Monthly Archives: December 2016

Is Deforestation Something That Kids Should Worry About? By: Ash

Deforestation Issue:Should kids worry about it a lot? Or, even at all? I think yes, By: reporter ferret Ashlyn



I think mostly yes because kids are young and if deforestation continues then there may be no air. When us kids are older we can do something about it.

Deforestation may go on forever as long as we live, if we don’t do something about it NOW. Well, not really because actually if we don’t as I said do something about it now then if it goes on at its current rate then all forests on the whole EARTH would actually be just a humongous crumble of desert with no air or all us people would have to live in a space station with oxygen things and every ferret would be a technic astronaut and even the pets and I think we should blast off into space about in 6 years.


Just kidding, we wouldn’t have enough parts to make 800 space stations. But where would our home be? A creepy space station. And Christmas trees for around Christmas and all that? And wait why do you guys cut down trees, Ahem Brazilians. I LOVE Brazil. But hey let’s go onto deforestation.


It’s a little sad. But anyway, so here are some facts for you people in Brazil cutting down trees maybe you’d like to die. Or live in space and that’s just stupid because we would have to be with things younger than us, out to nine-year-olds.

I can’t believe that you guys wanna go to space or die! Which one would you rather: Die on the planet or go on the space thing or stop deforestation; it’s a v.s v.s thing. Tell me in comment section. Please do if you feel like it..

If you want to of course. As I said that kids  

So, anyway did you know that more than 2,000 out of 3,000 cancer-fighting plants grow in rainforests. Also, all our air is going away and rainforests are homes to many plants and animals, like wetlands.

The End. And deforestation IS a think kids should worry about. image from Google.

Graham31w’s avatar #16SBC

Graham31w’s Avatar and cool facts about it

My avatar Is really cool so i think you should visit my bottom of my blog by my flag counter  to see it.

My avatar looks just like me and I do not think it is even illegal to have a pet tiger here in Pennsylvania where I live now.

My avatar looks like me but did you know I have coco-chocolate colored eyes?    

I have hair that goes down to my ankles and I never got it cut but I never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever wear it down because it gets in my face and gets all knotty.

My avatar is cool because I think it looks just like me and the reason why I picked that avatar website that I got it from is because that was the only one that showed on my blog. Bye bloggers!

Cloudy Luke Howard Poems!!! #16STUBC by Ash

Poem about Luke Howard

            Luke Howard

         Was Luke “powered”

         He studied the clouds

Named one Cumulus

         That was humorous

Just for Luke Powered Howard to see


cloudy fieldImage from Compfight

Awesome Abraham Lincoln!!!

                                                        Abraham Lincoln

                                          here is the  History website link:

                                                      By: Ash and Joe

Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809 in a log cabin in one room. The log cabin was in Hardin County, Kentucky. By then his parents moved out to the southern Indiana.  After that Lincoln’s schooling was getting really not good. They had to write on SLATES! He was a self taught Illinois (Ill-i-noyes) lawyer and legislator with a reputation as a eloquent opponent of slavery, and shocked many when he overcame several more prominent contenders to win the Republican Party’s nomination for president in 1860.

His election that same November pushed several Southern states to secede by the time of his inauguration in March 1861, and the Civil War began barely a month later. Contrary to expectations, Abraham Lincoln proved to be a shrewd military strategist and a savvy leader during what became the costliest conflict ever fought on American soil. His Emancipation Proclamation, issued in 1863, freed all slaves in the rebellious states and paved the way for slavery’s eventual abolition while his Gettysburg address later that year stands as one of the most famous and influential pieces of oratory in American history.

In April 1865 with the union on the brink of victory, Abraham Lincoln was shot and killed by the confederate john wilkes booth; his untimely death made him a martyr to the cause of liberty and union. Over the years Lincoln’s mythic stature has only grown, and he is highly regarded as one of the greatest presidents in the nation’s history. The End!!!