Biff was reading the book about pirates. And she said “I don’t like pirates. Biff’s friends came to play. She showed the magic house. They didn’t believe her. She showed the magic key. The magic key made children get smaller. Children went into the house. And when they open the door there is a beach. They played on the beach. The pirate found the children. The children were very afraid. Pirates took the children to the pirate ship. And children are very surprised because it was a party! Children ate and played. And children went home. Then Wilf found the little hat.
This book is the kind of story I like. Because one pirate is very funny. This pirate is wearing glasses and baseball cap. If you like funny stories you will like this book.
Note: Pirate Adventure, by Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta, is from Stage 5 of Oxford Reading Tree, published by Oxford University Press.
The ladies in the Wednesday Shinfujin class made this video as a class project. They chose the subject, wrote the script and planned the filming. At the beginning, they were very nervous about making a video, but they did a great job. I’m very proud of them and their video. I hope you enjoy it, too, and will try making your own paper balloon!
Do you know what random means? If not, use the Ninja Words link in the left sidebar to look it up.
Here are seven random things about me.
1. I have lived in 19 places.
2. I grew up in a house that was 5 minutes from Disneyland.
3. For two weeks in junior high school, I wanted to be a flight attendant (instead of a teacher).
4. I can curl my tongue in half lengthwise.
5. I have snorkeled the reefs of 11 islands around the world (so far!).
6. I have almost always had dogs for pet, but I have also had a parakeet, a ferret, guinea pigs, hamsters, goats, and a horse.
7. I can repeat all of the 50 United States in alphabetical order (as long as I sing them).
Now, it’s your turn. Share seven random things about yourself. Remember to be safe online! Don’t share any specific information about yourself. You should never put information online that tells exactly where you live, what your full name is, what your phone number is, exactly where you will be, or information that would let anyone find you.