Wednesday, August 29, 2007

All About Puppies

by Daziz, second grader

Table of Contents
1. puppy
2. grow up to be a dog
3. dogs
4. finding a home

After a dog come out it mom stomach it is called a..
PUPPY. It can’t run or play. Puppys are mammals.
Puppy’s are warm blooded.
Puppy’s live allmost everywhere.
Puppies are very, very, very... CUTE!

Growing up to be a dog
After a few weeks or months a puppy can run and play but only a little bit. Some puppies are trained.

My dog’s name is Casper. He’s an American Eskimo.
He’s white and very, very furry.

Anyway my dog is kind of trained . Stop talking about
my dog, Dog!

Now this puppy is officially a dog. Now she [or he] can run fast and play alot. Some dogs look small and they are still a grown up. My dog is only 3.

Curses me! I always talk about my dog.
My dog’s birthday is July 2, 2003. Curses me again.

Finding a home
Now the dog has to find a home and make sure she[or he] likes the house. What dogs need is:
and somebody that loves her[or him].

Casper’s owner is...ME, NEN-E, DWYANE, DEVIN and DANA.


Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Why Dog Fight With Cat

by Do Yeop, second grader

Because I listen at story one day people lost the ring and dog
and cat want to find the ring.

and cat said to mouse if you bring the ring and I will not eat you.

and mouse bring the ring and cat and dog was happy and cat
bring the ring and cat go to home first and people said, “Good,
nice cat,” and dog coming and people said, “Dog, next time help
the cat .” That's why dog and cat fight.

next page is another story.

One day Jonny go to fishing and he catch the 28 sun fish next
day . He catch the 20 fish again and he go to home but fish stick
is not get out. And that was big fish and all America people help
and he get a big fish . the end , it was in this story from 2 ,
different story thank for see this book

Friday, August 24, 2007

If I Were President I Would...

by Mrs. Wallin's and Mrs. VanVeldhuizen's kindergarteners

Sierra B. - let everyone eat ice cream.
Faith - go out for supper every night at Carlos O'Kellys.
Alexis - make a safe law.
Kendall - make people clean up their houses.
Scott - boss people around.
Parker - go to a hotel 99 times.
Andrew - want everyone to eat Cheerios for breakfast at school.
Damion - say no going outside.
Hunter - make everyone take a nap.
Dylan - have people eat 100 chocolate bars.
Autumn - spend money on gold.
Madison K. - live in Lake Mills forever.
Libby - eat snacks for dinner.
Lydia - let everyone have a snowball fight, but make sure there was no ice in it.
Hannah - have ice cream for supper everyday.
Luke - make people go hunting and play video games.
Cael - make moms and dads go to daycare and do homework.
Tyler - go to school.
Julissa - let kids drive when they're 14.
Jareth - make people order a pepperoni pizza for lunch everyday.
Sierra M. - have a messy room.
Max - keep working.

Friday, April 27, 2007

Evil Hamsters

by Schecky

Today Boing Boing posted a link to the blog of a mother of an 8-year old who, when assigned to write a "spring time poem," wrote this:

meef saying

What It Means To Be Free

by Daniel Herman, second grader - 2/24/1992

My friend Dan recently dug up this essay he wrote in second grade. The assignment allowed him to write about any topic he wanted. While others wrote about dogs and basketball, he chose to write about freedom.

I will tell you what it means to be free. Our country was once ruled by England but now we are free. There have been many laws passed to make sure that people are free. The Emancipation Proclamation said that the slaves were free. No one could own the slaves and make them work for them. The Declaration of Independence said that we were free. We were free from being ruled by England. These laws are important because some people think everyone should be treated evenly. This means everyone is free to make their own decisions.

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Let's Grow Gills

by Cody, fifth grader

I turned on the news and heard there was going to be a flood. Immediately I screamed with joy. Mom and Dad said what’s the matter? I said there was going to be a flood. They also screamed but not with joy. They panicked. I said to Mom, "Maybe it’s because the polar ice caps melted."
They said, "that’s silly".
I said, "you never know".
They then said, "don’t be stupid".
I said, "why not"?
They couldn’t come up with an answer. My parents asked how will we survive?
I said, "that’s easy".
They said, "how"?
I then said, "Let’s lock up the doors."
They said, "You’re getting stupid again."
I then said, "Let’s" grow gills"! Almost immediately, we grew gills. Right when we grew gills the flood came. It scared my parents. Again I screamed with joy. We then began to fish. They used me as bait. We caught 78 pirhana and 56 sharks. I was having a lot of fun. After the flood was done I said I hope we have another flood. It would be very fun!

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Dear My Dog

by Kelsey, fifth grader

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

The Mystery of the Stolen Money

by Maddie, Consuelo, and Jonah, second graders

Note: I'm posting this mainly because of the terrifying final line.

Once upon a time there was a kingdom with a King. He had lots of money but then someone stole it. The king was sad but he had helpers named Maddie, Consuelo, and Jonah. The king called his helpers to find the thieves. They did try to help but they couldn't do it because they couldn't find them.

They went to the woods to think of something. When they were there they heard something running. They ran too, except Maddie. She just stood there and kept watching the thieves. Consuelo and Jonah chased after the noise to find out what it was. When they got a little closer they saw something in his hand like a dollar bill.
  • Jonah: Maybe they are the thieves?
  • Consuelo: How do you know?
  • Jonah: Well, they do have the money. Maybe we should go back and tell Maddie what we saw.
When they got there Consuelo told Maddie that they saw the thieves.
  • Maddie: Where?
  • Jonah: Right at the end of the woods. Let's go to the king.
  • King: Why don't you set a trap?
  • Maddie: How?
  • Jonah: First we have to draw a map Maddie.
  • Maddie: What kind of map?
  • Jonah: Well a looking sort of map.
  • Consuelo: OK.
  • Jonah: Now we should go see if it works.
  • Maddie: There they are. Then let's do it!
  • Consuelo: But how?
  • Jonah: Well, it does not matter. Here we go. Now get down.
  • Maddie: We got them, and together!
  • Jonah: Look at the money. We'll see what the king says.
  • King: Well done! Now you go down to the dungeon and you kids get a prize.

The end!

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