Yes Another Blog! Introducing Room 305B Responds!

Yes, another blog!!!  This one is designed especially for the Class of 2010 – 2011 to respond to specific prompts dealing with all of the great things we will be learning about during this school year.  The Coaching staff and I are looking forward to reading your thoughts on a variety of topics this year.

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  1. Lasker Pool would be a great place for Fudge. Lasker Pool has free admisson. In the summer you can go swimming at the pool and in the winter the pool becomes an ice rink for skating. Lasker Pool has locker rooms also but you must bring your own lock. Fudge I think would like Lasker Pool and rink because he could swim and learn to ice skate.

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  2. The first place I would take Fudge is the Tisch Zoo. We would watch the people feed the sea lions. I think Fudge would like that because sea lions are active animals and so is Fudge. The second place I would take Fudge is to the Lasker rink and pool. Fudge would like that because he would have fun on the ice rink slipping and sliding. That would be so much fun for a guy like Fudge. The third place I would take Fudge would be the Kids Rock. The Kids Rock is a huge rock that kids love to play and climb on. That would be fun for Fudge to be a bird. Then we would go to the Wild West Playground. The playground is a nice big playground for Fudge to run around in. Fudge would like that because it is big and Fudge can imagine that he is a bird. Then we would go to the Boat house to have a yummy dinner. Fudge would eat up and then get dessert. Fudge would like sitting outside by the water. The websites were great for Fudge. I hope he likes the day i designed for him.

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  3. Lasker Pool would be a great place for Fudge. Lasker Pool has free admisson. In the summer you can go swimming at the pool and in the winter the pool becomes an ice rink for skating. Lasker Pool has locker rooms also but you must bring your own lock. Fudge I think would like Lasker Pool and rink because he could swim and learn to ice skate.

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