Tuesday, December 15, 2015


Claymo: Claymo is very fun and we get to do kind things
Leader: Being a leader is a very fun job. Kindergardeners are cute. My sister is loud. 4th graders are nice and helpful.

Monday, December 14, 2015

The Pond

Brother and I went to the pond to skate. I had never skated before, and It wasn't easy, but I soon got the hang of it. Brother was doing tricks and spins and cool other things. Pretty soon, Brother left the pond for home, leaving me alone on the ice. I stood still for a while, but soon the sharp ice broke beneath me. The cold had gotten right into my bones when I heard my brother screaming for help. My mother soon came to the rescue. I held on to a rope as she towed me to safety.


It’s here, Christmas.
Reindeer roaming, snowflakes snowing.
What a jolly time of year!
Santa is coming down the chimney, leering if there are presents here.
Kids fleering snowballs all over the place.
you may even hear him leering down the chimney
What a jolly time of year,
My time is done here.

DINO 100 wc ken

The cold had got right into my bones when I stepped right into the Dinosaur world. I looked behind me a Giganotosaurus was standing right behind me. It was 18 feet tall and 46 feet long it was drooling I saw its knife shaped teeth. But it turned its toward a young Argentinosaurus it was huge the Argentinosaurus was 50 feet long and 30 feet tall. The Giganotosaurus charged toward the big sauropod it killed the gentle giant. The beast feasted on the poor giant. The world went pitch black I woke up on a huge big green white bed.

Sunday, December 13, 2015


Iris and I are the CLAYMO leaders in our group. We read a book called The Tale of Despereaux about being courageous. The main character Despereaux had a lot of courage. I think the kids besides my sister MOLLY liked it. Molly went to the safe seat. She was imitating people and being annoying.  

Our group made a list of ways you can be courageous like standing up to bullies. We also worked together to make a poster about being courageous. It had a castle and Despereaux on it. Mr. Manley hung it in the lunch room.  

Are YOU courageous?  


Friday, December 11, 2015

Claymo by Robert

By Robert
It is going well being a Claymo leader.I’ve learned that I am a fearless speaker and patient.My students are well behaved and rarely get off task and it is easy to keep them controlled.

What is challenging about being Claymo leader is to have confidence in my decisions.What is also challenging is to not read every word on the sheet during the lesson.

I ensured that my whole group understood the big idea by asking questions and making sure people were listening.

Some of my goals include not reading the whole lesson out loud for three Claymo lessons and don’t hesitate to call on somebody.

CLAYMO By: Drake

CLAYMO By: Drake

Claymo , is a nice peaceful time kind of like life skills where you express and learn something new!.Learning something peaceful or helping to better understand how the world should be , and how to spread out like a salad bowl.The meaning of the whole thing (or the main Idea) is to just think how you could be a better person and give a helping hand to others.And almost on every claymo assembly or class it requires teamwork for cooperating.And it is really fun especially when you work with other grades , and maybe even help them if you are a leader.

Being a CLAYMO Leader By: Sonali

10-12-15 (Dec. 10)’s CLAYMO lesson was about courage. We as CLAYMO leaders, asked our groups, “What is courage?”

My group only had one response -- Courage is a mix of confidence and bravery. We discussed examples of courage in our lives such as first learning to swim and the first day of school (as well as other firsts), sharing projects in front of a class, and staying calm during a lightning storm. For any of these, we discussed the need to remain calm, being yourself and trying your best. That’s all you really need to be courageous!

At the end of the day, every CLAYMO group made their own mural about The Tale of Despereaux (by Kate Dicamillo) and how Despereaux was courageous. We included pictures of Despereaux holding a needle/sword, a castle, and a cauldron named, “Soup of Courage.”

In the end, everyone had an idea of how to be courageous.

“Being a CLAYMO leader is nothing to fear. Speak loudly so everyone can hear.”


Claymo Reflection

What it Means to be a Claymo Leader by Aidan

I think it means to be a claymo leader that you have 4 other grades that look up to you and you have to watch your every move. You feel like a teacher when your up there teaching the lesson to the kids, it feels good. The fact that you have to plan the lesson and sometimes try and get the kids under control. Now i know how a teacher feels if you know what i mean. But over all i think it is fun to get up there and be a teacher. But sometimes it's hard to go up there because sometimes your unorganized. So that's what it means to be a claymo leader to me.
Would you like to be a claymo leader?   


Today's Lesson In Claymo was how the mouse, Despereaux showed courage in A lot of things.

We made a mural and we hung it outside of our door. Some things that were hard on me was that my partner was in Texas and I had to be all alone, which was very scary since I was not trained to be alone. It was really fun watching Mrs.Hagene read us The tale of Despereaux. I look forward to meeting them again and doing more stuff and looking at are poster. The mural is about our courage.

Claymo by Devon


claymo was okay...the kids listened well and received the info well,the mural went well except for the fact that our envelope didn’t get the body of despereaux,so we taped on a body-less mouse head . at the beginning of claymo we did not have the markers or the crayons so the 4th graders went to get some,then the teacher could not find the video,then she did.then we couldn’t find the example mural,until I looked in the envelope and found it.then we ran out of time so me and Harry stayed after and glued everything onto the mural.how hectic was your claymo?

Claymo by Lily

Today at claymo we taught a lesson about the book The Tale of Despereaux. It was about having courage and doing things even if they are scary. In the story Despereaux was told to never read a book but he had courage and he did it. He was also scared to save the princess but he was brave and he did it.

We asked kids what they did that was courageous and we wrote it down on a sheet of paper. We glued that on a poster along with Despereaux’s head, the princess’s castle, the soup of courage and someone drew on Despereaux’s body. Overall it was a really fun hands on experience for all the kids and it sponsored our schools book.


                                                                                    CLAYMO   By: Ethan

Today CLAYMO was amazing. Part of it was that me and my fellow CLAYMO partner were very prepared. We knew who was saying what and what was going to happen at what time. Another reason we felt that it was so amazing was that our group really stayed on task and that they were participating in the conversation. We thought are final poster (mural) looked really good because everyone contributed and knew what to do. Usually our group is a little more wild because my fellow partner and I aren’t usually as prepared. I feel like my group really got the message today and that everyone at the end had a better understanding of courage then when they first got there. I think even some members in our group were showing courage. For example one student in my group speaks very little english and today I could tell she was showing courage by trying to talk to me even though it might have been scary because she doesn't speak our language.
A goal I have is to continuing being prepared physically and mentally because it can be scary leading a group sometimes. One way I will try to do this is by making sure I go over the script once or twice the night before. Another way I want to do this is by creating a better relationship with my partner because that way I know if I mess up she’s got my back and that would make me feel a lot better about making mistakes. I also want her to know that if she messes up that I have her back and that should help her feel better if she makes a mistake. I have learned a little bit about myself from this experience and one thing I learned is that I am a better leader than I thought I was, and you have to be to do something like this. For example I have a little kid that doesn't speak english so I have to help her sometimes even though we can't communicate very well.

Would it be scary for you if you had to lead a CLAYMO group?

Awesome Claymo Day

Today we had another great Claymo lesson that was based on the book the tale of Despereaux. We watched a video of the story read by our librarian, and made a mural to put up in the school. The mural we made was to say how even if we have fears or are nervous we need to be courageous. During my time so far as a Claymo leader, I have have learned that I have the ability to teach a group of kids and teach myself at the same time! One thing that is going well in my Claymo group is how everyone listens to one another and doesn’t goof off. They are an awesome group of kids! A challenge that still lingers in my group is a lack of ideas when we have a project to do. I usually am the one who has to come up with ideas. Our lesson today was about being courageous. I made sure my group understood the big idea of this lesson by explaining that being courageous isn’t just about being brave. It is about standing up for what you think is right, or keeping your beliefs even if it is unpopular to do so. I am so excited for our future meetings, but I do have some goals for my team. My goal for my team is to get better at thinking up ideas. I will try to make this happen by not thinking up ideas myself, but letting them do it all on their own -( with a tiny bit of help.) I am so happy I have the team I do, and I can’t wait to see what we do next. “Yay”!!!

                    How do you think Claymo helps students on teams and fifth grade leaders become better people in this world?

CLAYMO Catastrophe

CLAYMO Catastrophe
Twas’ the few long LONG hours before the end of school, It was a CLAYMO day and, as fifth graders we have the (Enormous) responsibility of leading a CLAYMO (Care Lots About Yourself And Many Others) Group. Now this all goes well when your group is calm… But  when they're not… Well, you'll’ find out.The night before we were given our CLAYMO lesson/script to read over at home. (I had sports practices until 7:00 plus the drive home so 8:00 so I [sadly] didn’t have the time to read over the lesson and I had no idea what to expect) I’m not going to explain me whole day to you so let's skip to the good stuff. The announcements come on and Mrs.Scott says “4th and 5th graders go to your single group classrooms.” and the 5th grade hall becomes the 5th grade Death trap everyone is racing in and out of classrooms grabbing their lanyards and buckets and kids headed to their claymo rooms with their supplies. me and lilly (my CLAYMO group leader partner) head to Mrs.Schuh’s classroom. And, She had a sub. Subs don't get the computer so we didn't know how we were going to play the video (But we had that conversation in the hallway [forgetting that Mrs.Miller comes down and helps with the group]) we walk into the classroom and find Mrs.Miller standing there with the computer AND with the video pulled up I asked her to plug the computer into the (not so) smart board and I sat down In the red rocking chair by the rug and wait for everyone to come down to the classroom when everyone got there we started with the CLAYMO promise “I promise to take good care of myself, all the people around me and all the things around me”. Then I realised that for some (unknown) reason a fourth grader came in with a notebook that he was sitting there and drawing in it NOT EVEN LISTENING TO THE LESSON. We stopped and turned on the video with the librarian Ms.Hagene reading the shortened version of the Tale of Despereaux but there was light coming from the window brightening the screen so the class couldn't see I tried to cover it up as much as I could but some of the kids in the class were getting frustrated with me because they couldn't see the LEAST IMPORTANT PART OF THE SCREEN so I moved back and sat on a stool and tried to cover it up with a piece of paper, didn’t work so the sub came up behind me took the paper held it up AND IT WORKED but her arm got tired… but apparently there was blinds on the window that she put down, problem solved. but the screen was all bright, I really didn’t want to fix it so we left it the way it was.We assigned jobs and lilly helped the kinder gardeners write the title of the poster. when they were done they went to the carpet to write different examples of courage on a paper that we would glue onto the poster. But kindergarteners don't want to do that, they want to do somersaults! As they did that (and lilly allowed it) everyone else worked on the poster. One by one the kids working on the poster left until it was just  me, a 4th grader, a 3rd grader, and a 2nd grader. at the very last moment we glued the last piece of paper on.

This CLAYMO lesson was very hectic, confusing, annoying, and frustrating.

As a CLAYMO leader I think that I need to  work on controlling the class, I did a very bad job on that. I also need to work on communicating with my partner.

wilson blog claymo


Claymo is A group of students that come and meet up once A month there are about 2 kids from each grade Level [k-5]. But when you are in 5th grade you can lead that group and you are considered the claymo leader. but sometimes being A leader is hard because you have to talk in front of kids, and you have to double check to make sure that you are doing the right thing because all of the kids look up to you.
But being A leader takes A lot of work you have to trained to be A leader. This is A claymo retreat. This happens in the first or second week of school. You go and learn about teamwork and other very important rules in life.

I love claymo because I get to hear lots of ideas. Would you want to be A claymo leader?

Thursday, December 10, 2015

Claymo by Ava

CLAYMO Leader Experience.

by Ava

In 4th grade, I was so excited to be a CLAYMO leader.  But I was also super nervous because it is a big job and you have to be responsible and be careful, AND be able to calm down kids who feel left out of are confused. But now that I know how to do all of those things, I feel like I am almost a pro at this kind of thing! (Notice how I said ALMOST…) One thing that I would like to happen is more time to prepare. We usually get a sheet, go home and read it while taking notes, but we do not get to practice with real life kids! And you do not have the materials at home to test it to make sure you are doing the right thing… I just  sometimes think that there is  some kind  of pressure,and by pressure, I mean if you mess up in front of your CLAYMO group, they will WATCH you mess up. I have done it so many times… Once, I accidentally said the Pledge Of Allegiance instead of the CLAYMO promise! I was very embarrassed

My goals for future meetings are to notice if a little kid is frustrated when we are doing a group project. Because today, one 3rd grader got frustrated because he got a job that was small and he felt that other kids got better jobs than him. So I decided that he should help with the big jobs.
Another goal for the future is to be more confident, because I am always very nervous when we are about to do a CLAYMO meeting. Like today. I was practically shaking because I was scared that I was going to mess up. But you just have to take deep breaths before you say hello to your group.

I wonder if I am doing a good job being a CLAYMO leader? I wonder what I can do to change?

Today, We did a project with the book  The Tale Of Despereaux. We showed a video about courage, and how Despereaux had the courage to shine light on an evil mouse… Well,we basically talked about courage and examples of courage. At the end, we all made a poster about the book and we used objects from the book. There was a cauldron saying “Courage Soup” and there was Despereaux’s head that the little kids colored and there was a castle, and a book.

I would say that being a CLAYMO leader taught me about responsibility, and curiousness. I am excited about future meetings, and learning more about my group.

Claymo Blog Entry

Claymo Blog
By: Iris

I have learned that I am good at telling the group what to do and making sure everybody is having fun. What I think is going well that people are cooperating together well, and I think Ben and I are good at making sure we are on time. What is still hard for me is getting the group under control and making sure they are following directions. I made sure that my that my group is understanding the big idea by telling them what to do when they got confused. My goals for the future are trying to get them under control and making sure that they do not play or talk when we are talking. I hope that we will have a fun time together.

Claymo blog entry home work

   Claymo Lesson
                                    By Ken  
I have enjoyed being a claymo leader because I get to teach others about peace and courage and etc. I also liked working with the younger kids. I am looking forward to future claymo lessons. Everyone rarely disrupts a claymo and I think so far everything is good and well.  The claymo lesson on  december 10th was to teach the kids to do something courageous and overcome their fears. The big idea was to make the kids do something they had never done and be courageous when their doing something they have a fear have.

I think the Tale of Despereaux was supposed to inspire the kids to do something courageous like what Despereaux did in the book. My goal for future  claymo lessons is to be more confident when I am reading my lines because I sometimes tremble on my notes. I going to make this happen by reading it more slowly and focus on the claymo lesson. My next goal is to help others. To make this happen by helping others when they need help and when they are struggling.

I wonder what the other Claymo lessons are gonna be about?


by: Elaine

    This is the third time we, as Claymo leaders had Claymo! Our lesson was about courage, using the book The Tale of Despereaux as an example. While it was fun helping the others in our Claymo group work on a project relating to the lesson, it was very hard. We didn’t have all of the materials, including one critical one that could have spared us plenty of confusion. Also, the lesson wasn’t very clear on some things. There was one page that made no sense until the Claymo Prep and there was this picture that we just could not find. To me it was very stressful. If you were in this situation, would you have been stressed out too?

Claymo by Mitchell

Being a claymo leader is not as hard as you think. Some kids make it easy and some kids make it hard. Some days you don’t want to end and some days go on forever. The kindergarteners are so cute they don’t know what to do so they do whatever, it is so cute. The fourth graders are paying so much attention because they know that they are going to do this next. o I try to be a good claymo leader so maybe they will be good claymo leaders too. I hoped you enjoyed and good bye!        

Monday, December 7, 2015

100WC, too high

The rope was too high I couldn't reach it. Monsters were running at me. Then I woke up in the ocean. A saltwater crocodile was swimming toward it bit. Then I woke in the Amazon a Jaguar came out of nowhere its eyes were gleaming red. I woke up in the dinosaur world a T.Rex was chasing me I was running for my life! A leaf was over my head it was huge! I tried to climb up it but it was too high. Then a Triceratops gobbled up the huge leaf. Then the T.rex bit me.


It was to high I could not reach the spear to kill the sting Rays and the sharks. Even if I have to serve 1 year in jail. I don't know what they are even doing they are just killing a phenomenal creature that will be soon extinct. We got to stop killing these creatures. If everyone just stopped eating meat and cheese for one day it would save more animals. Do not eat shark fin soup they just cut the fins of the shark and they let it drown in pain just for people to have money. Stop.

Thursday, December 3, 2015

100 Word Challenge: Ava

The Derpy llama was very sacred to the Disney family. That is why Ava is so obsessed with Derp faces and llamas. It all started when the Disney’s first Disney Lamberting the third was getting attacked by an evil llama. But then the llama called for backup and then disappeared.
But then, A nice llama apologized for all of the llamas behavior and then flew away. That left Lamberting with a derpy smile spred accross his face. He also was a spy for llama inc. 10 years later. So that is why Ava Disney is very obsessed with llamas and Derp faces. It is littarley in her blood! :P

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

The Noise

I pulled the blankets over my head and closed my eyes. I briefly dozed off but I was awakened by a melody coming from upstairs. It was pretty, but quiet, so I tried to sleep. A few more seconds in dreamland when I heard it again, this time louder. I covered my ear with a pillow and fell asleep again. Minutes later, there it was! This time it was extremely loud. My head really ached from the music. I jumped out of bed and ran to the attic. I carefully opened the door to find an alien playing a flute!

Monday, November 30, 2015

100wc by ken

OW! my head aches I think I'm going to faint.......... 1 HOUR later I wake on a bed. My head is aching again this time but it doesn't  hurt at all. I look up a lego piece is falling down! And its enormous "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!"  I run like crazy out of the bedroom. But my head still aches!    What has happened to me! It  starting to hurt again. Then everything went white. I was in a white room and there was a red monster and it attacked me and it bit me it hurt. Then I woke up bloody.

Monday, November 23, 2015

The Llama

I unbuckled my seatbelt and reached for the door. I could see giant white hairs dangling over my windshield. I grabbed my stuff and rolled out onto the road. The giant llama sat down on my car and broke it to pieces. Everyone got out of their cars and waited for the beast to attack. I watched as the llama’s ears folded back. I covered my head and the ugly beast spat all over us. Minutes later, the police came and brought animal control. I got to ride in a fancy cop car and the llama was hauled to prison.

100 Word Challenge Sonali

I looked down at a 3 cm. frog crawling onto my leg. can i just say that frogs are disgusting. They are all slimey and are like molecules compared to earth’s core. I wondered to myself… How could something so tiny… be so slimey. Hey! That rhymes! Anyway I walk a little bit hoping to shake off the frog. here’s another… how could something so tiny... ; How could something so tiny stick to my very own skin, I hate it.
I tried to shake the frog off but it just wouldn’t work, so, I grabbed a stick and scraped of the frog.


The big lama was breathing fire from its mouth. Its roars shook the ground it was huge!It  was 500000000 feet tall and its hooves smashed buildings flat! It was so strong it eat building and chomped up jets and missiles. It was crazy! And it was huge! But one day Godzilla came he shot out plasma beams and Llamazilla fell. Godzilla defeated Llamazilla. Llamazilla died. Godzilla dived back into the ocean. The world was at peace. But a T.Rex was and the peace was broken. But the jets took it down the peace was back or is it.

red depression


All Bailey saw was the blood, nothing else, just the blood. The horrible dark red blood. Bailey never understood how dangerous taking someone non-fictional into the fictional world was.

    She just learned the hard way. She new that all Deren had ever wanted was to try to be the hero of his favorite book. Her heart pounded, The way his eyes stayed still, and the way the arrow pierced his heart, the way whenever she called his name he didn’t answer, just spelled out Death. She wanted to scream, and say the world wasn't fair, but she knew that wasn't an option.  

CIA (btw I used fake names.) ;D

"A lama trying out for the CIA?" Jeff asked. "Yep." Said Adam. "He is doing good for now." Adam said again. "He is hiding in the bushes." Jeff told Adam. "People are staring at him." Jeff said again. "He is now the president of the CIA!" Adam told Jeff. "He is TAKING YOUR PLACE!!!" Jeff yellededed. "Wait. yellededed is not a word." the Narrater said. "It is now." My dad said. (btw my dad sucks at spelling and grammerer. and yes, he taught me it...) Anyway, "bye guys say hello to Mr. Lama!" Adam yellededed? "Its ok." dad said. BYE!

100 word challenge

How could something be so tiny. Is was microscopic. I didn't even know what it was. It was some from something but what was it. I think it was part of a laptop. They had to use something but what was it. I ask myself, where am i.  Who are you what is that. That's all i kept asking myself. How did i even get here. Then everything turned white. Just white. You could not see anything. Where am i. Then i have just realised, at that moment. right there. In that room. Right there. It was all a dream.  


It always seems like all of the bugs in the world are in my bedroom even though they aren't. I am personally scarred by bugs, they are creepy, crawly, SLIMY little demons. It all started with a piece of lint. My sister scares me with a fake object that looks like a bug. Today, she used a piece of lint. Very original. She put one on my computer and chuckled. She was up to something. I just knew it.

So later that night, I forgot about the “bug” so, I touched it when I was lifting up the lid. So after all of that trauma, I am scarred.

Sunday, November 22, 2015


looking at my dead mother that was shrinking by the minute. She was so small but still meant so much It was so weird that she was still shrieking. She died 3 months ago and I had not moved a bone since. I still did not know who did it but I did not get that something so tiny meant so much more I looked the smaller she got but the only thing in my mind was how just how could something so tiny mean so much I shrink with her until we were both dead. Dead in her room.  

Saturday, November 21, 2015


There it was how could something so tiny be so big.
There was an ant that was at least 5 feet tall. It was as big as the empire state building and as wide as bush stadium. It was taking over the world and everything with it. it was taking over the bus stop, the cars, even the schools, well at least no school
but how could something so tiny be so big it was really big, so big that I can kill it, cause I have a magnifying glass to it so that is why it is  big.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

100 WC: Robert

   The explorers

How could something so tiny hurt so much? The forest rustled with mosquitos as the explorer hurried to find shelter.I don’t want to get malaria a explorer complained.Too bad the leader said. We have to find something! They walked on.

By noon half of explorers were dead or sick. What can we do? I don’t know maybe we could leave them behind? One of them said. We will leave them behind the leader announced.

Suddenly he fell to the ground.I leave my leadership to Jack he gasped and then died. Let’s go Jack said. They packed up and left. They went through the African forest and found their way out.  

100 WC: Riley

One gloomy rainy morning I was sitting in my room, at home, alone. And then I saw it, a bright light slammed down into my backyard, I was astonished and VERY scared. I heard many grunts and my back door opened. And then… music? did I hear music? I came down stairs and loads of tiny rainbow colored aliens were jumping around my house. and the song, it was in a foreign language, not something earthy though, it sounded a bit like blerrp gajerp mehhhh wopa gurt. I started dancing thinking “How could something so tiny throw such an epic party!”

A Stinging Trip

                      A STINGING TRIP

7 students got stung by bees on a field trip. One student got stung in the face and another got stung 6 times. But what had happened? The 5th grade students of Glenridge Elementary School had been on their way back to their school after seeing a play performed by Wydown Middle School called Christmas Story. It was planned that the students would have gone to a park on the way back to school. There were many leaves. No one gave this much thought. What harm can leaves do? Students even buried each other in leaves. What was dangerous about the leaves was what they hid. There was a beehive...and the bees were active. No one was prepared. Bees were not known to be active during the winter. There weren't supposed to be bees buzzing around! But nevertheless the bees were awake. The students were running around. That led to a chase. One that was quite one-sided. After all, the ones being chased were not aware of this chase. Fortunately the teachers brought first aid packs. If it was not brought the situation would have been worse. So remember, it doesn't hurt to be prepared.

100 Word Challenge: Mitchell

no one could of thought how could something so tiny have caused so much commotion. Lets back up a little my name is mike and my world changed in a matter of minuets, it was a sunny day I was at school leaning and what not when a huge explosion happened right next to my school. We were all surprised this has never happened before but before I knew it we were all running, screaming, and above us was a huge u.f.o appeared with little tiny aliens started coming down and shooting at us and suddenly I awoke      

Fire! (100WC)

I stared at my room. My books. All my belongings. Burning. A fire was destroying my house. And there was nothing I could do about it. I felt like crying. Because all of this was my fault. I light a match and then dropped it. The fire spread throughout the house. How could something so tiny be so destructive? My parents say it isn't my fault. I know they're lying just to make my feel better. Every single second of watching my house burn is excruciating. I hear the deafening siren of the fire truck. Then, I cry.

100WC-11/19/15-Party Aliens

Party Aliens

One gloomy rainy morning I was sitting in my room, at home, alone. And then I saw it, a bright light slammed down into my backyard, I was astonished and VERY scared. I heard many grunts and my back door opened. And then… music? did I hear music? I came down stairs and loads of tiny rainbow colored aliens were jumping around my house. and the song, it was in a foreign language, not something earthy though, it sounded a bit like blerrp gajerp mehhhh wopa gurt. I started dancing thinking “How could something so tiny throw such an epic party!”

scratch all day long

“Uuuuuuuuugh”! Maya, groned. She just couldn’t keep her mind off her head. Scratch, scratch, scratch. She couldn’t stop scratching her head. She couldn’t keep herself from wondering how could something so tiny, cause her head to itch so much? “I hate lice”, she grumbled.

“Hopefully the itching will go down once we use this special lice shampoo”. Her mother replied.
   “ I don’t think it will work mom”. Maya protested.
     “ But I am also going to use this special brush to get the nits out”.
   “FINE”!!! She screamed.
  So, for the next 30 minutes Maya had to sit there and have her hair brushed.

It was the first day of october. People running for this big red alien. I Said to myself"how could something so tiny rule the world" The alien already taken over north america south america europe and antarctica. The world was changing. The world was ending. I was captured in the prison. Over 5.5 billion humans were cramped into 57 cages 9 by 9 miles long. Boom Boom. I her a huge wave of water wash over the prison the little aliens have been invaded by their worst nightmare the angels. Then i heard a voice wake up.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

The bee stings.

“I gotta go wee wee!”. These were some of the last words we heard before we went to Oak Knoll Park. We walked from Wydown to the park. When we got there we were pretty board. A couple of us started to play capture the flag. What we didn’t know was that we hid the flag under a bee infested tree. Someone took the flag and boom, they got stung. The line just keep going.How could something so tiny hurt so much. Mrs. Scott came in her car and picked four kids up. When we got to school everyone was okay.


I sat still on the sidewalk watching the ants. There was a sandwich on the hard concrete. They were grabbing huge chunks ten times their size. How could something so tiny be so strong? I reached for a worker ant carrying a hunk of cheese. It climbed my finger and I placed it at the top of the anthill. More ants came to me. I took several at a time, placing them all near the anthill opening. There were so many that I put small pieces of sandwich inside the anthill. When every crumb was gone, the ants went home.

Monday, November 16, 2015

100 Word Challenge

I was starting to get bored. I have been dancing all day but I guess that is what happens when your the best dancer in the world. I don’t even get paid to do this. Yes this is my job dancing and signing autographs all day. While I was telling you this a little kid came up to me and challenged me to a dance. I started dancing, I didn’t do my best because he was a little kid and I wanted to give him a chance. He is celebrating. He beat me. How could something so tiny beat me?

field trip of doom......

I have lived to tell the tale of the bees. we were at a park and we were playing a game called capture the flag. capture the flag is where you try to get the other teams flag. They are going to hide it. 1 2 3 shouted someone I was really trying hard to get it. There was a lot of holes and it looked like mars. Just the thing I did not know was there was a hornets nest in one of the holes. We were playing and a kid named jack got stung. I was really having fun. Then I stepped in a hole, hornets came flying out at me got stung at least 3 our more times I could fell it. It felt like someone sticking a small tooth pick in me. I ran to the teachers and I was saking because I did not know if i was allergic to bees. I have never got stung and I did not plan to, and not today.

I was on the way to school with others that got stung. When we got to school I went to the nurse and she said that I got stung by 6 hornets!

                                         HAVE YOU EVER GOT STUNG BY A BEE?

100WC Ben Siwak

"What is it?" Jeff asked as we both looked through the microscope. "Its an atom." I said. "How could it be so tiny." Jeff told me. "I don't know. " I answered. "Its on everything!" Mr. Kearney told us. "Even us?" Asked Jeff. "Sure" Dave told us. "He's right." Mr. Kearney told us.

"What is it?" Jeff asked as we both looked through the microscope. "its what makes and atom. Mr. Kearney told us. "How are they made?" Dave asked. "I don't know yet, but I will try to figure out. Know one ever did in their life.

100 Word Challenge: Ollie

RED by Ollie
It was a bright sunny morning, I was walking down stars. Then walk into the kitchen I paused, I saw RED liquid dripping down the side of the counter. I fainted.
SPLASH! I was woken by getting a face full of water. I stood up and started like I was still I was fear of the red liquid. So really I jumped up and ran up the stars, in my room, and under my covers. Soon my mom comes up the stars, in my room, and pulls the covers off of me.

“What was that all about?” said Mom
“Bold” I mumbled
“what? oh I spilt some tomato juice.” said mom