Bones Poem

I love my bones.

Do you know why?

They lift me up and raise me high.

With them, you know how I’m blessed?

Otherwise I’d be a floppy mess!

Did you know that bones are teeth?

Then how would I eat my Heath?

But then it leaves the exeptation-

I couldn’t eat my vegetation!

The Eclipse!

You probably know that there’s going to be an eclipse on August 21. And that you have to wear special glasses to see it. I hear that the prices for those glasses are getting high. We are going to St. Louis to see it because there’s a great place to see it there. There’s going to be like 50 people in the house we’re staying in with us! It’s going to be sooooo awesome! Naturally, I have never seen that eclipse before. Have you? No, you haven’t. How do I know? I can see the future, past, and present!

Here is a list of the top ten places you should go to see the eclipse best:

  • Depoe Bay, Oregon
  • Madras, Oregon
  • Rexburg, Idaho
  • Casper, Wyoming
  • Alliance, Nebraska
  • Hermann, Missouri
  • Carbondale, Illinois
  • Nashville, Tennesee
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park
  • Charleston, South Carolina

Links Number One I Guess

Here is a link to Amazon – the best online shopping place IN THE WORLD!!!! It is also where I usually buy things.

Here is a link to Google Docs, which is where me and friends are writing a book, which when it’s finished I’ll DEFINITELY  post a link to it on this blog!!!

That is all of the links I can think of now. Look later on in the blog for more links!

Hush Little Baby

This is a song (to the tune of Hush Little Baby).

 

Hush little baby don’t say a word, Mama’s gonna buy you a sheep of herd.

And if that sheep of herd gets lost, Mama’s gonna buy you a new ear floss.

And if that new ear floss buy you don’t shine, Mama’s gonna buy you a Washington pine.

And if that Washington pine don’t live, Mama’s gonna buy you a surprise to give.

And if that surprise to give ain’t cool, Mama’s gonna buy you a remote control pool.

And if that remote control pool gets a crack, Mama’s gonna buy you a drying rack.

And if that drying rack don’t dry, Mama’s gonna buy you a panning fry.

And if that panning fry’s for nerds, I’ll still be looking for silly words.

 

I made it up myself!

 

Song (to the Tune of the Alphabet)

Hush little baby don’t say a word, Mama’s gonna buy you a sheep of herd.

And if that sheep of herd gets lost, Mama’s gonna buy you a new ear floss.

And if that new ear floss don’t shine, Mama’s gonna buy you a Washington pine.

And if that Washington pine don’t live, Mama’s gonna buy you a surprise to give.

And if that surprise to give ain’t cool, Mama’s gonna buy you a remote control pool.

And if that remote control pool gets a crack, Mama’s gonna buy you a drying rack.

And if that drying rack don’t dry, Mama’s gonna buy you a panning fry.

And if that panning fry’s for nerds, I’ll still be looking for silly words.

 

Water Crisis Skit

Narrator: A lot of people in the world don’t have clean water to drink. I’m going on a tour to see what it’s like.

Mother: My children and I have to walk long hours to get water. And the water isn’t even clean!

Kate: (pointing to Tom) Tom got sick just from eating that yucky water!

(Tom moans)

Jamie: We don’t get to go to school and learn. And we never get to play!

Narrator: While the mother and her children are going to get water, we will hear how life goes from the father.

Father: I work in the yard and harvest food for my family. It is very hard work without water to feul me.

Narrator: Hmm. It seems that the mother and children are not home yet.

.                     .                      .                       .

Narrator: (annoyed) It’s been 2 hours now. Shouldn’t they be home yet?

Father: No! It’s not near the time they get home! They are usually home in around 6 hours.

Narrator: Oh .  .  . then I’d better go.

Father: Okay. . . but I kinda wanted you to stay. It gets a little lonely.

Narrator: Well, sorry, but I really gotta get home to my family.

Father: Okay, bye!

(Mother and children come back and get seated for supper)

Father: Hello! I’ve brought us our cold vegetables and uncooked rice!

(There is silence while they are eating)

Mother: Oh, dear. I do wish Narrator were here to tell the audience a little more.

Father: It’s okay. Anyways, it’s time to pray, cause clean water would change everything!

Save The World!

Help me and my nature club save the world by donating money to endangered animals or pollution! Here are some things to know to get you going.

  1. What do you eat? Plants and animals are the only things that you can eat. What would happen if all the food got endangered? Or even extinct?! Hmm?
  2. Do you have a pet? Do you like him/her? Pets are animals!!!
  3. Pollution makes the air warmer. The ice caps will melt if we keep polluting!!!

Here’s where you can donate.

Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is sometimes called the Jewish New Year. Jews think it is the anniversary of the making of Adam and Eve. It is a time of friends, family, celebrations ,sweet foods, and special meals. Jews eat challah bread, apples dipped in honey, fish, and pomegranates for a meal. Challah bread symbolizes life, apples dipped in honey symbolize sweetness, fish symbolize “head of the class”, and pomegranates symbolize – well, pomegranates have 613 seeds, and that is the same number that there is commandments in the old testament, so they are supposed to remind Jews to follow the commandments. Jews want to be and do all of these things. Shana tova (shaNA tovA) means “for a good year”.

Rosh Hashanah is usually celebrated in September, but it can be anywhere between September 5th and October 5th. It is always 163 days after Passover. Also, it is never on a Sunday, a Friday, or a Wednesday. Shana tova!

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