The posts I commented on for this week’s assignment are Emma’s, Bella’s, and Ana’s.
Emma is a fourteen year old girl from Italy. I commented on her post about her favorite food, lasagna, for she included a numerous amount of facts ad interesting information.
Bella is a young seven year old girl from Australia who wrote a very sweet post about kittens. Her post was very unique and creative.
Ana is a twelve year old girl from Mexico who wrote a fascinating post about celebrating Day of the Dead in Mexico. I found her culture to be very interesting and hope to learn more about it.
Sometimes the most precious aspects of life are those that go unnoticed. Often, something as fascinating and intriguing as a tree is taken for granted by a vast majority of people. Not only do these lavish creations look absolutely beautiful, but they provide human life with an abundant amount of benefits.
One thing trees do is combat climate change. Excess carbon dioxide caused by many factors is rapidly building up in Earth’s atmosphere and contributing to climate change. Trees absorb carbon dioxide, removing and storing the carbon while releasing the oxygen back into the air. In one year, an acre of mature trees absorbs the amount of carbon dioxide produced when a car is driven 26,000 miles. Also, trees clean Earth’s air and atmosphere. Trees absorb odors and pollutant gases (nitrogen oxides, ammonia, sulfur dioxide and ozone) and filter particulates out of the air by trapping them on their leaves and bark. They also provide the atmosphere with oxygen, a necessary element for human respiration and trees slow runoff and hold soil in place on hillsides or slopes, preventing landslides during rain. They provide food through fruit and other items that are able to be harvested such as sap. They provide wood, a necessary item for daily human life, and increase property value, a major assistance if one plans on selling a house. Trees serve as a shelter for wildlife and are a great way to encourage children to spend more time outside as one can build tree houses and go tree climbing, a thrilling and enjoyable activity.
Overall, trees and many more items related to nature are excellent to learn more about the world around humanity. Often, it is vital to disconnect oneself from the rush of work, stressing about projects needed to be completed, and the latest technology. When one is able to take a break from the stress of life and take several moments to bask in nature and enjoy the precious gifts it has to offer, they may find themselves in a less stressed and peaceful environment as they will discover what a treasure life truly is.
Here is the link to several websites that may help you discover more about how to enjoy nature and how resourceful it is:
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America is known for a large variety of foods. From dishes such as hamburgers to apple pie, we have every food item one can imagine to eat. America specializes in sweet and savory foods. A very popular food being the peanut butter and jelly sandwich. The dish is very self-explanatory as it is simply two slices of bread with peanut butter and your choice of jelly inside. This meal is often packed in school lunches for children along with some packaged goods. Overall, the peanut butter and jelly sandwich is an American classic and will continue to be a favorite in many American households.
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Here is what I commented on Inside Scoops’ post:
Hello! Thank you for the information on school lunches where you live. Here where I live in America school lunches are quite similar. In the cafeteria we are offered a variety of foods from pizza to Subway sandwiches. We are also offered Pick Up Stix chicken and rice, ice cream, grapes, salads, celery, and corn dogs. To drink we are offered water, chocolate milk, regular milk, juice, and other flavored beverages. Every day something new if offered!
Favorite Food Survey.
1. What are your favorite drinks?
2. What are your favorite foods?
3. What do you eat for breakfast?
4. What do you eat for lunch?
5. What do you eat for dinner?
6. Who in your family prepares the meals?
Comment answers bellow.
Here is what I commented on the posts of 5 people in other countries:
Ayla’s blog: http://aylaz13.edublogs.org
Hello Ayla, I love how well you described what poutine is and I found it fascinating learning about the various foods you have eaten in your country. What do you usually eat for dinner? The link to my blog is: https://anastgromo2502.edublogs.org/
Victoria’s blog: http://victoriaw06.edublogs.org/2015/10/27/dark-shines-brighter-at-night/
Hello Victoria! I adore your post! Australia has quite the exquisite and unique food items to offer. What do you usually eat as a snack in Australia? The link to my blog is: https://anastgromo2502.edublogs.org/
Darcey’s blog: http://darceyw21.edublogs.org/2015/11/04/caramel-koalas-student-blogging-challenge/
Hello Darcey! Splendid job on your post of the foods Australian citizens usually consume The foods are all fascinating and I hope to try them all someday! What do Australians usually eat for breakfast? This is the link to my blog: https://anastgromo2502.edublogs.org/
Clair’s blog: https://bloggingwithclaire.edublogs.org/2015/11/04/480/
Fantastic job explaining the dishes Australians normally eat. What do you normally eat for lunch? The link to my blog is: https://anastgromo2502.edublogs.org/
Caitlyn’s blog: http://caitlynnw06.edublogs.org/2015/11/04/australian-foods/#comment-23
Outstanding job on your post describing the popular foods in Australia! What is an average breakfast for you? Here is the link to my blog: https://anastgromo2502.edublogs.org/
Halloween across the world is celebrated in various ways. Some people celebrate by trick or treating, some throw large parties, and some don’t celebrate at all. Personally, I celebrate by either throwing or attending a party with my friends. I enjoy how even before Halloween begins I can already begin celebrating by helping set up the party and decorating the house and by thinking of creative costume ideas with my friends. When October 31st finally rolls around the corner, I meet up at my friends house and we wait for the rest of our friends. When we all meet up, we get dressed in our costume and drive all together to the party we are attending. Overall, I deeply enjoy Halloween and think it is a wonderful holiday.
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I have multiple memories of me and my family spending loving time together. Out of all of them, the one I most adore and vividly remember is when my parents and I went strawberry picking. The summer of 4th grade my mother, father, and I decided to spend time all together at a strawberry field. It was very interesting and fun to observe how the large variety of strawberries grew in their natural habitat. Shortly after harvesting the berries, my mother and I baked strawberry pastries from the strawberries we harvested and we all had a great time together.