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What Have I Learned This Year By Michael Wegener
I learned how to use decimals.
I learned about magnets.
I learned about idioms. For example, “living in a pickle” which means living a hard life.
I learned about the powers of ten = 1000
I learned about Jackie Robinson in reading.
I learned sound travels through anything (gases, solids, and liquids).
I learned about heat.
I learned about the lives of Native Americans.
I learned partial quotients in Math.
I learned about series and parallel circuits.
I learned how to read a grid in Math.
I learned about fuses.
I learned about circuit breakers.
I learned how to add fractions with different denominators.
I learned that the Dutch and Indians got into fights.
I learned about the colonists from England.
I learned about percents.
I learned about wars.
I learned about water.
I learned colonists threw tea into the fire.
I learned about mirrors and reflection.
I learned about the Constitution.
I learned about the Bill of Rights.
I learned about the Declaration of Independence.
I learned about the Asian Tiger mosquito.
I learned that Ice Cream sandwiches are delicious.
Bye Michael Wegener!
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