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The Big Question: What’s The Earth Worth?

Here are some videos that have to do with  the Earth and how we can make the life on earth and us prosper. Here are also some questions to think about and how we impact the world. This is about what Nature is Worth: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TartoYpK1yI&list=PLF8A702527588229A[/youtube] This is how plastic can be made in to a sustainable […]

Library Lesson

By: Chelsea Prater   Have you ever had a frightful accident? Well here is mine. It was a wonderfully relaxed weekend and my mom and I were going to the Houston Public Library in Texas to borrow and return books, I couldn’t wait to meet up with mrs.Joy so she could read me a book. […]

Daniel Our New Student

We got a new student named Daniel. Here is just a little bit of info about Daniel. Daniel is from Australia and I.S.M. is his first overseas school. Jem, Josh and a couple other people relate to that because they have either been to Australia or are from Australia. On his first day, I made […]

The Most Meaningful Thing

The most meaningful thing to me was going to Ocean Park because we had lots of fun there, and it was a wonderful experience to share with my family on Christmas. At Ocean Park we went on a lot of exciting rides two of which that I were afraid to ride at first. But all […]

Bashful Bengal Tigers

     There are only 3,200-4,500 Bengal tigers left in the world (look at picture 1).They can be found in India, Southern Nepal, Western Burma, Bhutan, and Bangladesh. There are only 3,200-4,500 Bengal tigers left in the world.They can be found in India, Southern Nepal, Western Burma, Bhutan, and Bangladesh. But they originated in India […]

Super Snow Leopards

There are 4,500-7,500 snow leopards left in the world. They can be found in Afghanistan, Bhutan, Burma/Myanmar, China, India, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. But 60% of their population is in China. They are originally from Central Asia. Snow leopards sleep until dawn then they hunt for food to eat. If […]