Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Free Day

Welcome to the latest Free Day on my blog! I'll lead off with a joke:

What's the main difference between a duck and George Washington?

One has a bill on his face, and the other has his face on a bill.

One of today's topic is the website, which includes both ELA and Math practice, ranging from pre-kindergarten to twelfth grade. I have mastered nine sets of skills in ELA(commas; restrictive and nonrestrictive elements; semicolons, colons, and commas; apostrophes; dashes; ellipses; hyphens; capitalization; and titles), and have earned fourteen awards in  Math (Piccolo, Choir, Bongo Drums, Microphone, Cowbells, Half Notes, Treble Clef, Kazoo, Handbell, Concert Ticket, Quarter Note, Chimes, Violin, and Electric Keyboard).

Soon, Social Studies and Science will be added there as well.

The other one is the historic event that is ongoing as I type. The first African-American President, Barack Obama, is meeting (or has met) with the first Latin American Pope, Jorge Mario Bergoglio (or Pope Francis). "The People's Pope", as Francis is called, kissed babies, participated in a parade, and even was given a T-shirt by a five-year-old girl. He obviously is incredibly well-liked by many people not only in the United States, but also in the world. In fact, my aunt, uncle and cousins are there today to see him.

Well, that wraps up today's post, but I hope that you continue to read both the past posts and the future posts on School Stories (Where School Is ALWAYS In Session!)

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