Birds in My Area article #2

Hi! Tyler here today with the 2nd bird in my Series of Birds in My Area. Today’s bird is . . . the Wild Turkey. Wild turkeys are mostly seen walking across the road or foraging in the open field. They are very large and have a very heavy body and a very small head and long legs. They are blackish mostly. They also have pale gray flight feathers.
Sibley, D. A. (2003). The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America. New York: Knopf.


I Have The Worst Cat Ever

Tyler here. My cat’s name is Twix and today I’m going to tell some things about her.

My cat Twix never cleans her patootie. She’s as fat as a bowling ball. When Twix is frightened she forgets all her manners and makes a big mess. Twix is this way because she was the runt of the litter. She is still my favorite cat.


Birds In My Area Series

Hi! Tyler here today and I am writing a series on the birds in my area. The 1st bird in the series is the Red-tailed Hawk. They live year-round in most of United States of America. They are commonly seen perched on trees, poles, or fence posts along the road or fields. They mainly feeds on small mammals. They have a stocky and broad body, with rounded wings and a short tail. Red-tailed Hawks have a striking red tail.

Sibley, D. A. (2003). The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America. New York: Knopf.

Rainy Weather Where I Live


Tyler, here, and I want share our rainy weather here with you. Yesterday, November 2, it rained all day long! It was cold and wet. It was raining cats and dogs.  Me and my brothers, we played out in the rain and we got really cold so we went inside and took a really warm shower. We had a fire going all day long. I loved it! And today, November 3, it is cold still, but it’s a little sunny too. It looks like there’s rain clouds coming in too. The heater just kicked on! We had to keep the dogs inside yesterday because it was very muddy outside. Today the dogs went outside and got all muddy! I am looking forward to it raining again today. This is what it looks like right now out our schoolroom window.

nov 3 2015

In the mood for dessert?

Hi! Tyler here and today I want to share with you one of my very own recipes,Chocolatey Banana Pie. Doesn’t it look delicious?Pie


  • 8 oz whipping cream
  • instant banana pudding
  • instant chocolate pudding
  • whole milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • pre-made graham cracker pie crust
  • powdered sugar
  • chocolate bar
  • bananas

Step 1: Combine whipping cream, powdered sugar and vanilla in a bowl and stir with an electric hand mixer until desired consistency.

Step 2: Follow direction on instant pupping box to create two seperate bowls of pudding.

Step 3: Slice 2 bananas and shave chocolate.

Step 4: Layer the whipped cream, pudding, bananas and chocolate shavings in the pie crust.

Step 5: EAT and ENJOY!