Mrs. Larue

“Hi everyone, I’m Skylar Rainbow, Snort City’s news reporter.” “Today I’m going to be doing a report on Mrs. Larue, and her crazy story about her dog, Ike.” “Hi Mrs. Larue!” “How are you today?” “Well, I’m doing great today!” “That’s good, I’m doing great, myself.” ” So, now talk about your dog, Ike.” “Well,  I sent Ike to obidence school to become an even better dog than he already was.” “Then I found out that he ran away from there, and I got really worried cause I didn’t know where he he could of went.” “Well, then it was like a couple months later, he came back.” “I was sooo happy I had tears of joy!!” “When I found him I was walking across the street on the way home from the bakery, all sassy like I always do, and this car came out of no where and almost hit me.” “Luckily Ike came and saved my life.” “He got in lots of trouble from running away, but I was also really happy he was home, so for dinner we had our favorite meal, Chick-Fil-A!!” ”  Wow what an amazing story Mrs. Larue, thank you so much for sharing!!!” “The End!”

Westward Expansion- California Gold Rush

I went west for the California Gold Rush because, I thought that I could possibly get rich and maybe start a business or company and do some other things with the gold I had found. Gold was found in 1848 by James Wilson Marshall at Sutter’s Mill in Coloma, California. When people found out, everyone rushed to California through wagon trains, which eventually California became a boomtown. Before the Gold Rush happened a town where gold was found used to be a ghost town. A little while after the Gold Rush, there soon was the very first Transcontinental Railroad in 1869 in California, which was a faster way to get to places than just using wagon trains.

5 vocabulary words: Gold Rush,  boomtown, wagon trains, ghost town, Transcontinental (railroad)

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Patriot Poem: Thomas Jefferson

Was a Primary Author of the Declaration of Independence.

Young delegate to the Second Continental Congress.

Was elected governor of Virginia.

Had six kids.

Thomas Jefferson

Was a Lawyer.

Elected to Congress in 1783.

Wrote “Notes On The State Of Virginia.”

On January 1, 1772 he married Martha Wayles Skelton.

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Hour of Code Reflection

I was on Google Logo Hour of Code lesson. I learned that there is all different kinds of ways you can make Google Logos, it was fun making your on Google Logo however you wanted to.

Life in 5th Grade

5th grade has lots of new things from 4th grade… for example: We have bathroom passass, we have 5 teachers, there’s no writing staar, we take are backpacks to every class, we have hall meetings, there’s a science staar, we get more involved with American history and science, and even more different things. This year i’m looking forward in doing lots of science experiments, passing all of the staar tests, getting A’s, become better at reading and science, read more, I want to make new friends in school, church, etc. I want to do whatever I can do to get ready for middle school next year! It’s very, very, VERY hard without Jenna this year, but i really hope sometime this year me and my Mom can go visit her in Tennessee. I hope that I can get more involved with Volleyball and dance as well. I know that 5th grade might be harder than 4th but, if you just listen to your teachers, do what you’re told and be kind to EVERYONE then you’ll have a great and fun year, trust me!! I’m very excited for the things that we will do in 5th grade, and I hope 5th grade will be a year I will remember.

Indian Blanket/Firewheel

The Indian Blanket’s Scientific Classification is: Asteracecae. The Indian Blanket’s Scientific name is: Gaillardia pulchella. The Indian Blanket grows everywhere in Texas, but it also grows everywhere in the United States. The Indian Blanket has red petals, with yellow petals on the edges. The blooming period for the Indian Blanket is: May-September. The height of the Indian Blanket is: 1  1/2-2 Feet. Suggested uses for the Indian Blanket is: roadsides, drainage, ditch slopes. open fields, and mixes. 2 interesting facts about the Indian Blanket: 1. You can find the Indian Blanket’s at the beach. 2. When you put these flowers in a vase they stay alive for about six-ten days.