Monthly Archives: April 2014

Pirates

In collaboration with SY (12 years old)   The sky was a tint of orange and a west wind was blowing strongly. It was time. “Let’s commandeer yon trading ship and use its resources to head south, me hearties,” I … Continue reading

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A New Bicycle

By Dexter T. (9 years old)   Davy had a present for Christmas.  It was a new bicycle.  It was blue and very shiny. Davy’s father promised to teach him how to cycle.  They went to the park so that … Continue reading

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Skyscrapers

By Gladyce H. (7 years old)   My family and I went to Kuala Lumpur during the weekend.  Kuala Lumpur is a big city with many big skyscrapers.  Skyscrapers are tall buildings.  There are skyscraper hotels, shopping malls, offices and … Continue reading

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Cow

By Nathassa T. (7 years old)   A cow loves to eat grass.   It is a big animal.  It has a long tail and four legs.  Cows are usually brown in colour.  They can also be white and black. A … Continue reading

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Cow

By Angel T. (6 years old)   The cow makes the sound moo moo all the time.  It also eats grass all the time.  It gives us milk.  I like to drink milk.  Mummy says if I drink lots of … Continue reading

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Venus Flytrap

By Kimberly C. (8 years old)   The Venus Flytrap is a plant that feeds on insects.  It even feeds on baby frogs that do not know better but unsuspectingly leap into its trap.  However, if an insect is big, … Continue reading

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Venus Flytrap

By Dexter T. (9 years old) (Image Credit: venusflytrap.us) The Venus Flytrap is a rare plant that grows on the coasts of North and South Carolina in the United States of America.  The plant can be 4 to 12 inches … Continue reading

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