Dear, Morgan Rhodes,
This is my first time writing a letter to one of my favorite author!
I’ve read one of your books called “Falling Kingdoms”! I read it in one night and i just couldn’t put the book down.
My favorite part about the book is when Cleo goes and finds a cure for her sister. I would do the same fro my little sister too, i could never imagine losing my sister. A sad part in the book that i didn’t like was when her guard died by saving her from the prince.
I plan on reading the third book. Right now i’m reading three books, by Eric Walters. Do you know who Eric Walters is?
Later, I plan on writing a letter to him too! I have some question i want to ask you.
Why did you become a writer?
What do you do when you’re not reading?
When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
What do you do in your spare time?
I love reading books and some of my favorite authors are Sarah Dessen, Janet Gurlter and Alexandra Braken, and more. I enjoy playing video games with my siblings and helping my mom out with chores.
How long does it take to write a book?
What other books did you write?
What would you say is your most interesting writing quirk?
When did you write your first book and how old were you?
Hope to hear from you soon, Mrs.Rhodes!
Kyla Katherine Mckay-Kakegamic
Today we are doing 3d art called Op Art. Students are to follow along with the steps shown on the website in the link below. You can also follow along with the video.
Click this link for the lesson and steps.
Monday – Mar. 4 – ch .1-2
- Describe his first two drawings. Why did he give up the idea of becoming a painter?
- Why are grown-ups tiresome to children? Do you agree? Why or why not?
Wednesday – Mar. 6 – ch. 3
- What did the little prince ask him to do? Why were his first three attempts unacceptable? Why was the fourth one fine?
- How did he learn things about the little prince? Why did he have to learn this way?
Friday – Mar. 8 – ch. 4
- Why didn’t the adults listen to the Turkish astronomer at first? What does this tell you about adults?
Today we are discussing where responsibility lies. We observed the case in the article below. Several times during the article we discussed the moral implications of responsibility and then observed more and more of the article to see how new information would adjust our expectations.