Next, Teejah and Parker give their team report on what a pain it is to have younger sisters and brothers. Their team report is called “Having Little Brothers & Sisters.” Parker is supposed to take care of his little sister, Punky, which really gets on his nerves. He tells everyone how Punky makes him late to school almost every day. How she won’t walk fast and instead walks slower than a snail!
Teejah is the big sister of four little tiger cubs. She spreads out her arms and describes how they break all of her toys.
“One day I came home from school and my toy horse was broken,” she says sadly.
“Another time they took markers and drew on my favorite tiger doll,” she explains. “They break ALL my toys!”
The class thinks that their team report is very funny, but Miss Eddy does not. She says the report is supposed to be about a research topic, like science or books or art or history. Not about a student’s day-to-day life. The team report is NOT about complaining about something, instead of working hard to learn more about an interesting topic, then sharing your knowledge and facts with the class.
Miss Eddy say something after Parker and Teejah’s report.
“Class, it’s too easy to complain about something. But complaining is NOT a report,” she said. “Plus, how many of you are a younger sister or younger brother?”
Half of the KidzAnimals raised their hands. And so did Miss Eddy.
“When you give a speech or presentation to the class, it’s important not to put down your audience,” she said. “Parker and Teejah, as funny as your report is, you forgot all the good things about having a younger sibling, such as someone to play with. Or having a friend for life.”
After Parker and Teejah are done, JenJen and Coug finally have their chance. They give a report on “Rocks and Rock Formations”.
Coug asks everyone who loves rocks to raise their hand. Most of the students raise their hands.
Coug and JenJen show the class some pictures of mushroom rocks and rock arches. “Wind blows sand against the rocks,” Jen explains. “And over time, like thousands of years, the sand wears down the rock, forming a mushroom rock or a rock arch.” she says.
Best of all, JenJen passes around her colorful rock collection. Now the students can see all the different types of rocks there are. Seeing Jen’s rock collection is very interesting and makes everyone love rocks even more.
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