Kaleb's Story Stop

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Our field trip

On September 7, 2006, second grade up to sixth grade went on a field trip. First we went to theGlobe News Center. The author of Hank the Cowdog books sang some Hank the Cowdog songs and talked to all the people in the room. The room is big.
The author of Hank the Cowdog read a Hank the Cowdog book to the people in the
room. Next we went to the park and played for a little while. I played space
ship. When I was done it was time for lunch. Mrs. Davis helped me cross the
road to get my lunch box. I ate my lunch and started to swing. After a while
Ms. Cook called some grades to pick up trash. When we were done we went to the
zoo. My favorite animal was the Spider Monkey. We say turtles, grey foxes and some black bears. After we got done we come back to school.

That was a fun day.

Wednesday, November 23, 2005

God Makes Cotton

The other day on the way to my Grandma's house my Mom saw some cotton on the
side of the road. It had blown away from the farmers when they were harvesting
it. She went past a big piece the she went back to get it. A car was coming so
she could only get us a little bit. When we got to my grandmas I told her about
the cotton.

Cotton is to make clothes for us to wear. The cotton was white, it had lots of
seeds in it. It was soft. The cotton made me happy because God makes cotton for
us. The cotton grows from a seed in the dirt. The farmers harvest it in a big
machine in Autumn. The machine gets some of the cotton. Later they take it to a
machine that gets all the seeds and sticks out of it. People take the cotton and
they turn it into string and they make t-shirts.

God loves us so much he makes cotton for us!

Monday, May 16, 2005

My new blog look

I like this green and yellow blog stuff. Cool.

Friday, April 15, 2005

I made this picture on the computer, for Charleigh

Saturday, April 09, 2005

I can ride my bike!

Thursday, April 07, 2005

I took this picture of my Mom

Lost another tooth!

Me and Dad at Precious Moments

Thursday, March 31, 2005


Springfield, MO