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By Townes B. 2012-2013. On school days, we usually read a little in between the time that we change and the time that we go to P.E. Before we change for.

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1 By Townes B

2 On school days, we usually read a little in between the time that we change and the time that we go to P.E. Before we change for P.E., we either have art class or music class, depending on what week it is. We have recess near the end of the day, toward where we have to start packing up to go home. If we have a little time, Mrs. Weth might read to us. My favorite part of the day is when we get to have free reading time. At the end of the day on Friday, we get to trade in the stamp cards that we have earned.

3 My Class We have many people in our class. I am the one in the gray “Vail” jacket. Meet Our Class Click to view the video:

4 At Work This is me, presenting my biography project about George Washington’s life and his many accomplishments.

5 Celebrating International Dot Day!

6 This is me. As you can see in the picture, I like ice cream. I have a very sensitive stomach, though, so my mom tells me not to eat too much. I get a lot of A pluses in my report card, so I am a good student. I like to go to Father-Son Weekend at Camp La Junta with my dad. Sometimes my friend, Jake, comes with his dad and meets up with us so we can have fun.

7 My Self-Portrait

8 My Favorite Books Where the Sidewalk Ends I have a lot more… Where’s Waldo? Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator A Light in the Attic Science Verse The Chocolate Touch Chocolate Fever

9 I will tell you about field trips that we have taken this year. Once we went to Bass Hall to see “The Nutcracker”. It took a long time to get there, but the play was worth the wait. We also went to Camp El Tesoro until eight o’ clock. I was nervous at first, but then I got used to it. Both field trips were so much fun!

10 El Tesoro  Camp El Tesoro was so much fun, and I can see why my friend, Jake, likes it so much! My favorite activity was archery, and I have improved a LOT since the last time I had archery, because if missing shots could kill, I’d be dead, but this time was SO FUN because the targets were closer. I also like it because the founder of Camp El Tesoro was MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER! I love Camp El Tesoro!

11 This is me, making seed bombs for my mom. A seed bomb is a ball of clay mixed in with dirt and flower seeds. How it works is you take the seed bomb and throw it someplace with grass. It has to be someplace where they don’t mow the lawn. Then, next spring, flowers will be there for you and your family to look at. It is a great way to plant seeds without having to work so hard.

12 Gump Day  I am a Gatling Pea from “Plants vs. Zombies”. Day and night, rain or shine, I must protect my planter from getting his brains eaten by the constant zombie onslaughts, shuffling toward our house every day. I am devoted to protecting my planter with my life, and I get the respect I deserve. He takes very good care of me in his Zen Garden, and I appreciate it. He is very nice, and I love him. I have to go now. Another onslaught is approaching!

13 Charlotte’s Web  In Charlotte’s Web, I was Mr. Arable, Fern’s and Avery’s father, and the husband of Mrs. Arable. My favorite scene was when Avery had a fight with Fern, and Avery fell and broke a rotten egg. It was so funny! I also liked the little jingle that Charlotte (Kelly) sings when she “spins” the words in her web.

14 Muffins for Moms This is me with my mom on Muffins for Moms day. On Muffins for Moms, kids’ moms come to hear their kids sing for them while they enjoy delicious muffins.

15 Field Day This is me on Field Day, jumping in and out of car tires that are part of an obstacle course. It is not a long one, but you are timed on how fast you run through it. You stop your time when you hit the bottom of the trash can at the end of the obstacle course. This was my last activity of Field Day before my mom picked me up.

16 State Floats

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