Tuesday, September 16, 2014

History Awesomeness

 Hi everybody, I'm sorry I've haven't been on so much, (like I ever WAS on so much at any time in my life) but I've been so wrapped up in the at most 2 hours of school I've been doing. Yeah, it's rough.

 This post actually has to do with school, and I must give myself, and my mother, a pat on the back for my mom's great idea, and my awesome 'doing the idea' -ness.
 So this year my mom says that for history I don't have to do the questions about the history chapter, because, let's face it, I got a "grade 13" grade on my comprehension test. Yep. Grade 13. Whaaaat?
 So instead of that thing that I don't need (or else I'll get bumped up to "grade 14") I'll do a project on what I learned in history over the week. So, each week I'll put up a picture of the "totally awesome" project I did over the week.
  I learned about Cuneiform last week that Sumerians used on clay tablets as a way of writing. so I went outside to take some pictures, and , of course, my dog wouldn't leave me alone, because what dog doesn't love me? Aaaanyway, I got some great shots of her.

 And it turns out that a cloudy day is better for taking pictures, so the outside picture is more pretty, and the inside picture is more read able.
  thank you for reading my whole ramblings about my life
 Oh yes, and the Sumerians didn't poke holes in them, because THEY didn't want to hang them in their room. Sillies.



  1. I love your writing style! And your project too. My daughter did the same thing (focusing on projects) at a certain point (I think 7th grade?) with her Geography studies. She was so taken with Mexican Papel Picados, that she kept making them ...and making them ...and making them ...until they covered her bedroom walls. :) Keep up the awesomeness!

  2. Lizzy you are talented and awesome! Maybe you could make more and sell them on Etsy! Very cool.