Recommended { Tayla’s Blog }

Hold on, before I get started, let me tell you…I know I’m supposed to follow my routine, but I think I should start it on Monday. So, whatever.

I have this great friend called Tayla, and she has a blog too! She does many cool things. She writes stories, do her opinions, journals, mysteries… be sure to check it out! Especially her mystery!

Go to this link: http://www.taylasjournalwordpresscom.wordpress.com

It’s great!!! 🙂

~Stories by Sherry ^_^

 

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Recommended { The Writing Crafter }

Hi everyone! I would like to recommend something today. There is a blogger who followed my blog and liked many of my posts. I would really like to thank Camryn. Camryn is being very kind and it looks like she really likes my blog. So in return for her generosity, I would like to recommend you to go to her blog http://www.thewritingcrafter.wordpress.com , it has all kinds of neat stuff that she wrote.

I hope you enjoy reading her blog! ^-^

Recommended { Kumon }

I know what I’m about to write might seem too adult-ish, but I recommend parents to take their child to a place called Kumon.

First, I have to say that I’m sorry, to the kids. Most kids dislike Kumon, and it often annoys them.

Kumon is a place that teaches reading and math, it brings intelligence to your mind. I’ve learned Kumon for almost 4 years, and it’s great. I learned new words, and my math is higher that what my grade was supposed to teach. Kumon had been really helpful these years.

The point of why my parents made be go to Kumon was because, in the start, my reading and math were both very behind. After learning Kumon, I not only caught up, but went over the top. Now I can read harder books and math seems easier to me.

Kumon gives me an automatic brain, helping me over the years, just like that.

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Recommended { The Land of Stories }

Have you heard of a series called “The Land of Stories”? It is a great series, by Chris Colfer, and it has over 400 pages. To me, it’s for Gr.5 and up books, even though I already started reading them when I was Gr.4.

The first book in the series is called The Wishing Spell, and I think it’s the best book in the series. I encourage you to read it.

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Recommended { Bean Boozled }

If you live in the United States, have you heard of a game called Bean Boozled? It is a fun game to try, and playing with you food have never been this much fun!

In Bean Boozled, there are many different kinds of jelly beans, but they basically look the same. Can you tell the difference?Featured image

Playing alone wouldn’t be that much fun, so find a partner, you each take the exactly same looking jelly bean, and eat it. Whoever gets a good one gets a point. But, this is Bean Boozled, you can make up your own rules! Got Booger? Try to make a poker face and say it’s Juicy Pear!

Have fun playing Bean Boozled!

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