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Tsukuba International School Kids

Author: Tsukuba International School, Issue: May 2000, Topic: Education

The following are some samples from the writings of the kids at Tsukuba International School:

Come and play in my world,
Where imagination comes true.
Where children have fairies' wings,
And Fairies play with you.
Sunshine warms you all day long,
There are flowers everywhere.
Unicorns replace cars and things
And roses in you hair.
There you can have whatever you want,Imagine, and come there.

By Camille Wasden, Grade 3

Follow me into space
And hear the stars burning
Goorg goorg goorg.
Hear the comet zoom kazoom
Shoom Zoom Boom!
Here the planets spin around
Whirl swirl curl.

By Ryo Isshiki

Hamster, hamster, why are your eyes cute?
Hamster, hamster, why is your body small?
Hamster, hamster, why do you have whiskers?
Hamster, hamster, does the leaf taste good?

By Sang Hyun Park

<< Religious Activities in English: May 2000 | Master Index | Flactured Ranguage >>

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