Monthly Archives: June 2018

4th Grade Reflection

In 4th Grade my class did a lot of fun activities! We did a lot of work. We also did a lot fun projects for example curiosity project, toy theater project, colonial america project, biography project and ecosystem project.

My class did some read alouds for example “Blood on the River” by Elisa Carbone, “Book Scavenger” by Jennifer Chambliss Bertman and “Tiger Rising” by Kate Dicamillo. My favorite read aloud was Tiger Rising because it was interesting that was about a tiger and a boy.

In my school every year a person with disabilities comes to my school. This year a man named Dennis Oehler came to talk about his disabilities. He was in a car accident and he was hit by a car and had to get part of his leg removed. He showed how he put on his artificial leg and showed us how he ran with it.

My favorite subject was math because we learned a lot of new cool methods and we learned how to do more difficult things.

My favorite thing doing this year was my curiosity project because we got to choose our own topic. My topic that I choose was cupcakes. I choose it because I love baking.


Tundra by Logan

Towards the end of the year my teacher asked my class and I to do a ecosystem project I choose the tundra. But before we got to do anything  we had to research. When we were had enough research we went to the computer lad in our school. we had to draw out a story board and sketch the pictures than we wanted and figured out the words that we wanted basted on our research. When we where done with our story board we had to do a we video that is a app were you can make videos. We had to look for pictures and I did some recordings. Then we were finished

Biography – Helen Keller

Helen Keller


Early Life

Helen Keller was born on June 27, 1880 in Tuscumbia, Alabama. When Helen was a baby she was not deaf or blind. She was a very smart and happy baby . She learned how to walk and speak very early. Her first words were “tea tea tea” for tea and “wa wa” for water.  She became very ill with a very high fever. There was not a lot of medicine to help her get better. She became deaf and blind when she was two years old. Helen became blind before she became deaf.


It was hard for Helen because people did not understand what she was trying to say. She threw fits and had a bad temper. On March 3, 1887, when Helen was almost six, Annie Sullivan arrived at the Keller’s house to help Helen learn sign language. At first Helen really did not like Annie. Every time Annie went near her, Helen would not be nice. Eventually they moved into a cottage on the other side of the farm so that Helen could focus and learn more things. Helen loved to be outside so most of their sessions were outside.  Helen learned how to speak in sign language. Her family learned sign language too so she could speak to them.


Adult Life

Helen had always wanted to go to a college called Radcliffe. First she went to Cambridge and studied at Mr. Gilman’s school to prepare for going to college. She studied really hard because there were no books in braille at that time. Annie had to read all the books to her in class. In 1900 Helen Keller’s dream came true. She was going to Radcliffe!  Radcliffe was one of the best colleges at that time!


Helen Keller had two major obstacles in her life, she was deaf and blind. Her life was bark and silent. There were no schools to help Helen learn how to read and write. Because Helen became deaf at such a young age it was very hard for Helen to learn to speak.


Impact the world     

Helen Keller was deaf and blind but she showed that her obstacles did not hold her back form learning how to read and write. But there were no school for deaf and blind people. Helen Keller’s family had to hire a teacher for Helen so she can learn to read and write