Explorer unit ( Sacagawea)

For a while we have been learning about explorers . Me and my group , Jennifer and Tina have been learning about Sacagawea. We made a teepee that people who travel on foot of north dakota would use. We learned that people cut wood at the place they want to stay. First they put big pole like wood into a circular shape and they tie the top and put cloth over it. Sacagawea traveled with Lewis and Clark.


Reading Time!

Lately I haven’t posted a blog post.  Anyway for two weeks Me and my book club have been reading a book called ‘ Jeremy fink and the meaning of life’. If I were to rate it, I would give it a 4 out of 5. I give it this rating because it was very detailed and it is in present tense. Most books are in past tense and present tense books are rare to find. I like this sentence ‘”Do it again Jeremy!”‘ Jeremy only hola hooped but his friend Lizzy reacted as if he did something big. The story is about Jeremy and his best friend Lizzy tries to find keys to the mysterious box jeremy’s dead father gave him for his 13th birthday. I recommend this book to young and old people how like little mystery.

Here is the book cover:

Documentaries? Am I proud?

You might have noticed but we 4th graders had been working on our documentaries. We had a film festival that was on march 28. I was very nervous since I was an MC. But turnes out I did great job being an MC even though I didn’t say much. Here is our Documentary we spent working on for weeks:


Field trips!

For the visiting artist, we went to dip some fabric in the river at the rainbow bridge. Okay. I’ll take a step back. Our visiting artist was Lee Tracy, and she was an eco artist. She usually spends her time with nature. She wanted to let people know How much we are polluting the world. The river we dipped the fabric in was the river with the rainbow bridge over it. At first I thought we would dip small pieces, but we ended up tying the fabric to log ropes and we hung the fabric over the rainbow bridge. We also made poems and drew pictures. We had to walk all the way from school to the bridge and back so my legs felt like jelly when we came back.

We also learned about sustainability. Sustainability is having habits that restore our enviorment

Here’s my poem.


Nature’s image

Nature is amazing

How things move so freely

The ants march across the green grass

The colorful fish swimming happily

The bird’s unmatchably beautiful bird’s voices singing

Nature’s beauty is a gift

we must use wisely We need to open our eyes and see the horrible things we have done

we can change it.

It is not too late

Help the world



Here we go! Ao Dai & Medical Museum

As I told you we had five field trips in a row. Yesterday we went to a Ao dai & Medical Museum . First we visited the Medical Museum. I learned a lot about the Vietnamese Medical things. The fact that the Vietnamese doctors grain herbs with their feet, and also that the doctors use herds and cicaderscicaders to make people feel better. Then we went to the Ao Dai museum. We drew out a design for an Ao dai and learned the history of Ao dais. When This Ao Dai was made, who made it…

We had a lot of fun! We also ate lunch there… Oh yeah. I lost my money



Field Trips are Always fun.

Guess what? Today we went on a field trip! Our new unit is Viable Vietnam and  we still have three more field trips in a row! Today we went to watch a water puppet show . The manager talked and answered questions and turns out it use to be a game. But as more and more people watched it, it became a performance . ( we also learned the secret of moving the puppets. shh…)  Then we had our snack at Tao Đàn park. We also went to a food court ( Ben tan food court) to buy our food! I bought some pho with vietnameses but I couldn’t finish it so I gave it to my team mate Jeawoo and he finished it up for me. I guess it was fun choosing our own food. I also had a sugar cane juice and it was sweet as it sounds. When we rode the bus I started to feel carsick. But I felt better as I talked with my friend. I admit I think it was better than I thought it would be. Anyways, I am also exited for tomorrow’s Field trip.


The Best Story Ever! (Okay. Not the best story.)

Look. Writing a story isn’t simple. I started the story like this:

First I decided where my character would live. It was hard just imagining it in my head so I drew it out .I also filled out a check list, just to be sure I wrote a good story. If you want a good story you need a plan. I placed all my ideas on a big pice of paper. I also planned a beginning , a middle , and an end. I tell you it wasn’t easy. But me, having a big imagination and all it wasn’t that hard. Then I wrote the story I’ve planned for on a big google doc. I had some problems but I think it was mostly fun. Now I must introduce the most important and maybe a little boring part about writing. The revising and editing. I didn’t have much to edit but when I read it on paper, my. Did I make that much mistakes? Finally, I  wrote the all about the author’s page. A whole page about me! How embarrassing! Then the last but not least, my teacher printed my story out. Every book has an cover, so I drew one out. I did get some ideas from my classmates.