Summer, summer, summer
Is the happiest kind of weather
It is the time to share,
And the time to breathe the fresh air
It’s the time to ride our bike,
And the time to learn a long hike
Even though it’s hard,
But I’ll make sure that I won’t fall Continue reading
Finally, it’s back to school
Being smart is the secret tool
Yes, its true the tool is “being smart”
And to master English, Math and Art
New classmates, new teachers
New classroom, new features
Giving us the good mood to learn
Borrowing books and waiting for turns Continue reading
We jump into a car
But not too fast
Not too far
It’s the beach at last
We set up a mat
And drank some juice
As parents sat
Children went loose Continue reading
Wolves have always played the villain in fairytale stories like in Little Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs We have known wolves to be ferocious animals. Why is that so?
Wolf, or gray wolf or timber wolf, is the largest wild mammal of the order Carnivora. It is an ice age survivor, which lived from the Late Pleistocene some 300,000 years ago. It stands 26-36 inches tall and weighs between 20 to 68 kilograms. Studies on its DNA showed that gray wolves have the same ancestry with domestic dogs.
We’ve seen wolves (in television) in the forest and in the icy places. That is because wolves are adaptive creatures which can adapt immediately different temperatures.
By Tita Dulce Festin-Baybay
That’s Right, Kidsters! When typhoons with heavy rains and strong winds come, what do you do?Â Of course there are no classes, so it is best you stay at home and be prepared.
When electricity is cut due to strong winds, try not to open your refrigerators often as you should try to save as much of the coolness inside. You do not know how long the brownout will last. Continue reading