Animal Cell Presentation

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The Lord’s Prayer

Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be your name.
Your Kingdom come,
your will be done,
on earth as in heaven
Give us today our daily bread.
Forgive us our sins,
as we forgive those who sin against us.
Lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.
For the kingdom,
the power and the glory are yours.
Now and for ever.

The part in this prayer that is most meaningful to me is:  “Give us this day out daily bread and forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us.” This part is meaningful to me because God provides us with food to eat and shelter to keep safe from rain or snow. God forgives our sins and doesn’t dwell on something bad we have done. Us as humans tend to dwell on something like if a friends lies to us or doesn’t invite us to a party. God knows we sin and we do it every day either by lying to our parents or disobeying a rule.

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Africa Entry Event

I thought it was interesting how some of the people lived. One person had scars on their faces. In their country it was some sort of fashion. I realized how different our lives our than other people on the other side of the world. I learned many different things about people in Africa. It was amazing how some African Americans were from Chicago, Illinois or other parts of the United States and looked like they were from Africa. And also it there was a few white people who looked like americans but really were Africans. Another thing that was kind of cool was the fashion and what they did to not be made fun of or to impress others. A lot of people wore dresses with fabric belts and cloaks around their heads. I want to learn more about the food they eat and places they live. It really changed my perspective on how many Christians there were and little amount of Muslims. I was also changed how few people had access to a sewer system in Africa. There was just a small percent how many people had access to a computer. It really made me think of how lucky I am to have those things.

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Synonym Poem

Sour, sweet, yummy, scrumptious
Eat to much and you’ll be sick


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Clerihew Poem

Elise Ter Haar
While running with her new shoes
May have gotten runners foot
After running a 5k.


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Concrete Poem

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Metaphor Poem

My family is a pizza

My dad is the dough because its sticky and keeps our family close together

I am the sauce because I bring the flavor to our family

My mom is the toppings because no one is alike they are all different one of a kind like her

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Bio Poem


Who is Grandchild of Don Anderson

Who is adventurous, happy, and silly

Who loves family, friends, and skiing

Who dislikes chicken

Who is afraid of needles, small spaces, and giant spiders

Who likes running, swimming, and biking

Who would like to visit Africa, ski a double black diamond, and run a marathon

Who got first place in a 5k

Who lives in Zeeland Michigan

Ter Haar


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Alliteration Poems

Slivering Snake

This is a snake

It lives in slushies and swamps in Switzerland on Saturdays

A snake eats sandwiches, spaghetti, and squirrels

It likes sloths, slivering, and smiling

A snake secretly entered my safe

And left me a surprise.


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Emotion Poem


Cheerful is as pink as a panther

It sounds like laughter from kids

It tastes like fresh lemonade

And smells like fresh cut grass in the summer

Cheerful looks like neon lights

It makes me feel happy

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