CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN.

This is so cute.

We found a quick story of eleven kids who weighed in on what they thought about oceans. The assignment was to write something short about the ocean. They could write what ever came to mind.

CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN

THIS IS A PICTURE OF AN OCTOPUS. IT HAS EIGHT TESTICLES. (KELLY, AGE 6)

CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN

OYSTERS’ BALLS ARE CALLED PEARLS. (JERRY, AGE 6)

CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN

IF YOU ARE SURROUNDED BY OCEAN, YOU ARE AN ISLAND. IF YOU DON’T HAVE OCEAN ALL ROUND YOU, YOU ARE INCONTINENT. (MIKE, AGE 7)

CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN

SHARKS ARE UGLY AND MEAN, AND HAVE BIG TEETH, JUST LIKE EMILY RICHARDSON . SHE’S NOT MY FRIEND ANY MORE. (KYLIE, AGE 6)

CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN

 A DOLPHIN BREATHES THROUGH AN A..HOLE ON THE TOP OF ITS HEAD. (BILLY, AGE 8)

CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN

MY UNCLE GOES OUT IN HIS BOAT WITH 2 OTHER MEN AND A WOMAN AND POTS AND COMES BACK WITH CRABS. (MILLIE, AGE 6)

CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN

 WHEN SHIPS HAD SAILS, THEY USED TO USE THE TRADE WINDS TO CROSS THE OCEAN. SOMETIMES WHEN THE WIND DIDN’T BLOW THE SAILORS WOULD WHISTLE TO MAKE THE WIND COME. MY BROTHER SAID THEY WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER OFF EATING BEANS. (WILLIAM, AGE 7)

CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN

 MERMAIDS LIVE IN THE OCEAN. I LIKE MERMAIDS. THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL ANDI LIKE THEIR SHINY TAILS, BUT HOW ON EARTH DO MERMAIDS GET PREGNANT? LIKE, REALLY? (HELEN, AGE 6)

CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN

I’M NOT GOING TO WRITE ABOUT THE OCEAN. MY BABY BROTHER IS ALWAYS CRYING, MY DAD KEEPS YELLING AT MY MOM, AND MY BIG SISTER HAS JUST GOT PREGNANT, SO I CAN’T THINK WHAT TO WRITE. (AMY, AGE 6)

CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN

SOME FISH ARE DANGEROUS. JELLYFISH CAN STING. ELECTRIC EELS CAN GIVE YOU A SHOCK. THEY HAVE TO LIVE IN CAVES UNDER THE SEA WHERE I THINK THEY HAVE TO PLUG THEMSELVES IN TO CHARGERS. (CHRISTOPHER, AGE7)

CHILDREN WRITING ABOUT THE OCEAN

 WHEN YOU GO SWIMMING IN THE OCEAN, IT IS VERY COLD, AND IT MAKES MY WILLY SMALL. (KEVIN, AGE 6)

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