I absolutely love Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a time to spend with the ones you love, your friends and family. Turkey, stuffing, green bean casserole, ham, mashed potatoes, all the best foods all on one plate. Just writing about this is making my stomach growl. I can never get full from Thanksgiving, I just can’t get enough! The days after, for breakfast, lunch, and dinner I have left overs from it. The left overs are just as good as the day it all was made. Do you love Thanksgiving as much as I do? If not, you’re crazy!
Have you heard of crayon art? It’s a fun little home project you can do. All you need is, crayons, a white board, glue gun, a hair dryer and your imagination. I have made about ten of them, and they’re so fun to do!
Step 1: Have everything laid out on a table
Step 2: Put the crayons you want to use on the white board, and lay them out how you want them.
Step 3: Plug in the glue gun and once it’s ready, start gluing down your crayons.
Step 4: Now prop up your white board, plug in the hair dryer, and start melting your crayons.
Step 5: Start all over again with a different idea from before!
I suggest you put newspaper under and on both sides of the white board. Or you will have a hard mess to clean up afterward. I have learned that from experience. I hope I gave you an idea of something fun and addictive to do during your free time.
In our English class we just got done reading “And Then There Were None”. When we first got the book, I thought it was going to be just another book we had to read in English class. But honestly, it was a very good book. It’s a very old book, but old books can be good too. I always judge books by their cover. I know, I know, you should never judge a book by their cover. When I first seen the book, I thought well, it looks alright, but it also looks a little stupid.
We read most of it in class, then the rest at home on our own. I was actually getting excited to see who was the murderer. It was defiantly a plot twist! It’s also a little confusing. Now, we’re starting to watch the film of the book in class. There are quite a few things that are different from the book. Some people say the movie is better than the book. I’ve only watched one or two movies that are better than a book, but I think the book is going to win this one. I suggest you read “And Then There Were None” it’s a good book, for any age.