This week was pretty exciting. For example, on Thursday, I decided that instead of studying at home, I would go out to the library to study because I thought it might be fun. I also made a 3D game engine in Scratch, and I worked on some code for a data pack for Minecraft! Other than that, I did a lot of world history and health study in Khan Academy, and I did a lot of Duolingo Spanish as well.
I forgot to mention this last week, but I helped lead a movie night for Taekwondo! It was actually pretty fun (because I got to supervise a bunch of little kids) but was really tiring (because I got to supervise a bunch of little kids). At the beginning, we played group games with all the little kids, and then the leaders (including me) went to get the pizza (so I got free pizza). A lot of the kids don’t like sitting still, though, so they ran around a lot instead of watching the movie (the movie wasn’t that fun) and played tag and hide-and-seek. A few of the kids even asked me for piggy back rides LOL. Overall, it was really tiring but fun at the same time, and I would probably do it again.
I love studying at the library! That was a great idea to try, and I hope you enjoyed the experience. You did a lot of interesting things this week — I love that you’re re-finding biology as an interest to pursue, and that you’re building so many skills in ongoing interests like coding for games, and that you’re continuing to build your understanding of general history.
What a fun experience at the taekwondo movie night! The kids must really like you if they’re so social with you and asking you for piggy backs. I’m glad you had the opportunity to help out with the event, and I hope you got lots of rest afterwards.
Thank you for your Observing for Learning. I’m working on Year End Summaries this week and am writing a short response.