February 7, 2018

Sci-fi, fantasy, mystery, or historical fiction! Whatever genre, it’s always good to read a book. You can find your favorite books at the WMS Book Fair. Be sure to look out for great books like these. The first story that you may find interesting is “Finding Gobi: The True Story of One Little Dog’s True Story.” This story is based on true events about a little dog, Gobi, running with in a marathon with a runner named Dion Leonard, who is actually the author of this book. The next book that will definitely be at the book fair is “Projekt 1065,” a World War II book from the award-winning author Alan Gratz. In this story, a boy named Michael O'Shaunessey and his family live in Berlin. Michael, along with all the other boys in school are members of the Hitler Youth. But Michael and his parents are spies. If you are love historical fiction books, this is definitely one you should get. The final book that may draw your attention is “Hatchet.” It’s about a 13 year old boy named Brian Robeson who is visiting his dad for the summer (his parents are divorced). He takes a plane, but the pilot has a heart attack and dies, causing it to crash land into a lake. Brian must survive on his own with a hatchet that his mother gave him. Whatever book series or genre you like, there are other great books to get at the WMS Scholastic Book Fair from 2/27/2018 to 3/1/2018....

December 5, 2017

I’ve always wondered why people bully and I’ve never gotten a straight answer. Now I don’t care if you’re a victim of bullying or you are a bully,...

December 5, 2017

You know those stars kids get every month for acts of kindness? Well, there are some kids who have not been recognized for other good deeds such as helping someone open their lock...

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March 13, 2018

Question: Are you on your phone until 11 o’clock at night?   If so, you might be a phone addict. Well, lucky for you, you aren’t alone. ...

March 13, 2018

   Have you ever watched Stranger Things? Stranger Things is a great show on Netflix, but it’s not for everyone. If you can’t handle jump scares ...

February 1, 2018

Black History Month is when we look back at the achievements made by black people. It is celebrated all across the world in countries such as Canada and...

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Stranger Things

March 13, 2018

   Have you ever watched Stranger Things? Stranger Things is a great show on Netflix, but it’s not for everyone. If you can’t handle jump scares ...

WMS Book Fair

February 7, 2018

Sci-fi, fantasy, mystery, or historical fiction! Whatever genre, it’s always good to read a book. You can find your favorite books at the WMS Book Fair. Be sure to look out for great books like these. The first story that you may find interesting is “Finding Gobi: The True Story of One Little Dog’s True Story.” This story is based on true events about a little dog, Gobi, running with in a marathon with a runner named Dion Leonard, who is actually the author of this book. The next book that will definitely be at the book fair is “Projekt 1065,” a World War II book from the award-winning author Alan Gratz. In this story, a boy named Michael O'Shaunessey and his family live in Berlin. Michael, along with all the other boys in school are members of the Hitler Youth. But Michael and his parents are spies. If you are love historical fiction books, this is definitely one you should get. The final book that may draw your attention is “Hatchet.” It’s about a 13 year old boy named Brian Robeson who is visiting his dad for the summer (his parents are divorced). He takes a plane, but the pilot has a heart attack and dies, causing it to crash land into a lake. Brian must survive on his own with a hatchet that his mother gave him. Whatever book series or genre you like, there are other great books to get at the WMS Scholastic Book Fair from 2/27/2018 to 3/1/2018....

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How to make a stress ball?

October 30, 2017

  Ingredients: A funnel Baking flour Balloons (any color)   How to make:   Put funnel on opening part of balloon. Po...

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