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China by Jaheim 3-206

China is one of the biggest country in the world. China capital is Beijing.

Pakistani Dancing Horses Ali 5-305

You probably won’t believe me that there are dancing horses. Many people in Pakistan have horses. People there train their horses. Then, a festival occurs. Finally, there is a competition between a city. Then, Between a country.Then, it goes between country and country.For example, I  have seen dance competitions between India and Pakistan.   Pakistan Zindabad!!

A letter to Mr. Jump about China by Iqra Khan in 3-206

Dear, Mr. Jump My  class is learning about China. The day  when we start learning about China,  Mrs. Moran called yellow and green table to the floor. When yellow and green table came on the floor  Mrs. Moran was on a website. I don’t know the website’s name. The capital city is  Beijing.  They  speak […]

Culture Celebration by Christopher Barthelemy 5-304

Class 5-304 is doing a Cultural Celebration on December 22, 2011! You have to bring in foods and items to learn about peoples culture. I can’t wait to bring in foods and items to show my class. My family is from Trinidad so i’m bringing in roti that is a Trinidadian food and the flag […]

The Quran- by Rabia Asif 3-201

In Morocco Some Muslims read a book called the Quran.  Qur’an has nearly more than 100 pages. The Quran has to be memorized until your 20,21,22,23,24 ,and 25.  This sounds hard but is very easy. Until you know one thing in the Quran you know the other.The Quran could make your brain memorize everything. The Quran […]

The Mexican Tradition For Christmas By: Mily 4- 210

Many people might think that mexicans celebrate Christmas in the same way that here in the U.S.A celebrate it.But no we do not.We celebrate it in a differnt way.Our way to celebrate Christmas is to have a kind of party the day before Christmas or any other day in December. Invite aunts, uncles,grandparents, cousins and […]

Morocco’s Holidays By Khushpreet Kaur 3-201

Eid ul–Fitr is a Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadam. The Islamic holy month of fasting. Eid is an Arabic word meaning festival. People kill goats to eat them.They cut the goat into 3 equal parts. The family that has cut a goat into 3 equal parts eat a 1 equal part together. They […]

Morocco’s Eid- by Rabia Asif 3-201

 Morocco has 2 Eids. One is Eid Al-Fitr  and one is  Eid Al-Adha (Eid Al-Kabir). Eid-Al-Fitr is on August 30th. Eid-Al-Adha is on November 6th. Eid-Al Fitr is sometimes called small Eid. Eid-Al-Adha is sometimes called big Eid. Eid-Al-Adha is a day we sacrifice a goat,lamb,or cow because one of our prophet did it and we follow it in […]

Christmas By Pritpal Singh

Christmas is what everyone likes. I love Christmas because my uncle from Canada is coming and bringing a Wii from Canada. Also when he comes I am also going to Canada. The first step is to get a Evergreen tree and put it in your house. The next step is to decorate it  with bells […]

Mosques in Morocco by Furqan Khan 3-201

Muslims pray for good things to happen. We have mosques. There are 5 mosques. The 5 mosques are Fajr, Dhuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha. An extra on to do is sunrise. You don’t have to do it. Its just if you want to do it. There are things that you do the mosque on. You […]

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