edu180atl: lily bohannon 10.30.12
Last week we went to the Tully Smith House. We learned about the 1860s. The girls could only do cooking and the boys could only do blacksmith. My friend and I think it is unfair because blacksmith looks very fun. Girls should be able to do more stuff.
Today at school we learned a lot. We got these little things that look like vitamins and we got to see what color it is and measure it on a paper and we guessed what it would pop into. I learned that I can guess. It is important to guess things.
I also learned about Paul Bunyan. Paul Bunyan has an ox named Babe. I think he was real. He was brave and strong. Our teachers have us read stories like this almost every day to help us learn.
I write stories a lot. I write stories about dogs because my favorite animal is a dog and I like to put them in stories at school or the park. This is fun to me because I really want my name to be published and for other people at Walker to read it.
I am happy I was born at this time because if I was born before now I couldn’t read or go to school or do science experiments and guess things.
About the Author: Lily is a first grade girl at The Walker School who loves animals and reading. She wants to make her own book and get it published one day.