Monthly Archives: November 2012

You are a pro smacker!

Mr 5:  Teacher, what does professional mean? Teacher:  That’s a big word.  It means somebody is good at what they are doing.  For example, if a person is very good at playing football, he can become a professional footballer.  In … Continue reading

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A Bully

By Eddison C. (12 years old)   Everyone in school fears Abraham.  A strapping fellow, he is a head taller than all of us. He has big, strong hands that can easily break your neck.  An ugly scar is stamped … Continue reading

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My Pet

By Michelle F. (12 years old)   My favourite animal is a dog and of course, I have a cute little dog for a pet.  I named it Doggy.  I play with him before going to school each day.  After … Continue reading

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I want to colour him blue!

  Mr 5:  Teacher, I want to colour Max blue. Teacher:  Why would you want to do that? Mr 5:  I am thinking of blueberries and I want to eat them.

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Should students be allowed to bring mobile phones to school?

By Jackson L. (12 years old)   Students should not be allowed to bring mobile phones to school as they get easily distracted by these communication devices during class. Young people tend to download all kinds of games to their … Continue reading

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Bus

By Maxwell C. (5 years old)   A bus is long.  It has a lot of windows.  I like looking out of the windows.

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My Favourite Food

By Anderson C. (9 years old) My favourite food is okra.  In fact, it is the only vegetable that I eat.  An okra is long and shaped like a lady’s finger hence its other name – lady finger.  It is … Continue reading

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