought about teamwork is that sometimes it is hard to work in a team because weird stuff happens (sometimes by accident) like in our group someone (no names) changed the we eventually fixed it, but it was still a disaster.
In our Non-fiction unit with Mr. DeBerry we learned, how to choose the right book, like the 5 finger rule (which is not my favorite, but I still like it enuf to use it.) Another thing that we learned was how to tell, how books are organized and that was fun because I like being organized in general. We also learned about text structures, and summaries, and “ spark questions”, how notes are not full sentences, and when you are takings notes you can use a thing called a Word bank, it is not a bank with words (sadly), but here is an example, if you were talking about castles, one word in your word bank might be kingdom. The most important thing for me was how authors have goals and achieve them, (author’s craft.) Watch my flipgrid to learn more. Here is a link to it. My flipgrid feel free to comment, I would love that. Here is a link to my slide.