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School so far

Article posted September 23, 2010 at 11:20 PM GMT0 • Reads 258

School's awesome so far. It's strange how the schedule is defferent from last year. Mornings are hard because I have to get up early and then feed my chickens and check for eggs, brush my teeth and eat breakfast then get dressed, then out the door.

Article posted September 23, 2010 at 11:20 PM GMT0 • Reads 258



MAP test

Article posted October 7, 2010 at 08:51 PM GMT0 • Reads 197

I don't like the MAP test becuase I'm extra fidgety. Once I was done I was happy.

Article posted October 7, 2010 at 08:51 PM GMT0 • Reads 197



My Halloween costume

Article posted October 13, 2010 at 06:35 PM GMT0 • Reads 200

My Birthday and my Halloween costume are on my mind today and I might get my costume today, I’m going to be Hermione Granger from Harry Potter.

Article posted October 13, 2010 at 06:35 PM GMT0 • Reads 200



Aunt Marie's funeral

Article posted October 15, 2010 at 06:32 PM GMT0 • Reads 199

My plans for the weekend are to shop for my Birthday but I might leave for my Aunt Marie’s funeral because she died last night. I also might help my dad build a tree house. I think my dad is buying tickets to leave to the funeral. Also my dad and I might make crepes.

Article posted October 15, 2010 at 06:32 PM GMT0 • Reads 199



The Hidden Village

Article posted October 29, 2010 at 10:26 PM GMT0 • Reads 228

Chapter #1

It was a warm day in Thailand. I was reading a book about geckos. It was peaceful until I heard someone yell, “Help!”



I jumped up remembering that it was Halloween week when people play pranks and try to scare each other. I wondered if it was a prank or someone was in trouble. I decided to investigate.



I went to the market because that was where I thought the scream for help seemed to come from. Everyone seemed worried. I asked someone who looked my age what was going on. She looked at me strangely. “Haven’t you heard a girl disappeared?” She asked. “What!” I said. “I think you heard”, she said.





Chapter #2

That night I was reading a book when I noticed something written in code on the book. I looked at it more closely. It looked like Morse code. I ran down the stairs to the library part of my house.



I got my codebook and looked for Morse code. When I found Morse code I ran up the stairs into my room and looked at the code. It said who ever looked for the Hidden Village and treasure without this book will be captured forever. I looked for more information. Instead I found a map of a Labyrinth. The next thing I knew I fell asleep.





Chapter #3

The next day I started to search for the Hidden village. After a couple hours I found it. I stepped up to the door. There was a key hole. I looked in the book. There was a key. But then I noticed someone watching the door in a tree. I crept up to the tree and captured him. He told me that he tied the girl up at the bottom of the tree and it was all a prank. I called the police anyway. He also said that he wrote in my book and that the key was cardboard.

Article posted October 29, 2010 at 10:26 PM GMT0 • Reads 228



Halloween

Article posted November 2, 2010 at 01:59 AM GMT0 • Reads 203

Last night was Halloween. In the morning I went to Ikea and I ended up Trick-or-Treating there. Then I went to a Halloween party. Next I went to West Wood Village and went Trick-or-Treating there. Finally I went around the block Trick-or-Treating at night. I got so much candy.

Article posted November 2, 2010 at 01:59 AM GMT0 • Reads 203



Veterans Day

Article posted November 10, 2010 at 06:36 PM GMT0 • Reads 173





 



I think Veterans Day is an important holiday because I think we should all be thankful   for Veterans protecting our Country.





 


Article posted November 10, 2010 at 06:36 PM GMT0 • Reads 173



My Weekend

Article posted November 12, 2010 at 06:32 PM GMT0 • Reads 189

On Saturday I will read books and start a joke book.


 



On Sunday I will probably watch a movie and work on the joke book and read books.

Article posted November 12, 2010 at 06:32 PM GMT0 • Reads 189



The Turkeys That Escaped Thanksgiving

Article posted November 19, 2010 at 07:50 PM GMT0 • Reads 269

Gobbriella was a good and considerate turkey. She was funny, brave (Except about getting killed on Thanksgiving), adventurous, and crazy (But in a good way.) Her full name was: Gobbriella Gobby Gobber and her nickname was Gobbry. She had one younger brother that was named Gobblyster and was 5 Gobbriella was 10. She was an orphan. Last year her parents died from Thanksgiving. Gobbriella lived in a farm in Colorado.



 


Thanksgiving was coming up. Gobbriella was scared. She needed a plan to escape. That night she thought of the book, Hansel and Gobble a story she had read when she was little. Hansel was fattened but every time the witch came to see if he was fat enough to eat he stuck out a bone and in the end his sister Gobble pushed the witch into the fire. But that didn’t sound right.


 


The farmers were trying to fatten Gobbriella and her brother Gobblyster. But Gobbriella told Gobblyster that the farmers were trying to fatten them like in, Hansel and Gobble. (Gobblyster thought it was a treat.)


 


She decided to wait till morning to make a plan.


 


Cock-a-doodle-doo a rooster crowed to wake everyone up. Gobbriella woke up right away she began thinking of a plan. Could she escape by fighting like in Kung Fu Turkey when the bad guy escaped? Her thoughts were interrupted when she heard hammering. What’s going on? She thought. She ran out of the coop and saw the farmers making a 99,999-meter wall around the houses with turkeys and cannons loaded with candy. “Yikes”, she exclaimed. When Gobblyster came out he looked scared. “What’s happening?” He asked. “The farmers are crazy”, Gobbriella said.


 


How will my brother and I escape? She thought. Then an idea popped into her head. My brother and I can play game called dead turkeys where we pretend to be sick with disease and finally pretend we were dead.


 


The next day she told the plan to her brother and they started pretending to have disease and played dead and then finally the farmers threw them out into the wild. “I’m free!” They yelled at the same time. The plan had worked.


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Article posted November 19, 2010 at 07:50 PM GMT0 • Reads 269



My Favorite Cookie

Article posted December 14, 2010 at 06:36 PM GMT0 • Reads 194

My favorite kind of cookie is homemade peanut butter cookies I don’t know how to make them but my mom does.  My least favorite cookie is the oatmeal raisin chocolate chip cookie.









Article posted December 14, 2010 at 06:36 PM GMT0 • Reads 194



Santa Gets the Flu

Article posted December 16, 2010 at 09:04 PM GMT0 • Reads 405

Time; night



Date; Christmas Eve



Kid’s Age; six



Kid’s name; Lilly



 



One Christmas Eve Lilly was looking out the window and she saw an elf. She called to her mother, “There’s an elf in the window!” Her mother just said, “What an imagination.” Lilly opened the window and let the elf in. The elf said, “Thank you.” Lilly said, “You're welcome.” The elf said, “Santa needs your help.” Lilly exclaimed, “Santa needs my help!” “Yes,” the elf said “oh I forgot to introduce myself my name’s Lylle.” “What does Santa need my help for?” Lilly said. “Santa has the SWINE FLU!” “Oh my,” said Lilly.



 



“Hop into my transporter,” said Lylle. “Okey dokey artichokey,” Lilly said. They hopped into the transporter and Lylle said, “Antarctica here we come.” Suddenly someone grabbed the transporter. “Who’s that?” said Lilly. “The evil Santa,” Lylle said as the evil Santa started shooting candy canes.



 



Suddenly Lilly heard someone calling her name, “Lilly if you don’t…" Suddenly she woke up in her bed and realized that her parents had said, 'Lilly if you don’t wake up I’ll pour water on your head" - which had happened. “So it was just a dream,” Lilly said. “What,” her parents asked and Lilly told about her Christmas dream. They went down stairs to open presents. Lilly saw tons of presents. There was one that caught her eye the most though she saw who it was from. It said TO: LILLY FROM: LYLLE. That’s strange she thought. Maybe it wasn’t a dream. She never found out.



 



 



 



 THE END



 

Article posted December 16, 2010 at 09:04 PM GMT0 • Reads 405



Resolutions

Article posted January 6, 2011 at 08:50 PM GMT0 • Reads 226

My first resolution is to learn more Korean. I started last year because I’m half Korean. I learn at home by Korean activity books, the computer and my mom.



 



My second resolution is to get faster at typing. I started typing last year in second grade. I’m getting a lot better and faster.



 



My last resolution is to learn more Chinese calligraphy. I just started this year. At first I wanted to do Korean calligraphy, but it was harder to get a Korean calligraphy set. I got a Chinese calligraphy set this Christmas.











Article posted January 6, 2011 at 08:50 PM GMT0 • Reads 226



Mid Winter Break

Article posted February 18, 2011 at 06:33 PM GMT0 • Reads 275

On Mid Winter Break I’m going to Mexico! I’m going to eat mangos and coconuts almost everyday, Lounge at the beach, and swim in either the Ocean (Our hotel is on the beach) or in the hotel swimming pool. I love swimming. I’m going to come back really lazy. I wonder what else I’ll do. I just can’t wait!












Article posted February 18, 2011 at 06:33 PM GMT0 • Reads 275



My Awesome Weekend

Article posted March 7, 2011 at 06:32 PM GMT0 • Reads 225



On Saturday I went to a birthday party. It was SUPER fun.



 Sunday I saw the movie Rango at the movie theatre. It was a really good movie. My dad liked it too. After that I went to another birthday party. It was a grown ups birthday party. It was their 60th birthday.









Article posted March 7, 2011 at 06:32 PM GMT0 • Reads 225



How to Draw a Picture for Intermediates

Article posted March 11, 2011 at 11:39 PM GMT0 • Reads 268

Some pictures are easy but some are hard. If you haven’t ever drawn a picture I’ll suggest that you pick a different book unless you like a challenge. And if you are an expert at drawing I’ll suggest a harder drawing book. But if you are a intermediate at drawing this is a perfect book for you.





 



What You Need





  • A piece of paper


  • A pencil


  • If you want to color in your picture use markers, crayons or colored pencils




 



Scenery



First draw a horizon line. Next draw some plants like trees and bushes. After that draw some people if you want to. You can draw a road going up to the horizon line, if you do you should make it get smaller and smaller as it gets closer to the horizon line. Finally if you want it to be a beach or it to have a lake draw a body of water and sand.



 



Japanese Anime



The thing that makes Japanese Anime, Japanese Anime is mostly the eyes. First you make a horizon line. Next you make two ovals about the same size. Make a circle inside of the bottom each oval. Make a little circle inside the circle color it black. Make the head. Try to make the head make the eyes look big. Make it so the people are cartoon and the background looks real.



 



Good luck! Remember to always start with the horizon line. I hope you find it not too easy and not too hard. The hardest would be the Japanese Anime and you would really tell if you tried it. Maybe you should check out a Japanese Animeted book from the library before you do it.



 

Article posted March 11, 2011 at 11:39 PM GMT0 • Reads 268



The Horrible Bike Experience

Article posted March 16, 2011 at 11:55 PM GMT0 • Reads 246

I was riding my bike at Arbor Heights. It was really fun until I accidently rode my bike to close to a pole. The handle bar hit the pole and my bike fell on top of me.



 



It hurt a lot especially because my bike is pretty heavy. I had to go home to clean my awfully hurting wounds. It hurt just getting up. I felt bruised all over.



 



When we got home we cleaned my wounds. Some had blood but most of them didn’t. They were mostly scrapes. The worst wound was on my knee.



 



I hope you don’t have that happen to you. It’s always good to be careful. If it has happened to you try not to do it again, you know what it feels like.



 



The End











Article posted March 16, 2011 at 11:55 PM GMT0 • Reads 246



The Future of my Blog

Article posted April 6, 2011 at 11:29 PM GMT0 • Reads 211

All I know about the future of my blog is I will write more articles on it and it will improve a lot. That’s all I know about the future of my blog. I will definitely write more articles. I know that I'm going to be blogging over the summer and even in fourth grade if my parents let me.











Article posted April 6, 2011 at 11:29 PM GMT0 • Reads 211



Learning Korean

Article posted April 7, 2011 at 06:32 PM GMT0 • Reads 186

Today my mind is on Korean culture, writing and the language. I’m learning how to speak and write Korean. I’m half Korean. I’m also reading books that have Korean culture in them, like one example is “Year of Impossible Goodbyes.” This book is about the Japanese occupation, and after that the Russians came and the main characters, a girl and a little brother try to go to the South and they lose their mother on the way there and find out that their guide that took them there is a double agent. I’m learning Korean at home by the internet, my mom and books.









Article posted April 7, 2011 at 06:32 PM GMT0 • Reads 186



The MSP

Article posted May 13, 2011 at 10:38 PM GMT0 • Reads 382





The Reading MSP



The Reading MSP wasn’t as hard as I thought. It was actually pretty easy. It even was a little tiny bit fun!



 



The Math MSP



The Math MSP was way harder than the Reading MSP to me. I thought it would be easier than it was. It was boring.



 

Article posted May 13, 2011 at 10:38 PM GMT0 • Reads 382



Favorite Things to do on a Warm Day

Article posted May 19, 2011 at 06:31 PM GMT0 • Reads 193

My favorite things to do on a warm day at school are: kickball, fliers, 4square, and other sports and things.



 



My favorite things to do on a warm day at home are: walk to the park and practice batting and catching for baseball, go to a swimming pool and swim, garden, and play with my friends (If some friends were over).



Article posted May 19, 2011 at 06:31 PM GMT0 • Reads 193



My Plans for This Weekend

Article posted June 3, 2011 at 11:26 PM GMT0 • Reads 251

On Saturday I'm going to the Fox Hollow Estate Sale! I might get two more chickens too! I'm also going to the school carnival with one of my friends!I can't wait!!!



 



On Sunday I'm going to watch the movie Inkheart. I've read the book but haven't seen the movie.

Article posted June 3, 2011 at 11:26 PM GMT0 • Reads 251



Competition

Article posted June 13, 2011 at 11:38 PM GMT0 • Reads 209

Today is Field Day. I think I’m very competitive but not super competitive. I’ve won prizes before on Field Day at Arbor Heights Elementary since I’ve been here since kindergarten. I won some this year too.

Article posted June 13, 2011 at 11:38 PM GMT0 • Reads 209



My Favorite Subject in School

Article posted June 16, 2011 at 07:00 PM GMT0 • Reads 764

My favorite subject in school is Art because I like being artistic, its fun, and I’m pretty good at it, not to brag. Also it encourages me to do more at home.



My second favorite subject in school is Gym because I like the games we play in Gym.

Article posted June 16, 2011 at 07:00 PM GMT0 • Reads 764



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