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My first writing project was to write five similes pertaining to the topic of Halloween. A similecompares two different things useing like or as. Here are some that I wrote.
The big fat scary pumpkin is as bright as the sun.

The huge pumpkin is as fat as a truck wheel.

The carved pumpkin is as dark as night.

The pumpkin smells as yummy as a pumpkin pie.

The pumpkin is as gooey as bubble gum.


Learning Project-Giraffes



A giraffe’s blood vessels are elastic, and this makes it possible to drink water from the streams without fainting.
A male giraffe is called a bull. and a female giraffe is called a cow and a baby is called a calf.
A large male can eat up to 100 pounds of food a day.
They are six feet tall.


I think giraffes are so cute!
I think we should learn more about giraffes.
I think giraffes are so cool.
I like the color of the giraffe.
I think they should make giraffes as a pet.

Learning Project-Huskies

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The husky’s color is black, white, and gold.

Not all huskies have blue eyes; some can turn brown and amber blue.

The husky is nimble and graceful when it walks.

The husky has a medium size body.

Huskies love to play like any other dog.

Huskies are not forced to pull sleds the do it for fun and exercise.

They are loving to their owner.

The pups are about 6’’above the ground.

The wolves are the ancestors of the huskies.

Female huskies weigh around 35 to 50 lb.

Kailyn Berhrens

learning project-hurricane katrina

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Did you know that about 1,836 people died in Hurricane Katrina?

Did you know that on August 23, 2005 that Hurricane Katrina hit ?

Wow, Hurricane Katrina had waters 6-12 miles from the beach !

The damage of Katrina was about eight-one billion dollars !

The winds of the Hurricane were up to 175 mph.

The area of where it all happen was the Bahamas, of South Florida.

Look, at all the damage Katrina did.

Go help clean up the damage from Hurricane Katrina.

There is a clean up crew for Hurricane Katrina, but it took about about ten mounths to clean up the mess.

HurricaneKatrina was the sixth strongest hurricane that was ever recorded,and the waves reached up to twenty feet high