Tysen Pelate Mrs.Misselhorn 7th hour language arts 24 March 2017 Should kids have summer Break Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go to school year round? Some kids in our country have to. Some of the reasons we should have summer is it will relieve the stress off kids, and teachers, it is relaxing just to kick back and chill and not leave your house for weeks just playing games. If you don’t have summer, you can’t have extracurricular activities like church camps or go camping. The first reason why kids should have summer break is because it is a relaxing According to Brittany Chu, relaxing in the summer helps kids recharge and get ready for the fall upcoming.
The minute that everybody has been expecting for has at long last arrived. The people are inclining toward the edge of their seats, listening for the last chime to ring to unleash them to freedom. We all love it when summer vacation arrives, but the time just passes by so expeditiously. A high percentage of students want there to be a longer summer vacation, but are there really any benefits? Well yes, in fact a longer vacation will be associated with many benefits such as increased time for social life, health benefits, and education plus financial gains.
When I moved back, California was a new adventure for me. Most of the time it is always sunny and has nice weather I am in love with the California weather but sometimes I miss the snow and all the fun I had. When I moved to california I was going into the 5th grade and all my life I was in the same school so I knew everyone and I had a ton of friends but Since I was moving to a new school this was a big change in my life because I had to meet new friends and get out of my comfort
and things like that. I felt very excited and vital, and my friends was too!!! I always talk about my trip to Bournemouth to my friends, my cousins, my parents, my uncles, my aunts, my best friends, and all of the people I know. We then founded a group that has a 5 weeks in Bournemouth, and we were very happy, but we still didn 't have the agreement from the parents. When I saw three of my friends had an agreement from their parents, I convinced my parents to agree for me to go to Bournemouth, so we stayed happy for a long time until we realized that there is two more months to the summer vacation and we stayed calm until the summer vacation came.
“Pursue some path,however narrow and crooked,in which you can walk with love and reverence” by Henry David Thoreau confesses that it’s the hardest path that test us. In the hardest time we seek love and support from family and friends. Narrow or in other words thin makes us feel trapped.We feel trapped or obliged to make a decision some are against. The challenges we confront shapes us into the person we are becoming. A primary example of my crooked and narrow path is upon my decision to travel alone to California.In my perspective it was a lighthearted summer trip.
My sister’s eyes started to tear. But she constantly wiped them off. As the turtle swam in the water, I flash backed every moment I spent with him, from the moment he became a family member, from the time he stepped into the house, the time he started to get used to us; till this moment. He went a little but far but what happened next was a big surprise to
The development of smartphones has also allow us to become more efficient at work and school because we are instantly connected to our professors, classmates, school, and bosses who often communicate through email and other methods. However, technology that is constantly available leads to distractions. While laptops and smartphones can be helpful, they also encourage us to “easily” switch between tasks, result in efficiency. In the discussions, many students including myself said they often have numerous tabs open while doing homework which makes it simple to try to do multiple things at once while not actually accomplishing anything. New iPhones also make it tempting to multitasking and just by pressing the home button twice you can switch between apps, messages, and other programs.
But from the other perspective, the people in these towns also welcome and then exploit these people for their own needs. Every summer, they open their towns and earn money thanks to the outsiders, the summer people. They provide them with the comforts they are used to having in the cities and their various businesses flourish around that time. They tolerate the outer presence till they have to and it isn’t done out of any goodness in their
My independent and introverted personality developed partially because of my educational and school experiences within my community. My early childhood was full of fun and friendships with neighborhood kids. After school activities, Birthday parties, summers at the community pool and a great group of close friends made me a happy and content kid. My pre-teen and teenage were very different and as hard as I tried, I just didn’t seem to fit in. The friendships I made never seemed to evolve and very few lasted.
For some, traveling is a must! They love to go off to new places, as often as possible and experience all the beauty of that place, indulge in adventures and so on. I too belong to the category of people, who travel to beautiful locations once or twice a year, spend a few days there, and are back to the routine life. Best escape Since I don’t travel too often, whenever I do, it is the best escape for me from the monotony of routine life. We are so busy in our everyday lives that we just keep running around to finish our tasks, one after the other and in the process, most of the times we just forget to enjoy the little things around us.