Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Where the Sidewalk Ends

Where the Sidewalk Ends
   By: Shel Silverstein

Where The Sidewalk Ends is a book about poetry. It has over 200 poems in the book! I love the words he uses. For this book I would recommend this book for people over the age of 7 or 8 because it has a couple of long poems that can be challenging for that age.

 I would like to give this book a..................... 4 1/2! Like I said, it still as a couple of challenging words or is to long for 7 and 8 year olds. THIS BOOK ROOKS! READ IT!!!

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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Among the Hidden

                                                                 Among the Hidden
                                                    written by: Margaret Peterson Hiddix
    This book is about a shadow child who can not go any where near a window,door,or open space where the outside can see him. There is no more than 2 childern allowed in each family and Luke, he is a 3rd child. The population police is trying to find all of the 3rd children out in the world. All the shadow kids will have a revalotion infront for the white house to get their rights back and they can come out of hiding. Will he win?

     I would like to give this book a rating on a scale of 1 to 5 I would give it a... 5!!!!!! This book is so super good! It is a book full of mystery and adventure!

     This book is great. Mainly everyone should read this book and if you're a teacher, then I would recommend this book for your class.

                          THIS BOOK ROCKS!!!!!!!!!
                                                                                       By: LAYNE

No Passengers Beyond this Point

                                                         No Passengers Beyond this Point
  This book is about 3 kids, Finn, India, and Mouse. India is the oldest and loves fashion. Finn the only brother and loves basketball. Mouse is the youngest and she loves science. They don't have enough money too pay for a house so, they have to go to Denver to live with their Uncle Red. Will they make it?

     I like this book because it is full of a lot of excitement and mystery. Mystery is my favorite genre! 
     This book is so good that I'll give it a....5!!!! I love this book. Teachers, if your the class that wants to read mystery books, than you should read this one!                   

By: Layne

Magic Tree House: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

                                      Magic Tree House: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
  This Magic Tree House book is the first one ever made. Jack and Anne are brother and sister and they live in FrogCcreek! They walk into the forest of frog creek and find a tree house! They go up the rope latter too see what was up in the tree house. Jack finds a big pile of books and Anne finds books about different places. Jack opens one of the books and the tree house starts spinning around and around and they come to a stop. Anne looks out the window, "Jack, I think we are in dino land.''
Jack looks out the window and sees that there are a lot of different dinosaurs out in the wide plains. They kept trying all the books in the tree house and they found no books on how to get back home.

       I naturally think that this book is good for the 1st- 2nd graders would love these books. I loved them when I was in 1st grade. I also liked reading them before bed to get my creativeness flowing.
       I, Layne, think this book gets a ... 5!!! This book is so AWESOME too read that it had to get a 5. It was a book you could pull out and dig into.

Friday, March 9, 2012

The One with the Green Kangaroo

Here is the other video... The script is based on the book, The One with the Green Kangaroo... enjoy!

Beware of the Vinder Viper...

We are starting Reader's Theater in my classroom... here is one of our videos for this week! Enjoy!

P.S. You can only see if you watch through here- you won't be able to search it :-)

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Introducing Ryan, Spilling Ink Guest Contributer

Two people I really admire are Seth, in my class, and my dad. Seth is very generous and willing to do everything for his friends. My dad is really funny and it's hard to get him upset. They are both very self confident and cheer others to success, no matter what.
    If you mix them together, you would get my mom. Although, I am not saying that my mom is better than them. She's giving and funny. She's also self confident, believes in others, and you can't get her upset very easily.
    I think my mom is also very observant. For instance... one time she was walking down the street and a man handed her a sealed carton and says "Don't let anything happen to this". She has the ability to observe or investigate.