Two of my friends like Thanksgiving.
Houses are fun to look at on Thanksgiving.
A turkey was in my friend’s yard one time
No one has seen me eat the ham.
K is in Thanksgiving.
Some people don’t celebrate Thanksgivng.
Two of my friends like Thanksgiving.
Students in Mr. Dwayne L. Henry’s third grade class at Paradise Elementary School wrote these Christmas poems in celebration of the holidays.
By Sierra Bowman
It is Christmas,
The jolly time of the year.
I get stuff from Sears.
Open your presents,
Get around the tree.
See all the things,
Sit on your knees.
We go sledding,
In the snow.
We have lots of fun,
We yell, ‘Whoa! ‘
By Tyler Bryant
I love this Holiday,
I’ll get a new skateboard.
We eat dinner for Christmas,
I will get a new Ford.
I’ll go outside to play in the snow,
My mom, dad and brother.
We will spend time with our family,
I do not want another.
By Brandon Coble
I like presents,
We get lots of toys.
I play a lot,
There are lots of boys.
I get out of bed,
We go shopping.
Play in the snow,
Look in the stocking.
I play with toys,
Play with my brother.
We play a game,
Play with my mother.
By Jacob Drake
Time to put the lights up,
It is going to be fun.
Snowballs in the air,
Now we need to run.
Let’s sip our hot chocolate,
Gather around the tree.
Let’s sing all are songs,
Now let’s go and ski.
Christmas in Paradise
By Delaney Flaherty
We get ready for family,
We have to clean our rooms.
We go down stairs and wash,
We sweep it down with a broom.
I go to the store,
I find a turkey.
I go home and stuff it,
And I eat beef jerky.
My Christmas Tradition
By Alexandra Fowler
I get a lot of money,
Let’s open our presents now.
We get pictures,
I got my sister a cow.
I love to get Webkinz,
We wait to open the door.
My Mammaw gives us candy,
The presents are on the floor.
By Nicolas Gross
Christmas is cool,
Christmas is fun.
Christmas is a Wesome,
We like to run.
We like cool things,
Like them pretty lights.
Decorations are cool,
They are so bright.
We like igloos,
They are cool.
Once it melted,
It became a pool.
By Kenneth Hamme
Christmas is fun,
It is the best.
Lots of presents,
There’s no time to rest.
Christmas is here,
It is really fun.
Everything is neat,
Now I’m on the run.
By Shane Kecken
Christmas is here,
Time to go to Grandma’s.
She is really great,
I even have a grandpa
We like to gather,
Around the Christmas tree.
Open the presents,
Santa won’t need a key.
Christmas Is Here
By Scott Lawson
My mother says, ‘Christmas is here.’
With all the presents here and there,
Santa comes down the chimney.
My brother got a toy bear,
We will eat the Christmas dinner,
We make a deal.
The turkey is here.
We ate the yummy meal.
We open the presents
My brother gets a toy car,
My sister gets a toy doll.
I get a big candy bar,
By Josh Lenhart
I like when Christmas comes,
I like to play in the snow.
Sledding is a lot of fun,
I know how to throw.
We set up a Christmas tree,
I throw the snowball at my brother.
I go inside to play with the cars,
I used to play with my mother.
I open presents,
I wake my mom up.
I made a snow angel,
I give her a cup.
By Kali McWilliams
Christmas is lots and lots of fun,
People love to celebrate this day.
But this day is to have lots of fun,
So you better get ready to pray.
I love to decorate,
But do you love to do it?
So get ready to sing,
But still decorate a bit.
Snow is just so cool,
But it gets chilly,
So get ready to say “Brrrrrr,”
It sounds so silly.
By Lacey Roller
I love this holiday,
It is so fun.
To play with my toys,
Then I run and run.
I usually get what I ask for,
But sometimes I don’t get.
But that is ok,
I’ll receive good things, I bet.
By Jena Stanton
Christmas is here,
Bells are ringing.
White snow is falling,
Children are singing.
Santa Claus will come,
Reindeer are flying.
Presents are coming,
Children are spying.
Under the Christmas tree,
We get fun stuff to play.
There are some Teddy Bears,
There is also fun clay.
By Noah Sutherland
Time to put up the Christmas lights,
Where did the lights go everybody?
There are no more Christmas lights,
They are falling down, OH !NO!
Time to get the cool presents,
Everybody gather close.
Did that, done that,
Now to watch Christmas shows.
Building a snowman is so much fun,
You put the hat on his cold head.
Use a carrot for his long nose,
Make a snow pile that looks like his bed.
By Brittany Wright
I love sledding,
Sledding is cool.
Sledding is awesome,
I get toys.
Bratz and Bratz,
Even some boys.
I like skiing,
It is fun.
I like to ski,
While I run.
Students in Kathy Gross’ third-grade class at Paradise Elementary, wrote about important things.
The important thing about horses is that you can ride them. It is fun, you can brush them, you walk them and you fee them. But the important thing about horses is that you can ride them.
The important thing about dogs is that you can pet them. You can walk them, you feed them, play with them, and give them baths. But the important thing about dogs is that you can pet them.
The important thing about friends is that they are nice. It is so fun to have friends, friends are like family, friends can be real supportive, and they never let you down. But the important thing about friends is that they are nice.
The important thing about a book is that you read it. It is cool, it’s almost like TV in your head, and it is fun. But the important thing about a book is that you read it.
The important thing about my brother is that he’s a baby. He is funny, he is cute, and says mommy and daddy all the time. But the important thing about my brother is that he is a baby.
The important thing about kittens are that you care for them. They eat, sleep and purr. But the important thing about kittens are that you care for them.
The important thing about a house is that you can go in it. People live in a house, they need a house, and sleep in a house. But the important thing about a house is that you can go in it.
The important thing about farming is that you would have food. It’s fun to farm, you need lots of space, and you harvest food. But the important thing about farming is that you would have food.
The important thing about family is that they take good care of you. They feed you and they play with you. But the important thing about family is that they take good care of you.
The important thing about horses is that you can ride them. It is fun, hard work, and awesome! But the important thing about horses is that you can ride them.
The important thing about an orange is that it is juicy. It is round, orange and it is a fruit. But the important thing about an orange is that it is juicy.
The important thing about horses is that they are nice animals. You can learn from horses, you can learn what horses do at night. But the important thing about horses is that they are nice.
The important thing about homework is you won’t get in trouble if you do it. It is fun, it makes you smart, and helps you learn. But the important thing about homework is that you won’t get in trouble if you do it.
The important thing about a family is that you spend time together. Your family is special no matter what. But the important thing about a family is that you spend time together.
The important thing about dogs is that they’re lovable. They are fun, you can cuddle with them and they can cuddle with you. But the important thing about dogs is that they’re lovable.
The important thing about a moon is that is comes out at night. It helps you sleep, and it never comes out in the morning. But the important thing about a moon is that it comes out at night.
The important thing about my dog is that I can play with her. She plays, she does tricks, she is happy, and she is funny. But the important thing about my dog is I can play with her.
The important thing about dogs is that they are fluffy. They drool on you, and they take your food. But the important thing about dogs is that they are fluffy.
These live and learn lessons were written by third-graders in Kathy Gross’ class at Paradise Elementary.
I’ve learned when you stick a lemon in your sister’s mouth she will make a funny face!
I’ve learned to respect others so they will respect you.
I’ve learned not to follow what other people do.
I’ve learned don’t tattle tale on my sisters or I’m going to get in trouble.
I’ve learned never play with matches.
I’ve learned that family is important.
I’ve learned to be prepared or else you will face a consequence.
I’ve learned that school is very important.
I’ve learned to respect my sister or I’ll get in trouble.
I’ve learned that everybody is special.
I’ve learned trying something new is fun.
I’ve learned that if you dump ping pong balls on a parent you will get in trouble.
I’ve learned if you copy someone you won’t learn.
I’ve learned not to hit baseballs low or aim it at someone.
I’ve learned never to hit your dad or you will be on the ground.
I’ve learned that if you have a glass of pink lemonade and you drop a walnut in it, it will explode.
I’ve learned if you do something that dogs don’t like they will bite you.
I’ve learned that my teacher is 100% FUN!
I’ve learned that if I don’t make my bed in the morning, I sleep in an unmade bed.
I’ve learned that if you don’t use spurs to kick a horse it won’t move!
I’ve learned not to wake my sister up for something not important.
I’ve learned not to yell when my mom is talking to someone.
I’ve learned that if I don’t go to bed at 9:00, my dad will yell at me.
I’ve learned that if I don’t do my chores, I will get in trouble.
I’ve learned that if I don’t do my homework when I get home I have to do it at like 9:00 when I’m tired.
I’ve learned that if I don’t help my mom do the flowers I have to help her the rest of the week.
I’ve learned you can’t chew gum in soccer.
I’ve learned you can’t put nails in a ramp.
I’ve learned that some things don’t work out the way you plan.
I’ve learned that little sisters get more attention.
I’ve learned that if you put a walnut in pink lemonade it explodes.
I’ve learned that if you throw a peanut at an elephant when it is getting ready to give it’s baby a bath it will spray you.
I’ve learned it is not easy biking when you’re three without training wheels.
I’ve learned not to talk your brother into eating a hot pepper.
I’ve learned that if you get all good grades you will get compliments.
I’ve learned that Mrs. Gross makes us do work, but she makes it seem fun.
I’ve learned that if you don’t eat your supper you might not get dessert.
I’ve learned that if you drink milk and do funny things with your eye it might come out your eye.
I’ve learned that if you run in the hallway you get in trouble.
I’ve learned that if you make a huge mess in your house everywhere and you blame your sister or brother they are going to know you are lying.
I’ve learned if your sister is still sleeping and you want to wake her up get a bottle of water and pour it all over her.
I’ve learned that my teacher is very, very nice because she does a lot of fun stuff.
I’ve learned that the Amish do not use rubber.
I’ve learned not to stand behind a horse without touching him or her or it will kick you.
I’ve learned to be yourself or else you will get in trouble.