Hey guys! So Today is finally the last day of the second week of sixth grade! Every thing has been going well so far and all the teachers are really nice. I think my favorite academic teacher is either Mrs. Holtzer(science teacher) or Mrs. Madoff(math teacher)-just saying if you other academic teachers are reading this, please don’t take this personally.- I think that my favorite non academic teacher is either Mr. Calvert (technology teacher) or Mr. Rotjan (orchestra teacher). I really like the other teachers too, but these are just my four favorite teachers.
On the first few days, I got lost, but I’m pretty sure s lot of people did since it was the first day, but after that everything went pretty well. I am enjoying a lot of sixth grade even though I have heard a lot of bad rumors about it but (in my perspective) none of what I heard is true. I also learned a lot of pretty cool stuff like in my last post about the atoms that I learned in technology. I think I will have a great time in sixth grade and hopefully I make lots of new friends! 😉
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So at recess Carly, Sophie, and I started chasing Katelyn and then we started making up this game because then we started to chase Jenny and Chloe L .
How you play Burglar Break is there are 3-4 burglars/criminals and the rest are catchers or guards. The catchers catch the burglars and bring them to the jail where the guards guard them in case they escape. Sometimes if another burglar is not tagged and you are on your way to the jail ( if you are a burglar), that burglar can try to get you free by pulling you away from the catchers grasp. Also if you are lucky enough, you can sneak away if the guard of the jail is not watching. When all of the burglars are caught and put into jail, the game is over.
I played with Jenny, Chloe L., Sophie, Lotus, Carly, Katelyn, and Elizabeth and it was really fun.
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Today we went to visit our buddies. This is their 2nd writing celebration and we got to celebrate it with them. A few weeks ago they were writing their stories and i was really looking forward to hear/look at it.
Molly’s story is about her ski trip. she went to Utah to ski and visit her grandparents, aunt and she went there to celebrate Christmas. Her favorite part about her ski trip was when she decided to go on the blue trail ( she must be way better than me if she can go on the blue trail).
Her second favorite part was when she got to celebrate her mom’s birthday before Christmas eve. She even got to eat ice cream sundaes at her grandparents house! Lucky her! Today I learned that Molly’s grandparents live in Utah.
Molly is very brave when she went skiing because she did not cry when she fell down. She actually liked when she fell down I think this story is about bravery. I really liked her story and it was really detailed. Molly’s spelling is also really good I really enjoyed her story. Molly says, “I’m proud of it because it only took me 4 days to make it.”
ENJOY! 🙂 and hope you like it!
Here are 5 facts on South Africa that I learned and that you may not know.
- In the entire continent of Africa, there are less than 25,000 rhinos left. There are only that much left because animal hunters hunt them a lot.
- In SA the most used language is English.
- In SA, before 1994, all the presidents were white.
- Nelson Mandala was the first balck president in SA.
- SA has three capital cities which are Cape Town (We are there right now!), Pretoria, and Bloefontein.