"The best ability is dependability."
When you are dependable, you are working hard without being watched. Even when your teacher is out of your classroom, you can still work hard.
Some of God's promises are:
*Never flooding the world again.
*The second coming.
*God will never leave us.
God has lots of promises and keeps every one. That's Dependability!
Thursday, December 07, 2006
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
George Washington Carver helped the economy of the South after the Civil War with his great ideas. George was born in 1861 to a slave family owned by Moses Carver. He lived in Diamond Grove, Missouri. When George was an infant, his father was killed and his mother was stolen. Mr. Carver raised George as his own son.
As a child, he loved to paint and used plants for his supplies. At ten years old, George left home to go to school. Because he loved plants, his art teacher encouraged him to study them at college. He later taught at Tuskegee Institute where he found many uses for the sweet potato and peanut. This helped the South to have healthy crops that they could sell. One of George's greatest discoveries was crop rotation, a method of planting different crops each year in order to have the best soil.
George Carver died in 1943. He had been a loyal, hardworking friend to the South who overcame many hardships to become the man he was.
You can find more information about George Washington Carver and Tuskegee Institute here:
George Washington Carver
And here's a really cool site for kids with activity pages about Mr. Carver:
Carver Coloring and Activity Book
Friday, November 03, 2006
I enjoy NFL football. My favorite teams are the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Green Bay Packers, and the Atlanta Falcons. This Sunday Pittsburgh is playing Denver, Green Bay is at Buffalo, and Atlanta is at Detroit. I think all three have a good chance of winning, but Pittsburgh has a tough game before them.
Who is YOUR favorite NFL team playing this weekend, and what is your prediction for the game?
Week 9 Schedule (Nov. 5)
Posted by Nephos at 10:29 AM
Friday, October 27, 2006
Mount Vernon was the home of our first president, George Washington, for forty years. George Washington was a great military leader. His house is visited by thousands of people every year. It is located above the Potomac River.
My favorite part of my visit was seeing a wild osprey. I also enjoyed the beautiful Potomac River. I think that people interested in history should visit there.
If you don't mind my saying,
I think dads are the best.
And I think my Dad is better than all the rest!
He's kind, he's fun, and he loves to run!
My Dad plays catch with me,
as you can see,
he likes me, he loves me.
He shows me his life,
There is no better Dad!