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Animal Adventure Comment of the Week
Eila Shoot - Age 12 - From UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)
i think that they should do more research on animals because they are losing there habitats.Most animals on earth are losing there habitats because some were they live do not have water or food that they can have to drink and eat.The animals should live in there on enviroment and some people bring them out of there habitat.When the wet lands dry up the animals do not have enough water to drink and most of them are dieing with starvation and with nothing to drink.When they do not have anything to drink they lose there habitat that means they are endanger and we need to do more research.Most animals are losing there homes because of this mistake of the earth.Some animals are dieing and losing there habitat because diff animals are eating each other and also people are eating the animals but when the animals are really endanger people stop eating them because it will be the law the pandas are endanger they are losing there habitat when the animals start dieing some move to a diff habbitat
Team Animal Fact of the Week
Kiera Kiefs - Age 9 - Team Pink Penguin - From UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)
penguins are my most favorite animal so i want to save them as much as possible.i think we need a place in kidscom where penguins can come live if their homes get deystroyed. plus i think that we should offer penguins more fish and such because as you know jelousy cloud is probably flooding antartica which could cause all the fish to swim all the way to the open ocean.and all the poor penguins will starve.i sure wish i was a part of this club but its full.cause i would love to help penguins.
Idea Seeker Write Me A Story
Julie Pingo - 10 - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)
The story continues from this beginning:
Skeeter's classmates has decided to challenge him for first chair in the school band's saxophone section. Skeeter is convinced that he's the best saxophone player in school and doesn't need to practice before the challenge. Could Proud Cloud be putting Skeeter in danger of losing his spot in the band? Can Humor Plant Baby help remind him that even good musicians need to practice? Write the rest of the story.
I stared at Skeeter in complete awe. This wasn't the 'practiice until I fall asleep' Skeeter I knew. In fact this Skeeter standing in front of me was a goody two shoes. I padded my foot on the ground with impatiance, waiting for Skeeter's answer. "I didn't practice because I don't need to. I'll win the first chair, no problem." Skeeter said, sounding snooty. I grunted. Then, I relized that this may not be his fault. "Oh no!" I whispered urgently. "He's got Proud Cloud!" Just then my Humor Plant Baby brushed next to my leg and a warm smile crossed my face. "Help Skeeter, please." I told the Plant Baby. He made a sqeaking sound to agree, and then he waddled up to Skeeter where in a blink of an eye Skeeter was his normal self. "Good job!" I cheered. "Thank you so much!" Skeeter exclaimed, "But I don't have time to talk," he continued,"I better get practicing!" I smiled at my Plant Baby at Skeeter and then decided to skip after him. I needed some practice, too!
KidsCom.com Write Me A Story
Jasmine - 12 - UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)
It was 2:00 am when I looked at the clock. My mother was to busy rushing to even notice I was up.
"Finally, your up. Get ready, I'm dropping you off," my sister Linzy said.
"To where?" I said heading for the kitchen.
"Don't tell me you forgot."
"Ugh, I even marked it on the calendar," Linzy said pointing her perfect nails on the calendar with an ugly dog on the top. "It's the day you help at the animal shelter."
"Oh," I said with a grim look on my face.
I slipped on my jeans and a shirt and walked to and out the door. As soon as we got to the animal shelter, I got out of the car.
"Hey Kyla over here," Jessie said waving at me.
Linzy pulled off leaving me with Jessie. By the time we reached the door, I saw a pet toy. As I picked it up, I looked at the little writing on it. It read, "Snowflake". I walked around the shelter bored, when I saw a little dog with the title snowflake written on her cage. I slipped the pet toy in her cage.
"There you go snowflake," I said, as I walked away.