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    • Summer  Projects  Student  Name:  Joshua  Berndt     Read  Something   For  the  homework  project  Read  Something,  I  read  a  variety  of  different  books.  I  mostly  read  the  fictional  reality  genre  such  as  Judy  Moody  ,  A  to  Z  Mysteries  ,  (More  in  the  mysteries  genre.)  ,  Ramona  the  Pest  ,  and  Dairy  of  a  Wimpy  Kid.    I  didn’t  only  read  those  books  though.  I  also  read  other  books  like  The  Hunger  Games  and  other  informational  books  like  Iwitness.    During  the  summer  I  went  to  camp  for  three  weeks  at  the  Boys  and  Girls  Club.  They  have  a  library  there  and  I  read  there  for  about  2-­‐3  hours  each  day.  I  even  worked  as  librarian  for  another  hour.  As  you  can  see,  I  read  a  whole  lot  this  summer.        
    • Multi-­‐Course  Breakfast       For  the  multi-­‐course  breakfast,  I  had  seven  people  to  serve.  I  woke  up  at  around  seven  A.M.  I  started  to  make  breakfast.  I  first  had  to  heat  up  the  water  for  the  oatmeal.  After,  I  made  my  own  style  of  making  eggs.  I  would  put  eggs  in  a  bowl  and  put  it  in  the  microwave  for  a  precise  amount  of  time.  It  would  depend  on  how  many  eggs  you  have.  The  eggs  were  the  appetizer.  Everyone  loved  the  eggs.  Next  came  the  oatmeal.  I  put  about  three  tablespoons  of  oats  in  each  bowl.  Then,  I  put  a  little  bit  of  hot  water  in  each  bowl  to  make  it  oatmeal.  So  far  they  loved  it.  For  the  desert,  I  used  my  own  invention.  I  made  it  up  myself.  I  call  it  the  Crispy  Sticks.  They  are  basically  baked  noodles  at  the  perfect  temperature.  Since  it  was  desert,  I  also  added  a  little  sugar  to  it.  That  is  what  I  made  for  the  multi-­‐course  breakfast.      
    •   Help  Someone         For  this  project,  I  actually  helped  two  people.  The  first  was  I  went  to  Dollar  Tree  with  my  mom  to  get  some  school  supplies.  At  the  cash  register  one  of  the  ladies  asked  if  we  would  like  to  donate  supplies  to  the  military.  I  said  ok  and  used  my  own  money  to  give  the  military  some  supplies.  I  felt  good  to  help  the  military.     The  second  person  I  helped  was  a  veteran.    My  Taiwanese  family  and  my  mom,  dad  ,  and  I  decided    to  go  to  the  Fisherman’s  Warf  to  see  the  Monterey  Bay.  While  we  were  going  to  the  entrance  I  saw  a  man  holding  a  sign  that  said  “Help  a  fallen  solider.”    I  felt  bad  for  him  so  I  took  one  of  my  dollars  and  gave  it  to  him.  Those  are  the  two  people  I  helped.              
    •   Build  and  Construct  Something       I  actually  worked  on  this  project  for  about  three  days.  The  first  day  I  made  a  prototype.  It  was  a  battery  taped  to  paper  clips  and  a  light  bulb.  My  main  Idea  was  to  build  a  flashlight.  The  second  day  I  tried  using  a  water  bottle  and  cans.  It  was  the  same  thing  just  on  a  bigger  scale.  I  used  a  glue  gun,  and  I  burned  myself  five  times.  It  hurt,  but  I’m  okay.  The  third  day  I  tried  the  water  bottle  again,  but  it  didn’t  work  because  the  wire  would  keep  floating  up  into  the  middle  of  the  glue  from  the  glue  gun.       Then,  later  that  day  my  mom  brought  me  some  things  and  asked  if  any  would  be  useful.  One  of  the  things  she  brought  was  foam  paper.  I  said  the  foam  paper  could  help  so  I  used  it.  At  the  end  I  had  two  big  nine  volt  batteries  attached  to  paper  foam  and  a  light  bulb  you  push  down  to  light  up.          
    •   Explore  Something       For  the  Explore  Something  project,  I  decided  to  do  it  on  a  beach.  My  family  and  I  can’t  remember  what  the  name  of  the  beach  is  called.  But,  I  know  it  is  close  to  the  outlet  mall  in  P.G.    At  first,  I  was  climbing  on  some  rocks  looking  in  some  small  puddles,  and  I  saw  sea  snails,  some  hermit  crabs,  and  little  crabs.  I  even  saw  little  anemones.  They  were  about  the  size  of  the  nail  on  your  pinky.       Later,  I  was  in  this  one  area,  and  I  saw  a  squirrel,  and  then  another  and  another.  They  were  running  around  like  nuts.  Then,  I  saw  a  whole  bunch  of  sun  flower  seeds.  At  that  moment,  I  knew  why  they  were  there.  After  about  ten  minutes  I  saw  seven  squirrels.  One  was  on  a  rock  as  if  it  was  the  king.  Another  tried  to  pounce  on  me,  but  I  moved  away  just  in  time.  Then  I  had  to  go.  As  you  can  see  it  was  extremely  fun  exploring  that  beach.