Most people have been to Sea World. According to Victoria Garza (7), ” I have been to Sea World sevarel times.
Lots of people said it would be awesome to go to Sea World during Halloween.
“Seeing scary zombies chase me around is really fun,” said Lucinda Nockroes (7). So 2014 at Sea World is really fantastic apparently to some Garner students.
The best thing about Sea World, is seeing the animals and all of their tricks. According to Karley Head (7), “It was the best day of my life.” The water is cool and the roller coasters are still scary. But as long as you are having fun then that is good.
Minari Williams (8) said, “Watching a whale ride a ski guy would be the best thing of my life.”
But the best thing about Sea World, is the midnight showings of the whales. when they splash, the water hits you.
It is really emotinal seeing all of the tricks, and the swimmers telling their story and what actually happend to the whales.
Next time your parents ask you where you want to go for Halloween, say Sea World. The walrus show would probably be exciting to see too! Also, Sea World is open Fri-Sunday from 12:00 to 11:00pm
Do you like empanadas? If so, then Beto’s is the place to go!
Beto’s is a family run business. They were on Diners, Drive ins and Dives on Food Network with Guy Fiery.
They have all kinds of food from tacos to their famous empanadas. They have different kinds of empanadas such as beef and cheese, pork, bean and cheese, and many others.
Ethan Schweninger (8) says, “I like Beto’s empanadas because they have a good taste to them.”
Henry McClure (8) says, “I like Beto’s because they have good food.”
They also have dessert empanadas like their raspberry empanada.
When you hear the word “endangered,” you get sad or feel bad. People hunt animals for amusement, skin, and body parts. Organizations such as WWF, and WCS save animals against human threat. The numbers are scarce even for the dangerous species from tigers to whales. Rhinos are hunted for their horns or their skin. Rhinos are being put in a special facility to protect them against hunters.
“I think of something that’s in danger or just danger,” says Adam Eleno (8) when asked about what he thinks when he thinks when he hears the word “endangered.”
When asked about endangered rhinos, he said, “I feel bad that it’s not their fault that they are endangered, it’s the humans fault.”
He went on to say,” I would put all the rhinos in one place and have them repopulate to a descent number and then let them free.” So by far, everyone really cares about endangered species. Even if students can’t make a difference they support the foundations that help animals.