My Favourite Homeschooling Subject

by Genevieve
(Queensland)

Me at Cobb & Co Musem

Me at Cobb & Co Musem

I would have to say its a tie between Science and English!

Science - because of the interesting things you learn that you would have never thought of or guessed, for example- Did you know that a cat used to play hockey with its family in America and every time it scored it did a back filp?!?

English - mostly because it gives me a chance to work on writing better stories and reports. And what's even better is that I am learning about 'How to write reports' in my 504 in Lifepac English!

I bet you are asking, "Why would you want to write stories?" and the answer is because I want to become a Photographer/Journalist!!!

So they are my fav subjects. What's yours?
Please leave me feed back so I know what you think!!!

Genevieve

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Mar 18, 2008
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Story Writing
by: Anonymous

I am starting to make a story and that is a lot of fun. I like thinking about my characters and drawing my story map and thinking about the adventures.

I'll tell you one thing that's going to be in my story: There is one bad person who steals and the Bals have to find that person. Bals are people with special wings on them.

This is my first book that I am making

Oct 21, 2007
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by: Brumby Ben

I like history more than science. I like writing History stories so I should be able to do English okay. But I am not so sure.... but I like my History the BEST.

Oct 17, 2007
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I like Science and English too...
by: Dan

When I was at school, I like Science and English too. I also liked maths because it's so useful. You can use it to do all sorts of cool and nifty things. Also, it's pretty nice just on its own...you make all sorts of great pictures and graphics with it. Actually, without maths you wouldn't have the computer you wrote this page on, and you wouldn't have the screen either. The screen is all about coordinate geometry...it's all maths.

Anyways, that's my little spiel :-)

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