How did she get up there?
Leaping left and right, endlessly over the desolate ravine, for a striving success. Using all the ripping strength she had, she scaled the wall so expeditiously, it was like she flew.
But is that really how she got up there?
Strapping in, she boards. Watching the white fluff balls rushing past her. Soon enough, the door whipped open. The jump, the cord… lastly, the epic landing. As if she was Hulk, she landed with one knee and fist on the ground, proudly looking into the sunset.
That’s how she got up there!
Try the 100 word challenge for yourself! Tell your teacher, your whole class can do it!
Look at what I found!
Have you ever taken a reflection photo? If you have share the link I would love to see it!
“Dreams create ideas, it’s when those ideas lead to extrodanary things, that can change the world.”
Follow your dreams, they have no limit.
So my friend likes ideoms, so she says them alot. But I don’t have any idea what they mean!? Can you help me?
These are the ideoms, comment what you think they mean!
-When pigs fly…
-easy as pie
-piece of cake
-a hot potato
-kill two birds with one stone
Thank you for the idioms:http://www.theidioms.com/kids/
We have just asinged a new social contract in room 30, and it has changed everything! A few days ago Mrs. Vazquez had our groups come up with ideas for what to put on the social contract (and I think we did pretty good) so our teacher had everyone sign it, if they agreed. Now when ever we’re off task she points to the contract, and most of us shape up.
If you want to read orbiting Jupiter I would sujest not reading this if you want to read Orbiting Jupiter. After reading about the characters in the book, our teacher had us write a letter to one of the characters in the book. I whent above and beyond and did two letters to Maddie and Joseph’s dad.
Your little girl is beautiful, she’s walking and talking now and she’s living with an amazing family. You and Joseph must be so proud, and so happy. If you didn’t know when you and Joseph were together, he would walk 7 miles just for you in the cold, the rain, and sometimes in the snow. When you past, he couldn’t live with himself knowing that you were gone. The only other thing he had in his life was Jupiter. He traveled on foot in a snowstorm going door to door looking for her, with him thinking of you the entire time. Eventually Jupiter’s foster mom was found. Sadly Joseph never got to see Jupiter before he past. Joseph still got his way even when he sacrificed his life, when he past he still got to see you.
Dear Joseph’s dad,
You have ruined the lives of many. Just to buy a new truck you would put your own child in danger. To be honest I get it, money means a lot… But it’s not what matters. You tried to kill your son, your family, but instead you killed yourself and him. You should have left the money behind and let your child be, for what you did you made it so Joseph can never see Jupiter. Finally becoming used to his family and friends, you take it all away. What did you get from doing what you did? Was it worth it?
Teachers think of this idea when you read a book like orbiting jupiter, and students if you seem interested in this activity comment it to your teacher. If I didn’t explain this enough or you need a few clarifying questions just ask in the comments, I’ll be glad to awnser back!
Orbiting Jupiter is this book we just read as a class and it was fantastic! This story gives vivid details and makes us hold on to our seatbelts. Many feelings are showed Hope, Suffering, Love, and even Forgiveness.
While we were reading orbiting jupiter our teacher insisted that we did a mind map we splattered all our ideas and evidence out on the mind map while we wee reading to find the main jist of the story (very colorful)
Teachers think of this idea when you read a book like orbiting jupiter, and students if you seen interested in this activity comment it to your teacher.
If I didn’t explain this enough or you need a few clarifying questions just ask in the comments, I’ll be glad to awnser back!
Copy and paste the link below!
Play this with your students, friends, family, teachers and anyone for that matter!
In my elective class (photography) we studied light trails. Light trails were very hard but very fun. How you make light trails is you have one person holding the camera (slow shutter app) while another person moves a light! At the end we get a really cool photo!
Flashlight friday we do almost every friday. Every friday we would bring flash lights to school, Mrs. Vazquez turned off the lights, but we turn on our flashlights.