What Kind of Punctuation Am I?
I think I am a parentheses because these are a way of adding more (as in more detail) to a sentence but still keeping it grammatically correct. I relate to a parentheses because I talk a lot so I add a lot of details to conversations like a parentheses adds detail to sentences. I also am like a parentheses because they look like little smiles for example (: , the little smiles remind me of me because I try to always be happy and I love to smile (even though you may not see it through my mask).
For me the plank was hard but so rewarding. When we first started and I heard that we were going to be getting up to about five minutes I thought that I would surely collapse, but as we went along I could feel my strength growing and five minutes did not feel so impossible. Doing my plank taught me so much about how dedication and time. I first thought when we started I thought I would see no improvements but I saw a lot of improvements. When we started with thirty seconds I thought that was semi hard which seems crazy because after a week or so thirty seconds sounds like nothing, my final time was 4:15 seconds.
My new goal is to do squats, so right no right now. I am doing twenty squats a day. Once it is January 15th ( mid January) I am going to start doing thirty squats. I have been coloring in January on sketchbook.
This is a wisdom take that I made into a comic; a wisdom tale is a story with a moral to it. This story is call The Lion Maker and the moral is that street smarts is just as important as book smarts. I think this moral is very important because a lot of people just care about book smarts and forget to learn life skills. I chose the comic because when I read it seemed interesting and fun to draw.
One of my favorite hobbies is crafts. The photo is an origami Christmas tree that I made and the lights are beads on a piece of string. I do crafts any free time I have and for my birthday and Christmas I always hope for craft supplies. I find crafts calming and a good downtime activity. I love origami, painting, coloring and also making bracelets.
During my remote week I learned that I like at home work better when I do it with someone. For example, me and my brother would work together or I would call a friend and work together. This helped me stay focus and feel connected. I did not really have a spot where I did school, I just did wherever. My favorite homework I did was making my French Algeria presentation and also making my Language Arts story. I was reading “What was The Hindenburg?” but I finished that this morning so I am looking for a new book.
I am grateful for my family, pets, food, school, outside, winter, holidays, baking, field hockey and my friends. I am grateful for my family because they are always supportive and caring, they also just make me happy. I want to give gratitude to my pets because they always want to play and my favorite is when I come home from school and my dogs jump all over me and get excited. I am thankful for food because my family can afford it and I know some people can not. I am grateful for school because it is fun to see my teachers and friends, I am also thankful because they are helping me in the future when I want to get a job or to get into a college. I am especially thankful for school because I know it is hard to be open during a pandemic and I know all the faculty and staff are working extremely hard. I am thankful for outside because I love to be outside and it is very calming to be outside. I am thankful for winter because it is my favorite season because of the brisk air and warm hot chocolate, also sometimes we get snow. I am grateful for the holidays because it makes me happy and I get to see my extended family (there is also great food). I want to show my gratitude for baking because it is enjoyable and relaxing, also delicious. I am grateful for field hockey because I get to meet new people at practice and have fun playing the sport. Last but not least I am grateful for my friends who make me laugh and have fun, they are always there for me as well.
Who Was John F. Kennedy by Yona Zeldis , Jill Weber and Who HQ.
I really like this book so far it is very interesting. It is a biography about JFK who was a former president of the USA, but sadly his presidency was cut short. It is medium level of reading difficulty. It has some nice pictures and the chapters are pretty short. I am someone who likes to read biographies so this is a great book for me but if you don’t like biographies this is probably not the book for you, but it is still worth a try because you never know. If you enjoy this book there is another book on his wife Jacqueline Kennedy which I have also read and it is very good. These are both ebooks on Sora but I looked it up and they do make paper copies.
My puppy has grown so much since April and he gets along great with our 10 year old (he is on the left , he is named Clark). Lewis (the puppy) was 15 pounds when we got him and now he is 80 pounds! He has been my best friend and love him so much; it has been great to watch him grow. He just makes me so happy and I am so glad we managed to convince my parents to get him. It literally feels like yesterday we got him yet in four months he turns 1 ! Lewis is one of the best pets I have ever owned 😁💚