April 30

Readers Reflection 4-30-18 Pt:1

Title: Echo
Author: Pam Munoz Ryan
Illustrator: Dinara Mirtal

Number of Pages: 587

Gypsies: noun: a member of a traveling people traditionally living by itinerant trade and fortune telling. Gypsies speak a language (Romany) that is related to Hindi and are believed to have originated in South Asia.

Bassoon: noun
a bass instrument of the oboe family with a double reed.

Beacon: noun
a fire or light set up in a high or prominent position as a warning, signal, or celebration.

I have a pt 2 coming up with the pictures.


April 17

Triangles Pt.1

In math we are learning about triangles. I am making a different post with the pictures. I chose the inside the A of the AC&T sign because it has a right triangle in it. I chose the white chocolate because it reminded me I’d an acute triangle. I chose the obtuse triangle because after dinner I pushed in my chair and found the obtuse triangle. Those are the three angles that I found I also have more pics with them from the internet. Thanks for reading, BYE!

April 16

My Amendment

If I were to make an amendment I would say everyone needs to ask to have things and to be in the another persons house. I would create it because of robbers and murders. It would probably pass because this stuff is very serious. So that is My Amendment. Thanks, BYE!

April 13

Three Branches of Government

The three branches of government if Executive, Judical, & legislative. The Executive branch has the president, you have to be at least 35 years of age, a natural born citizen. The Legislative branch has the Congress, they declare the wars, this branch has to parts: the senate and the House of Representatives, you must be a citizen for 7 years and have to be 25 years of age. The Judical Branch has a bunch of courts the Supreme Court is the highest, the congress decides how many justices there should be right now there is 9, and the Supreme Court has the final say in the law. That is what I learned about these branches, I hope you guys learned about this too! BYE!

April 13

The first Amendment

The bill of rights is important because if we didn’t have it we could have a horrible world. The first Amedment states “Abridging the freedom of speech, or the press; or the right of the people peaceably  to assemble. This means for freedom of speech you can say what ever you want but you can get a horrible consequence. Peaceably assemble is obviously you get peace in your life.