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Having a Job

By: David Paul Having a job can be very difficult.  I don’t have one, but I still know what it is like.  It can be difficult because you may not know much about your task.  Also, you might have to … read more

The Smart Oven!

 By Grace Hughes These days, there’s a lot of technology, so why don’t we use it to invent real life helping creations, not just computers, and phones? We should invent an oven, with a mind of its own! Lets say … read more

P.C. Potato Companion

by Lavender Reynolds and Allison Kwait Have you ever needed a companion or needed some information or needed a warm hug? Your Potato Companion (P.C.) also known as Pico, will be your new best friend. It even yodels! What could … read more

Animal Translator

by Jacob Kwasniewski and David Paul Would you like something that can translate what your pet says? Well we want to invent an animal translator. The purpose of the animal translator is to translate what animals say. It can be … read more

Animal Facts with Justin

  By Justin Cameron Today we will be learning about frogs. Frogs are amphibians that lay their eggs in water. Also tadpoles look more like fish than frogs. Frogs can also see sideways, up and down at all times. Also … read more

The Holidays During the Mid-Winter Break

By: Erik Lanzer The mid-winter break has come and gone, and if you’re wondering why we had off, keep reading. We have holidays during the break. Mid-winter break is usually time for Valentines day! Valentines day is February 14. Valentine’s day is very fun. … read more

Animal Facts with Justin

By Justin Cameron Have you ever seen a fin sticking out of the water because today’s animal is a shark. Sharks are fish. Sharks do not have bones. Their bodies are made out of cartilage. Cartilage is what your ear … read more

Animal Facts with Justin

by Justin Cameron Today, with facts with Justin, we will be learning about the snow leopards. Snow leopards are almost extinct, so it is very rare to see one. They look like leopards, but they are white. (You might confuse it … read more