Farheen Elahi’s 5th Grade
Discovery Centre Smart School –
What I know about Monsters!
Monsters are mostly big!
They don't like to dig,
As they are lazy,
And some are also crazy,
Monsters are weird,
I wonder why don't they have a beard?
Monsters are scary,
They also have names like Larry,
There is just two more things to tell,
Some monsters also have a shell and
They hate lobsters,
Thats all I know about Monsters!...
(By: Hamd Majeed Paracha-Grade V)
The Four Monsters I hate!
There are four monsters I need to tell you about
If I could, I would kick them out!
First monster, his name is Cays,
He likes the chips lays,
Second monster, his name is Meese,
He likes cheese,
Third monster, his name is Beat,
His favourite food is meat,
Fourth Monster, his name is Chief,
He likes a lot of beef,
I hate them because they eat all of it from my fridge,
I just want to throw them off the bridge!
(By: Hamd Majeed Paracha-Grade V)
now live in a safer world,
favorite movie’ The Monster's Inc''
Sheikh Irtiza Nasar
Hope's Class -- Parumus, New Jersey
Here is her story as dictated to me by the children (ages 2-5):
The Story of Goggle Zoggle
made her. Her name is Goggle Zoggle.
She played basketball and softball.
She was defeating all of the people and eating them up.
She ate her boots and turned them into sausages.
Then the angry hordes unleashed their shields.
And then she went inside her home in the kitchen.
She cooked a chicken and she ate it.
Then the people smiled.
They called her Nosey Nose.
And the people spun in a circle and went Huh-Huh-Huh.”
Monster Videos from Mr. Smith's Class:
Kids worked in teams to write movie scripts to celebrate the spirit of the Monster Project. Hannibal Star Wars, Scary School, The Monster Brothers, and Monster Magicians. Click on the movie reels.
Mr.Bono's Class --
Sagamihara City, Japan
"Can't Run Away"
Midnight after the kids have gone to sleep that monster creeps. No one imagines such a haunted night would come. Well, it's about time we hear the kids scream. Ha, ha, ha, can't you hear them? Fuu. The monster's long hair is blown by the warm wind. He eats the kids using his big eyes, big mouth, long fingers and sharp teeth. His name is Jonny Thebes. The kids run around in their pajamas, but how long can they run? One by one, kids disappear. That monster is always hungry. And he would keep on catching the kids. He might come right beside you tonight. So "Be Careful!!"
Mrs. Marquardt’s 4th Grade --
Fargo, North Dakota
Fifty years ago, Roosevelt Elementary was a young school. There was one stormy day that we will look at in this story. Mrs. Bigelow’s third-grade class had just made a paper monster. When they finished, they set it by a window that was closed, but thin. Mrs. Bigelow clapped her hands. Clap, clap clap clap clap. The class clapped back. Clap clap. “Time for music!” said Mrs. Bigelow. They left the room. Now I could tell what they did all through music, but that would delay the story. Twenty minutes later, when they came back, the monster was gone!
They ran around the school, searching for the monster in every classroom. Then, they saw a girl go running straight through the cafeteria doors. She was screaming. They opened the door, and they found their own monster terrorizing the people in the cafeteria!
The principal screamed, “GET THIS THING OUT OF HERE!!!!!” Everyone was running around. The monster was running around, overturning a table here and throwing a child aside there.
“How could our
monster have come alive?” said Mrs. Bigelow, as if she were
looking at a skydiving monkey with no parachute holding the
One girl named Kristi had a sudden flashback that they set it by a window that was closed, but thin, while a lightning storm was raging.
A boy named
Everyone knew where he was going. The whole class went upstairs to get their glue bottles. They ran back down and fired at the monster. Glue spritzed everywhere. It splattered on the monster’s back. He sort of roared and growled at the same time. It sounded something like this: Ro-oooow! He tried to rub the glue off on the wall. Fortunately, the glue was fast drying, and as soon as the glue touched the wall, it dried, and the monster stuck. He tried to struggle free for a bit, and then he let out another roar, but it seemed to get fainter and fainter. Then, just before becoming completely still, his mouth changed to a smile.
with relief. The monster was no more. All the boys high-fived
That monster has been there for the past fifty years, and he is still there today. And we never put a paper monster by a window in a lightning storm again.
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