Walter had a lot of energy and used it all day at school and playing games until he had no energy left. Walter wasn’t just an energetic boy though, he was also extremely smart as well. He attended Hopkins Grammar School in New Haven, Connecticut which is a coeducational private
Dumbo is a boy who is in middle school, who likes coming to school so he can get away from his parents. He likes coming to school to go to his teacher’s class to eat food and play with his friends. He started off middle school good, getting good grades and trying his best. The first quarter Dumbo got a 3.5 and made it on the honor roll.
He usually enjoyed that P.E class. His good friends Dora and Boots were usually there. Today was a Friday so that meant they were playing Capture The Bananas. Team one was Diego, Barney, Donald Trump, Ben 10, and Sponge Bob. They were playing Team 5 which was a really bad team.
Despite their extreme differences in backgrounds and lifestyles, they were the best of friends. Each morning, they would meet in a clearing in the woods where they would play games like tag, hide-and-go-seek and I-spy. When they were hungry, they would graze on the sweet grass and wild flowers. When they were thirsty, they would drink the clear, fresh water from the stream. They spent carefree days together in the clearing laughing and having the best of times.
“Art is a great way to express myself and to exercise the mind in a much more interesting way than reading” Johnathon says whenever he is asked why he loves drawing so much. His favorite things to draw are superheroes the most recent one he has worked on was a character he saw called night wing while his nephew was watching cartoons. He puts tremendous effort in all of his drawings which usually end up looking phenomenal. Johnathon’s friends describe him as a very funny individual who is always making people laugh including the ones he doesn’t
I love Tommy. He has been special to me ever since he was a little guy. I remember how much he loved to play peakaboo, and I remember how he loved to show me his artwork and how he constantly asked me how he could help his mommy. Where is that lovely child that seemed to have so much going for him, so much to live for?
While Wade is in his OASIS Studies class, he says, “Today he was reading excerpts from The Egg Man, a bestselling Halliday biography that I’d already read four times” (p. 52). Wade devotes his time to learning all about the life of James Halliday. His intelligence and curiosity allows him to know what he needs to know in school, get good grades, and almost never pay attention during class. Because of his extra time during school, Wade can put even more time towards Halliday’s easter egg hunt. Fate was the number one factor in the genius abilities of Wade
Sometimes I dream it’s me that done it.’ (125) So far Mark Twain has shown the childhood adventures of Tom Sawyer and his friends’ childlike fun. Tom is the mischievous boy playing a variety of tomfoolery. Tom’s temperament keeps him in good relationship at home, at school, at Sunday school, and at play with his associates.
He is presently a father of three sons and a grandfather of two. When he finishes his shift at school, he arrives home excited to take walks around the park and play in the swings with his grandsons. Garcia, is so satisfied with his way of living that he doesn 't desire wishes he wished he had. To add on, if there was an opportunity of making a change in his life, he chose he would have liked to be more prepared academically so he could have more job opportunities. Also, Jorge regrets starting to smoke at a young age, since he wanted to demonstrate others he was the tough and the leader of his social group.
The joy of learning is what unified the Walls family and is the source of the children’s most endearing memories. They would read together and bond over learning. Jeannette recounts her happier moments “after dinner, the whole family was stretched out on the benches and the floor of the depot and read with the dictionary in the middle of the room so we could look up words we didn’t know. (Walls 56-57) The Walls not only believed in a growth mindset; sharing knowledge was in fact how Rex and Rose Mary best expressed their genuine love and affection towards their children.
James is a calm and happy child who attends Balmain Cove ELC for two days per week (Thursday and Friday). He loves being around by his educators. He always smiles in response to his happiness and satisfaction. EYLF Outcome 1: Children have a strong sense of identity James builds attachments with her educators as he always has a smile on his face when his educator approaches him and interacts with him.
One person I wish I could see again is my pawpaw. My pawpaw lived in Greenville, MS and worked at the Delta Regional Medical Center. when he is around his grandchildren he acted like a big child. He was one of the best checkers in the world and he loved to play old-school games like Pacman and Mario. Everytime we went to visit, he would always have some new jokes that would have me and my brothers laughing so hard we would cry.
After being the “top dogs” of their elementary schools the sixth grade class quickly became the youngest in the school. They easily adjusted to life as a middle schooler by working hard and managing to have fun while doing so. This year’s sixth grade class was described by their teachers as energetic, carefree, compassionate. Mrs. Shryock said that, “They’re very involved and excited about MTMS activities!” They had so many exciting activities and projects to make good memories from this year.