Hero or Heroine

In the last issue we asked for heros/heroines. Here are some ideas from Runnymede school in Toronto.

Runnymede is the biggest elementary school in Canada with 1100 students. Six classes did activities from Dodo Land in Cyberspace. Two children from each class became the Dodo Land guides and took other children to the library to see Dodo land on the internet or on disk. (See the newspaper article from the Villager).



CAN YOU THINK OF A STORY TO GO WITH THESE HEROS/HEROINES?


SEE THE ILLUSTRATION - WRITE A STORY

The Indian Angel

Samantha - Grade 4
My heroine is an Indian goddess. Some believe that Aminata once lived long ago and some believe the Aminata is still alive today but invisible. I believe that every full moon she rises and a golden star comes out of her halo.


Clock Child

Curtis - Grade 4
I picked Clock Child because I like clocks because they tell time and the date. Clock child can take back time so we can see the environment before it was polluted.

Bunny Beast

My heroine is part rabbit, part pig, part human, part bird and that is all. My heroine plants a tree every time a new animal or child is born.


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