During younger years, television time was my favourite. Coming home from school, I had my eyes glued to the screen for the rest of the afternoon. Let it be cartoons or commercials, 6-year-old me enjoyed the fact that colourful animals were talking and running around — it was the moving images that kept me riveted. I guess that led to the development of my interest in modern television series, which I would spend hours binging the entire season.
It helps me relax. Since I have played the piano since I was three years old, the piano represents my life. When I was an elementary student, I dedicated myself to the piano and won several prizes in the competition. Playing the piano again in a foreign country reminds me of all the memories in my childhood and gives me confidence. Moreover, I watch other people’s piano performance online
Lupe is super smart she has won many awards proving she is intelligent. Lupe won many awards, but I think the one she will most remember is the day she got a small trophy from the major for not missing a day of school, except for a day in kindergarten when she got stung by a wasp. She is a straight A student. Won the school’s spelling bee champion, winner of the reading contest at the library three years in a row, won blue ribbon award in the science fair, top student at her piano recital, and the playground grand champion in chess. All those achievements prove that she is very
A dark-haired, slim, Puerto Rican kid named Anthony Arroyo has always been my friend for the longest. Although I don 't I remember much I do remember that we met in second grade at Ramona Elementary School. Surprisingly we got along real smoothly and we soon discovered we had a lot of stuff in common. We had similar interest in video games, we both enjoyed drawing, we were both obsessed with these japanese digital virtual pets called a Tamagotchi (translation: Egg Baby).
I love Snapchat because the uses are endless, be it taking really good selfies, or cheering up five-year-olds at my summer job, Snapchat is an app that houses a lot of memories for me, both figuratively, and
When you 're thinking hard, you 're using your cerebrum (biggest part of brain). You need it to solve math problems, figure out a video game, and draw a picture. Your memory lives in the cerebrum - both short-term memory (what you ate for dinner last night) and long-term memory (the name of that roller-coaster you rode on two summers ago). The cerebrum also helps you reason, like when you figure out that you 'd better do your homework now because your mom is taking you to a movie later. The cerebrum has two halves, with one on either side of the head.
I started elementary school at Hagan Elementary School in the district of Spackenkill. From third to fifth grade, I participated in a program called Odyssey of the Mind, where we developed creative problem solving skills. Odyssey of the Mind was probably my favorite experience of elementary school, because it was a space where I could be weird and free with people just as weird as me. I also made friends during this time period with whom I am still close with.
Although she doesn’t remember a lot about her middle school years, she loved to talk to me about her high school and college careers. “I was involved in many activities in high school such as volleyball, wrestling cheerleader, trach, softball, choir, band, and wing choir,” said Kari. Her favorite part about high school were the pep rallies and all the people that she hung out with. In college, my mom had many difficult
I remember my mom and I repetitively filling out absent forms, so I could go compete at a horseshow. The make up work started to build up, and eventually it got to the point where riding and attending school seemed almost impossible. Fortunately, I knew a few people who used online programs, so they could compete and go to school. After researching for the right program, I enrolled to be an official online school student for my second semester freshman year. The program was perfect.
I enjoy the thrill of beating my opponent with a strategy they haven 't thought of, as well as recognizing that I 've completely messed up - and lost. As a result, I found myself in chess club. At school, I would play my friends and rivals in chess almost every morning and lunch. In addition, I 'd play online at home. Chess is such a great game to get my mind off of things and have some fun.