Rube Goldberg Reflection
For our Science Rube Goldberg project, Taelon and I worked very well together. Our first blueprint of our project had some unrealistic things we had to take out. In fact, most of the things we put in there we had trouble with or we had to change, but that all right because we definitely learned from it. I think we worked very well together because we would both contribute equally to everything, we...
Daddys Pink Rose by Cheryl Costello-Forshey
Her hair up in a pony tail, her favorite dress tied with a bow Today was Daddy’s Day at school, and she couldn’t wait to go But her mommy tried to tell her, that she probably should stay home Why the kids might not understand, if she went to school alone But she was not afraid; she knew just what to say What to tell her classmates, on this Daddy’s Day But still her mother...
Humanities Project Reflection
Researching and creating a project about women’s suffrage in America throughout history set me and my partner Ruby on a rant at some points. Ruby had an idea to do a Jeopardy show for our project and have some of the eight graders take part in being the contestants in our show. We put them into three teams(two of three, and one of two) and told them to read a chapter in a book that their...
Here is the link to the night before Christmas(it was too long to post by itself. It was written by Clement Clarke Moore.
Birdy Birdy, In the sky, What you doing in my eye, It tastes like sugar, It feels Like soup, Oh My God, Its birdy poop. By Kim
To My Alarm Clock by anonymous
Every morning I lie there innocently sleeping When the peace is ruptured by a horrible beeping. My serenity ripped asunder, sudden and drastic By this evil, demonic, red-eyed piece of plastic. I roll over in pain and pound on the snooze, Groaning, moaning, thinking ‘What’s there to lose?’ ‘Don’t make me get up, just nine minutes more.’ The same thing...
the movie is grey the T.V. is black the horses are running please bring me some food by Dr. Doofenshmirtz(via Phineas and Ferb) note from me: It is truly a touching and most sincere poem.