Taking place around the 1930’s, in the English countryside, the three children in The Railway Children, by Edith Nesbit, try to cope with suddenly becoming very poor. As they worked at the transition from rich to poor, they had many scrapes with the railway, a couple of tough spots that they didn’t know what to […]Read More English lesson #7- My First Book Report!!!!
Gary North will give a video on how to save almost $20,000 on college expenses. I have put it here so anyone can see.Read More Save a Lot on College Expenses- Lesson 14
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How I think The Railway Children will End I hope that the end of The Railway Children, by Edith Nesbit, will bring home Peter, Phyllis, and Roberta’s father. I think that their father was on business in Liverpool, U.K. The two men may have came to give him a confidential package to ship […]Read More English Lesson 5 – My First Essay!
This is a sliced baked potato. It is very good and I think you should try it, and it’s fairly simple to make! 2 russet potatoes, Olive oil (enough to spread over potatoes), Organic butter (enough to spread), some black pepper, some sea salt, a serrated knife, a cutting board, and an edged baking sheet should do the […]Read More Sliced Baked Potatoes – Lesson 10
Today, I made Homemade potato chips ! I needed three russet potatoes, a couple of handfuls of Himalayan sea salt, some olive oil, a mandolin slicer or knife, a baking sheet, and some baking spray. first I preheat the oven to four hundred degrees, and put foil on the sheet and spray it, and cut […]Read More Healthy Homemade Potato Chips- Lesson 9