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National Teacher Day (Poem) By Keshon Blackman 5-305

Teacher Teacher in the school what is it that you do you never take a day off Why I ask   For the kids or for you How does this benefit you? you already passed school That’s  just not cool     Oh I see You care about your students Learning  and being as smart […]

The Play of Eid – Ul Fitr by Furqan Khan 3-201 and Zeeshan Khan 5-305

Narrator -” Last year Itichigo killed Omega. Itauske by himself killed Omega.” Omega – “I’m back.” Nichigo -” I thought you said you were dead.” Itauske – “Will you cut that out and take this seriously Omega?” Nichigo – “Yeah will you cut that out and take this seriously. This is getting annoying.” Itauske and […]

Moroccan food recipes By Courtney Bentham 3-201

Here is a website that has Moroccan food recipes. Here comes the recipe for Moroccan Spiced Chick Pea soup: 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for garnish 1 large onion, medium diced 6 to 8 cloves garlic, pressed 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 heaping teaspoon sweet […]

The Sahara Desert By Randy Ramkarran 3-201

The Sahara Desert is full of sand! The only animals that can survive in there is Camels. Also it is huge! You can fit the whole United States in it. The Sahara is in Morocco.The Sahara Desert’s color is tan. The climate is hot. The Sahara Desert grow trees.

What do the colors on the Moroccan Flag mean? By Khushpreet Kaur 3-201

The flag of Morocco is made of red field with a black-bordered green pentagram. Red has considerable historic signficance in Morocco, proclaiming the descent of the royal Alaouite family from the Prophet Muhammadd via Fatima, the wife of Ali,the fourth Muslim Caliph. Red is also the color that was used by the Sherifs of Mecca and the Imams of […]

Moroccan Turbans – by Rabia Asif 3-201

 In Morocco they wear such kind of hats called Turbans. The hats turban are start of by a swirl and then they just put it around their neck. Turbans are copied of from the Yemeni style. Some people in Morocco just put their turbans on to do prayer. Some people in Morocco leave their turbans […]

What Does Morocco Look Like? By Mercy Colon 3-201

Morocco looks like a poor country because there are lots of people who have no money. The people that are poor cut cedar trees. Cedar trees are Morocco’s natural resource. Morocco’s biggest mountain is the Atlas Mountain. Morocco has a desert. The name of the desert is the Sahara desert. There are lots of sand […]

Morocco’s Holiday by Furqan Khan

By the way Eid – ul – Fitr is on August 31rst. Eid – ul – Adha is on November. I don’t know the date. Some people read Quran after they do the prayer of Eid. See other post.

Dear Body by Furqan Khan

My body protects me from germs. When I don’t know any germ is attacking me my body senses it. Then my body knows that some germs came when I get sick. My body protects me from viruses. My eyelashes also help. They help me keep the dust out of my eyes. You help a lot. […]

Morocco’s climate By Emaduddin Khan 3-201

In Marrakech the average temperature in summer is a hot 100°F (38°C)! In winter it´s around 70ºF (21ºC).In mountainous areas (like the Atlas range) temperatures often drop all below zero and even other mountain peaks remain snow-capped throughout most of the month’s and in the winter it is warm and sometimes cold. .  

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