This Term, I have chosen natural disasters as a topic. So far I only know that natural disasters are only called natural disaster when it is close to a community or a town and the city too, or else it is called a extreme weather condition.
Natural Disasters are truly amazing that is why I have chosen this topic, I think I might want to search on earthquakes and tsunamis or heat waves. Here’s a video about earthquakes and tsunamis, I hope you like it! 🙂
In our class, (5/6S) we have set our goal to read 1800 pages by the end of the Term, I know it might sound crazy but I think our class might actually accomplish this goal by the end of the Term!
So far, we have like 4 thousand and something. (I think) But we’ve got a whole Term, what could go wrong. (Unless its already through the middle of the Term) Anyway, I think that this is a really good challenge for the Term, its sort of like the weekly goal that we set for our selves every week in my class (5/6S), but this Term we never actually got to do the weekly goals though. But at least we are doing something reverent to reading 🙂 . Do you like challenges or weekly goals that a teacher or yourself can assign you with?
Well I’m posting this not because I don’t like science, its because there’s some hilarious clips in this video including well-explained science. (In fact I love science) Anyway, I hope you enjoy this video.
This week, our class (5/6S) has been studying the Random Act of Kindness (RAK). So far all I know is that RAKs = happiness and you’ll feel really good after you’ve done something nice to someone else but that someone who you made happy doesn’t really have to know you – either way, RAKs are a good thing to do.
Once, my family received a Random Act of Kindness. Me, Therese (my sister) and my mum just got home from school and found that one of our big bins was pushed near the garage and the other one wasn’t. My mum got really paranoid that someone might be spying on our house but I just told my mum that one of our neighbors must have pushed it in for us. But she just said: “I why would they only push one in then?”. So my sister said that maybe a person who just so happens to past by our house pushed it in because it felt like a good thing to do, my sister also said that my mum should be grateful anyways. My sister really likes to talk a lot but sometimes she actually make sense in certain subjects like that one that I just talked (or typed) about. Anyway, that’s how my family received a RAK.
Well, I think that RAKs are amazing and I am proud of anyone who have done a Random Act of Kindness to someone else. O.K. Since I’ve talked (or typed) about RAKs a lot I ‘m going to also post videos on RAKs.