By Liberty A. Pinili
HAVE you ever wondered why malls put at least two trash cans in one cornerâ€”one labeled â€œbiodegradableâ€ and the other â€œnon-biodegradableâ€?
Biodegradable and non-biodegradable are actually two different kinds of garbage.
Biodegradable materials are those that rot, like all kinds of food, paper, animal poop, plant leaves and other parts of plants and trees. Non-biodegradable wastes are those that do no rot like plastic, glass and metal.
Biodegradable stuff can be made into fertilizers to fatten the soil and make plants grow better. Non-biodegradable stuff can be reused or made into other useful things. For example, softdrink bottles can be cleaned and refilled or they can be smashed and heated up to make new bottles. Continue reading Earth’s friend: Separating Garbage
By Tita Dulce Festin-Baybay
Thatâ€™s right, Kidsters! What is the best way of getting the attention of readers and the audience as a whole? Start by telling a story. Havenâ€™t you noticed that when we start with â€œOnce upon a time,â€ you immediately get interested?
I remember that whenever my teachers would teach a lesson by giving stories, the more I get interested and the more I remember the lesson. Continue reading Write a Story
Be simple that’s what they always say
But sometimes it’s hard to live that way
There are very many temptations
That’s why we are not simple in some situations
Save your money and never borrow money always
For your simlicity forever stays
Those expensive things are worth someone’s life
For you’re like stealing their money that can relieve their strife
Live simply so that others could simply live
That’s a poem I believe
<b>Daryl Mitz M. Garces</b>
Grade 5, Colegio dela Inmaculada Concepcion