Week-by-Week Journal

Name: Anna


Each week, place your journal entry for under the heading, and below your last entry.

Write carefully, use the spellchecker, proof read, click "Save" when you are finished.



Week 1

I think it is very unfair that people in poor countries don't have access to clean water, or they only get dirty water.
One of their rights is to get water to live.
I learned that you cannot have a right without a responsibility, which means take care of something.
I was surprised to hear that poor people don't have a toilet and have to pee and poop in the grass.
I wonder what irresponsible means.

Week 2

I learned that the United Nations are very essential because they help children and try to make people help children by making books and videos.
I don't like that the people in Japan don't have any Water, Food and Shelter, especially now because the snow came.
I learned that children are very important and grown-ups have to do their best to protect us.




Week 3

I learned how to persuade somebody. I also learned how to write half, quarter and half a quarter in fractions. You write it like this: 1/2, 1/4 and 1/8.





Week 4

I learned how to make a color wheel. I also know what the primary colors are (yellow, blue and red), the secondary colors (orange green and purple) and the thorshtanel colors.




Week 5

I learned that it is a lot of fun to donate. It is also nice to see how much money you got. Well, I don't mean sitting around for hours, but doing it half an hour is fun. Rights and responsibilities are connected because you can't have a right without a responsibility that belongs with the right.


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