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Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
Southeast Literature Magazine 2009
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Southeast Literature Magazine 2009

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  • 1. Southeast Literature Magazine June 2009 The Future & Inventions
  • 2. Future Houses and Clouds By Isabelle W. Grade 2B I hope in the future all the houses will be swirly like the curvy lines on bacon. All the houses will be built in the clouds. When you get out of your house what would you do? Will you jump on a cloud? There are all different kinds. Some are even made of candy. What can you think of? Do you want to massage your dog? Well, call 555-0125 and get a futuristic massaging bed for $19.99! Your pet will love it!! Call by December 21 2050 By: Jillian S. Grade 3C Bubble By Katy C., Grade 1L Once on my 7th birthday appeared a giant bubble. I could turn it any color I wanted! Right before your eyes it would burst and re-form! Once in a while, it would get stuck somewhere and I would have to take it out. My bubble’s favorite color and thing is roses. I love my bubble! It’s awesome! I love bubbles! I hope my bubble doesn’t pop for good!
  • 3. Future Monkey By Catherine G. Kindergarten B People can jump in and out of a television set. By Kurt R. Kindergarten B Space Ship By: Emily W. Kindergarten B By Ryan W. Kindergarten OCB
  • 4. <ul><li>My invention is: </li></ul><ul><li>F un </li></ul><ul><li>U nusual </li></ul><ul><li>T otally cool! </li></ul><ul><li>U seful </li></ul><ul><li>R eally wet </li></ul><ul><li>E xciting </li></ul><ul><li>I ntermediate </li></ul><ul><li>N ew </li></ul><ul><li>V ery amazing </li></ul><ul><li>E xtreme </li></ul><ul><li>N ice </li></ul><ul><li>T otally safe </li></ul><ul><li>I t works </li></ul><ul><li>O nly for fun </li></ul><ul><li>N ever can break </li></ul><ul><li>By Carlie C. Grade 4W </li></ul>Bouncin’ Box By Carlie C. Grade 4W 1…2…3 GO! Set off on an adventure and get tumbled around in a large blow up box. You will get soaked as water hoses splash on you. The Bouncin’ Box is 100% safety approved. To order now call 1-800-123-4567 today. Scorpion Bubble By Cyrus K. Grade 1L My bubble is a scorpion. It hurts anybody who tries to pop it! Once in a while I play cards with him. He usually wins. I hope it never pops! Puffball-A Future Pet By Calista S. Grade 3C
  • 5. Inventions &amp; The Future By Abbey L Grade 4S Inventions are cool. School makes you drool. You will act like a fool, If you fool in school. Thinking of future makes you mooch For a robo-English-speaking pooch. When a girl gives you a smooch, The future makes you mooch. By Abby Z. Grade 2B Invention By Shayna S. Kindergarten B By Jack M. Grade 2B You want to hear an invention joke? Sorry, I’m still inventing it. By Nana B H. Grade 2d
  • 6. An Invention That Pours Hot Water Into A Cup By Devin G. Kindergarten B Travel Tube By: Christophe D.-S. Kindergarten B A camera that can take two pictures at the same time. By Scott H. Kindergarten B By Layne P. Kindergarten OCB
  • 7. Horse Wash By Caitlin J. Grade 3 C Protocol Interpreter Robot  By Andrew T. Grade 4S The Protocol Interpreter can interpret over 200 forms of communication. It will protect its master at all costs with a built-in home protector. With 5 feet of weathered titanium this logical cyborg will be easy to spot in the future. Its one eye can magnify while using x-ray vision. This robot can hover but prefers to use its wheels. By Julia B. Kindergarten OCB
  • 8. By Tristan B. Grade 2B By Jacquelin S. Grade 2B By Yuria Y. Kindergarten B FUTURE By Chloe G. Grade 4W F unny U ltrasonic world T iring to think about U nrealistic for now R ather inventive E xciting
  • 9. By Sophie S. Grade 2B Dragon By Erica O. Grade 3C Once there was a dragon who lived in a wagon. His name was Magon. He liked that name because it rhymed with dragon. And then one day Magon got sad in his little old wagon. His friend Haggon cheered him up, and they got ice cream before sup. Hover Shoes  By Ryan C. Grade 4S Using 4 rare 50 lb. lift magnets repelling on shoes, a battery, wires, and a switch with a voltage controller (to levitate higher) you could make hover shoes! If walking over a metal surface (i.e. a sewer drain), turn on the shoes and slowly turn the knob on the controller. You will gently levitate off the ground!
  • 10. Person Transport By Abbey L. Grade 4S By Elizabeth R. Grade 2B By Nina C. Kindergarten OCB
  • 11. Solar-Powered Air Balloon By Chloe G. Grade 4W A Robot By Porter M. Kindergarten B  Monkey Bubble by Tessah T. Grade 1L Today I created a bubble--a real big bubble. It looked like a monkey. Right before my eyes my monkey bubble can do lyrics. Sometimes my monkey can eat bananas. My monkey bubble can even drink juice! My monkey bubble is great.
  • 12. Solar Plane By Sagan H. Grade 4W I thought of a plane that ran on solar power. On the wings there are solar panels. While the plane is flying, the panels collect solar power. The power is transferred through wires to a motor. The motor moves the plane. If the panel breaks or there is no sunlight, then two extra panels open up. They can also collect emergency power and store it in case the plane gets blocked by sunlight. If it rains, then the solar panels get moved by a sheet of plastic and the emergency panel is used. Traveling in a Tube By Bianca R. Kindergarten B Space Squirrel By Emma A. Kindergarten B
  • 13. I ngenious N eeded in the world V ery much appreciated E xtremely N eeded T hought of I ncredible O ver joyful N eat S uper  Fire Bubble By Bruce H. Grade 1L Today I created a fire bubble. It can explode. This bubble is cool because it blinks on and off. It’s fun to play with but dangerous. I like to watch it explode but I hope it does not explode me. Bubble Monster  By Nate B. Grade 1L Out of the bubble jar came a big bubble monster. I became friends with the monster. One night later, on Sunday, the bubble monster started to float away and I thought I’d never see him again. We had so much fun together. Once in a while he would take a nap in a bed I made for him. I hope he comes back soon. By Jenny W. Grade 4S

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