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I would respond to Johnny's "show and tell" by saying, "That is a nice pumpkin Johnny, I think it
would be a great idea if we all created a pumpkin patch." I would ask the children questions to learn
how much they know and what they want to know about pumpkins. I would ask the children what
holiday makes them think of pumpkins, what foods you can make with pumpkins, do they want to
know how pumpkins grow, what colors do leaves turn, what's inside pumpkins, and if they would
like to make their own pumpkins. I would list what the children know about pumpkins and some
questions they may have.
Pumpkins and Dramatic Play. In the dramatic play area children will get to take turns working at the
snack shop. In the snack shop will be bowls with different ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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For social studies the children will get to learn about the parts of a pumpkin. I will ask them what
they know about the outer layer of a pumpkin. I will tell them the outer part is like skin, it protects
what is inside. I would go on to tell them that the stem was attached to the mother plant, and is just
like our belly buttons. I will also tell them that the seeds can be used to make baby pumpkins. As I
am telling the children about the parts of the pumpkin I will place the parts in Ziploc bags so that
they can examine them. I will answer their questions and then go on to explain pumpkins life cycle.
I will let the children put together a life cycle booklet. I will already have the pictures printed and
labeled. The children will put them in order and then color them to create the
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Response To Pumpkins And Dramatic Play
Halloween
Throughout the U.S, significant holidays are celebrated, and for many, Halloween is one of the most
favorable. Every year, 65% of Americans decorate their homes and offices for Halloween. Being
such a unique holiday, many will make Halloween into a month long celebration by doing fall
themed activities. This includes carving pumpkins, going to haunted houses, eating lots of candy,
and bonfires. Halloween is one of the oldest, most celebrated holidays on Earth, and it brings out the
inner child in all of us. First, we must look back to the birthplace of Halloween, Ireland. Halloween
is believed to have originated from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light
bonfires and wear costumes to scare off spirits. This is why to this day, children and even adults
wear costumes on Halloween. Whether its DIY or store bought, costumes are one of the main
elements of Halloween. However, in the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as
"All Saints' Day", a day to honor all of the celebrated saints and martyrs. Gregory kept some of the
traditions of Samhain, and made the night before All Saint's day "All Hallows' Eve", which later
became known as Halloween. Perotta 2 Over time, Halloween evolved into a grand, community–
based event centered around child–friendly activities, such as trick–or–treating. In many countries
around the world, as the days grow shorter and the nights get colder, people continue to usher in the
winter season with gatherings,
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Response To Pumpkins And Dramatic Play
Life Cycle Of Pumpkins : Goals And Objectives Essay
I
Lesson/Unit Title Life Cycle of Pumpkins
I. Goals and Objectives
A. Lesson Goals
1(a), 1SEI(a) What are the goals for this lesson?
Students will be able to recount the cycle of a pumpkin.
Students will organize cycle stages in a group.
How do the lesson goals integrate with unit goals?
The goals focus on how pumpkins grow
Why are the lesson goals suitable for this group of students?
Students are learning about pumpkins and they'll learn how the grows from see to plant.
B. Lesson Objectives
1(a), 2(b), 2(d) What are specific behavioral objectives that meet lesson goals?
Students will be able to describe how a seed turns into a plant.
C. Curriculum Frameworks Standards Addressed Science: Life Science –K–LS1
–2 (MA). Recognize that all plants and animals grow and change over time.
English Language Arts: Key Ideas and Details –MA2.
With prompting and support, identify the main topic and retell key details of a text.
D. Technology/ Resources Needed 2(a), 1SEI(a)
Content Resources (books, articles, speakers, handouts, community resources, etc.) Software/Web
Resources (CD–ROMs, DVDs, URLs, etc.)
Book "Seed to Pumpkin" by Jan Kottke
Life Cycle of a Pumpkin worksheet by shipshapefirstgrade.blogspot.com Hardware (computers, TV,
DVD player, etc.)
Other media, video, satellite, etc. E. Levels of Critical Thinking 2(b), 2(d), 2SEI(b)
Check all that apply
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Response To Pumpkins And Dramatic Play

  • 1. Response To Pumpkins And Dramatic Play I would respond to Johnny's "show and tell" by saying, "That is a nice pumpkin Johnny, I think it would be a great idea if we all created a pumpkin patch." I would ask the children questions to learn how much they know and what they want to know about pumpkins. I would ask the children what holiday makes them think of pumpkins, what foods you can make with pumpkins, do they want to know how pumpkins grow, what colors do leaves turn, what's inside pumpkins, and if they would like to make their own pumpkins. I would list what the children know about pumpkins and some questions they may have. Pumpkins and Dramatic Play. In the dramatic play area children will get to take turns working at the snack shop. In the snack shop will be bowls with different ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For social studies the children will get to learn about the parts of a pumpkin. I will ask them what they know about the outer layer of a pumpkin. I will tell them the outer part is like skin, it protects what is inside. I would go on to tell them that the stem was attached to the mother plant, and is just like our belly buttons. I will also tell them that the seeds can be used to make baby pumpkins. As I am telling the children about the parts of the pumpkin I will place the parts in Ziploc bags so that they can examine them. I will answer their questions and then go on to explain pumpkins life cycle. I will let the children put together a life cycle booklet. I will already have the pictures printed and labeled. The children will put them in order and then color them to create the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Halloween Throughout the U.S, significant holidays are celebrated, and for many, Halloween is one of the most favorable. Every year, 65% of Americans decorate their homes and offices for Halloween. Being such a unique holiday, many will make Halloween into a month long celebration by doing fall themed activities. This includes carving pumpkins, going to haunted houses, eating lots of candy, and bonfires. Halloween is one of the oldest, most celebrated holidays on Earth, and it brings out the inner child in all of us. First, we must look back to the birthplace of Halloween, Ireland. Halloween is believed to have originated from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to scare off spirits. This is why to this day, children and even adults wear costumes on Halloween. Whether its DIY or store bought, costumes are one of the main elements of Halloween. However, in the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as "All Saints' Day", a day to honor all of the celebrated saints and martyrs. Gregory kept some of the traditions of Samhain, and made the night before All Saint's day "All Hallows' Eve", which later became known as Halloween. Perotta 2 Over time, Halloween evolved into a grand, community– based event centered around child–friendly activities, such as trick–or–treating. In many countries around the world, as the days grow shorter and the nights get colder, people continue to usher in the winter season with gatherings, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Life Cycle Of Pumpkins : Goals And Objectives Essay I Lesson/Unit Title Life Cycle of Pumpkins I. Goals and Objectives A. Lesson Goals 1(a), 1SEI(a) What are the goals for this lesson? Students will be able to recount the cycle of a pumpkin. Students will organize cycle stages in a group. How do the lesson goals integrate with unit goals? The goals focus on how pumpkins grow Why are the lesson goals suitable for this group of students? Students are learning about pumpkins and they'll learn how the grows from see to plant. B. Lesson Objectives 1(a), 2(b), 2(d) What are specific behavioral objectives that meet lesson goals? Students will be able to describe how a seed turns into a plant. C. Curriculum Frameworks Standards Addressed Science: Life Science –K–LS1 –2 (MA). Recognize that all plants and animals grow and change over time. English Language Arts: Key Ideas and Details –MA2. With prompting and support, identify the main topic and retell key details of a text. D. Technology/ Resources Needed 2(a), 1SEI(a) Content Resources (books, articles, speakers, handouts, community resources, etc.) Software/Web Resources (CD–ROMs, DVDs, URLs, etc.) Book "Seed to Pumpkin" by Jan Kottke Life Cycle of a Pumpkin worksheet by shipshapefirstgrade.blogspot.com Hardware (computers, TV, DVD player, etc.) Other media, video, satellite, etc. E. Levels of Critical Thinking 2(b), 2(d), 2SEI(b) Check all that apply ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. Tuesdays With Morrie Rhetorical Analysis "We can leave the mountain anytime we want but those with ALS are prisoners in their own body"– Alex Williams. People with ALS start losing their ability to move as the disease goes through their body. In the Book Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom Morrie Schwartz has ALS and he tries to give away all of his wisdom before he dies. Morrie teaches people to live life through showing love to family, not hiding or being scared of aging and accepting that Death is natural. The first lesson Morrie teaches is that showing love to family is most important. Morrie says the family is the main foundation and we should love them because we never know when we could lose them. A wise quote from Morrie that proves we should show love for family is "The fact is, there is no foundation, no secure ground, upon which people my stand today if it isn't the family" (Albom 91). I agree with Morrie that family is the main foundation in life. Family will always help each other out any way possible so it is important to love family members.An example from my life is there was this one time I needed money for something I needed and I didn't have no money. So then my uncle ended up helping me out because it was important and family helps each other out when in need. The second lesson Morrie teaches is that don't be scared of aging, it is a natural thing. Morrie accepts aging because he is at that point in his life that he needs help moving around because he can't do it by himself especially with ALS. A wise Quote from Morrie that proves not to be afraid of aging is " Its very simple. As you grow, you learn more. If you stayed at twenty– two, you'd always be as ignorant as you were at twenty–two. Aging is not just decay, you know. Its growth. It's more than the negative that you're going to die, it's also the positive that you understand you're going to die, and that you live a better life because of it" (Albom 118). I agree with Morrie as a person gets older, they get wiser from experience that they learned over the years. I am not afraid of aging I learned How to accept it as a natural thing that everybody goes through. I noticed that I have gotten taller, stronger and I have noticed my deeper voice it's all a part of growing up. one ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 9. Mrs Grindstaff Character Analysis Mrs.Grindstaff is a secure base for not only all her students but other kindergardeners as well as her previous students. Mrs.Grindstaff is a very popular teacher that is always available for students. Students approach her constantly as mentioned in the book to communicate affection, share stories, and and are happy to see her. From observing I could tell that many of her students have a secondary attachment towards Ms.Grindstaff as she is there safe haven and as stated in the book by theorist John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth it is perfectly normal. Her students feel very comfortable with Ms.Grindstaff however not so much with other kindergarten teachers when they do rotations. While I was observing I noticed students personality types as well as what type of learners they are. For example I would consider Finnegan as a insecure learner. The book states " Insecure learners tend to be stressed, easily excited and anxious" Finnegan stresses academically and gets excited easily with small things. I would also describe her classroom B1 as equal mixture of resilient, overcontrolled and undercontrolled personalities. A clear example of student who is undercontrolled would be Shay. Shay is energetic, impulsive, active, assertive and finds it hard to concentrate. (6.2) He is constantly rocking his chair, talking to other students, and constantly gets asked to refocus by Mrs.Grindstaff. I believe all her students are good fit since Mrs.Grindstaff creates an environment for highly ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. Annual Halloween Hollow Speech 35th Annual Halloween Hollow WHAT: Dress up in spooky fun costumes and make your way out to enjoy the largest Halloween event in Mokena this year at the 35th Annual Halloween Hollow. Your whole family will have a hauntingly good time during this three–day Halloween event. You and your kids can participate in ghost town games, ride horses, experience the scarecrow laboratory, seek out some thrills on the carnival rides and enjoy a relaxing hayride. Stop by the stage for live entertainment, paint and decorate pumpkins, shop for fall decorations at the monster market, check out jugglers and a live animal show and indulge in holiday treats at the freaky food court. There will also be tons of contests to participate in, including a pumpkin decorating ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... WHERE: Wilmette Public Library: 1242 Wilmette Ave., Wilmette WHEN: 10–11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 15 Dear Franks WHAT: The classic Chicago hot dog will always be a favorite go–to food for adults and kids alike. Bring the kids out to Dear Franks, a restaurant that specializes in the no–nonsense hot dog. While your favorite ballpark food is their speciality, they also serve hamburgers, Italian beef, stir fry and salads. There's something for everyone to love at Dear Franks. Your little ones will love the kids menu where they can pick from hot dogs, cheeseburgers, grilled cheese and chicken tenders. Each kids meal comes with fries and a drink. http://dearfranks.com/ DIG IN: The restaurant offers new food specials daily. Check out what we had to say about them here. http://www.glenviewlantern.com/hot–doggin%E2%80%99–it–north–shore WHERE: 2841 Pfingsten Road, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. Halloween Traditions In America Halloween is one of the most celebrated holidays in the world. It has a different meaning other than being scary. It's celebrated in many countries, and in different ways. It's also not an American started holiday. Halloween was created because the Irish celts thought the barrier between ghosts and spirits had gotten really thin, releasing "weird creatures with unearthly powers." The holiday was made to scare away see monsters and "avoid demonic ridicule." They had costume parties to scare away these monsters, they thought they saw. There are few traditions in America but of them are greatly celebrated. During only the 20th century is when all of the traditions were really popular. Today many people have costume parties or go to them. Playing tricks is also part of Halloween, not just for April 1st any more. Giving out candy is a big part of these American traditions. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It was the Irish celts that had the crazy idea for Halloween, it makes sense that we call them jack o' lanterns. Trick or treating was enjoyed by the celts and children. The Irish still have a few different traditions like a card game where they would flip over a card and get a prize like fruit cake. European celts also celebrated it for a while but France hadn't really celebrated it. They thought of it as an American holiday and quite unknown in France until 1996. Many other countries also celebrate Halloween. These countries are Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Czechoslovakia, England, Germany, Ireland, Sweden, Korea, Japan, Spanish speaking countries, and America. Some of their traditions are kind of odd but America still has some weird traditions to. In Hong Kong, people would burn fruit and money. Back in older England, children would make make punkies out of large beetroots which they would carve, like we do with pumpkins, and run through the streets singing the "Punkie Night Song" and ask people for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Synopsis Of The Summer Spring Seasons That time of year is here. The weather has begun to change from the blistering July heat, to the cool evenings of September. There is no longer the need to flip channel after channel on the television to find something to watch since it is finally football season. The vivid green leaves are beginning to fade out and become different shades of brown, orange, and red. Leaves begin to fall from the upmost branches of the tree and float their way down to the ground. Kids gather around to collect the fallen leaves and jump into the enormous pile created by doing the chore of raking. Taste buds begin to water as the thought of warm cider and sweet pumpkin pie comes into the picture. The ladies begin to get out their favorite sweater, pair of jeans, and boots to wear out as the cooler nights approach. While every season has its own sense of wonder, autumn is the best one of them all. The paramount of this season is the plethora of activities that go on in a short amount of time. From the end of August to November, you can almost catch every high school kid on a Friday night in a stadium decked out in latest costume related to that game's student section theme. Whether it's a tacky tourist uniform or your American patriot, you can always see an eye–catching outfit. After their years of experience of high school football, the real test of dedication comes to the Saturday games. Tailgating before the games is the excitement that brings everyone together. Leading into late ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Pumpkin Eater Analysis It is interesting to notice how Sandra Cisneros uses the image of pain in her dramatic monologue "Pumpkin Eater" to show how the narrator's husband drastically pushed the narrator to an extent. She became sick of their relationship, growing numbness to the pain that he makes her face. Sandra Cisneros writes "Pumpkin Eater", based on a nursery rhyme called "Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater'. The hidden meaning of the nursery rhyme is that there is a cheating wife, who is murdered by her husband, then hid in a pumpkin shell, because he couldn't hold control of her. This poem gives the same vibe of the meaning that the nursery rhyme gives out. The difference between this poem and the nursery rhyme is that the narrator's husband is the one who can't be held in control of. The wife felt trapped in this predicament with her husband where I assume as if she felt useless because her effort on fighting for him wouldn't make a change to his actions. She uses terms such as anarchist, machete, and trouble, making a statement as if she is convincing herself that she is not an advocate of such things and it is her reason for bringing up Saint Lucy, in order to convince herself (and readers) otherwise. It is implementing a soft, angelic tone that contradicts being rebellious and fierce. She says, "I keep inside a pumpkin shell. There I do very well. Shut a blind eye to where my pumpkin eater roams"(ll. 19–22). The pumpkin shell is the narrator safe place, where she acts naïve when the pumpkin eater, her husband, is running around with other women. The husband is referred as the pumpkin eater because even though he not physically killing her like the nursery rhyme, he definitely is killing her emotionally. The narrator says, "I'm no hysteric, terrorist, emotional anarchist"(ll. 16–18), referring to how she going to let him go about his business without being an emotional crazy wreck, nor feeling the need to have to call him in the middle of the night while he out. It's interpreted that each stanza in this monologue is an explanation of her current predicament; convincing her husband that she is not the one in their relationship that is being unfaithful, "I'm not the kind of woman who telephone's in the middle of the night, who told ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Literature Review: Overview Of Pumpkin CHAPTER 2 LITRETURE REVIEW 2.1 Pumpkin 2.1.1 Overview of pumpkin Pumpkin is one of the economically important vegetable in the world which is native to North and Central America (Whitaker and Bemis, 1975). Pumpkin belongs to genus Cucurbita of family Cucurbitaceae, generally considered to consist of melons, cucurbits and pumpkins. (Toetia, 1992). There are three common species of pumpkin worldwide: Curcurbita pepo, Curcurbita maxima, and Cucurbita moschata (Whang et al, 1999). Each species consist of several variet¬ies, which differ in shape, color, and chemical composition. Pumpkin is grown throughout tropical and subtropical countries (Dutta et al. 2005). The world production of pumpkin in 2013 is approximately 24 million tons and China, India, Russia, United states, Egypt are the major pumpkin producing countries ( FAOSTAT ,2013). Almost all parts of the pumpkin are edible including fruit, seeds, leaves and flowers. Pumpkin fruit is the major edible part of this plant which is considered as cheap source of carotene. It is a nutritive vegetable. Besides their nutritional value, pumpkin has proved various health benefits which draw attention such as antidiabetic, antihypertension, antitumor, immunomodulation, antibacteria, antihypercholesterolemia, intestinal antiparasitia, antiinflammation, and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The shape can be an elongated cylinder, oval, flattened, globular, heart–shaped, and/or tapering to a curved neck on one or both ends. There are 3 color patterns in pumpkin fruits as light or dark green with or without longitudinal white lines or stripes toward the apex, minutely spotted white and green, and orange, white, cream or flesh white. The rind can be smooth, warty, wrinkled, or/and have shallow to deep longitudinal ridges. The flesh of the pumpkin is sweet and can be variable in color and thickness. Seeds are flattened, ovate – elliptical in shape and dark brown to black or creamy white in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 21. Pumpkin Pie Vs Traditional Baking The fall season is fast approaching, its time to whip out your home cooked meals and treats for the kids. You go for the classic pumpkin pie just like grandma's homemade recipe. However, what happens when this simple recipe take a turn for the worst, instead of grandma you get a wicked witches brew. Creating the best pumpkin pie includes gathering all natural ingredients, using correct mixing techniques, slowly cooking it a heated oven creating an aroma of sweet thrills that passes through the nose, and the most important part of baking adding TLC (Tender, Love, and Care). However, leaving the pie in the oven for too long, using ingredients that are questionable for freshness, and baking when you are prone to forget safe baking aspects will ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... When prepared correctly, it generates a nostalgic feel for adults who have a sweet tooth and do not prefer eating Halloween candy. Producing a premium pumpkin pie includes gathering all natural ingredients, using correct mixing techniques, slowly cooking it a heated oven, creating an aroma of sweet thrills that passes through the nose, and adding TLC (Tender, Love, and Care). A crunchy golden graham cracker crust surrounding a glossy marigold colored pie, and a comforting fragrance of cinnamon and ginger creates a homey atmosphere. Pumpkin pies should be moist and smooth, easy to slice with your fork with little to no effort with a warm pie filling. Baking pumpkin pie or any type of dessert should not be for yourself, it should be for the people you love. (Very best baking by Nestle. "LIBBY'S® FAMOUS PUMPKIN PIE". RECIPES BAKE SALE – DIVERSE DESSERTS LIBBY'S® FAMOUS PUMPKIN PIE. 30 Oct. 2016.www.verybestbaking.com) When you think of pumpkin pie, you think of Thanksgiving and fall time. It is the time when the family should be truly important, when you're all together at one table after a great meal snacking on some pumpkin pie talking about the old times and the times to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. Famous Dinner Research Paper The Famous Dinner Party The food is made, the table is set, the room is decorated with turkeys, leaves, and pumpkins. Perfect for thanksgiving. The whole room smelled like turkey, ham, and pumpkin pie. " Mmm, it smells great in here," said Harry, as he walked through the big brown doors of the great hall. " Thanks Harry, I'm so glad you came, but why are you here so early?" I asked. " What do you mean I'm here early? I'm right on time, it's 4 o'clock. Where is everyone else?" He asked. "Thanksgiving dinner doesn't start until 5 o'clock. You must have read the invitation wrong." I answered. "Oh, whoops. I guess I can help you with whatever else you need to do before everyone else gets here," Harry offered. " I already have everything done, but you can keep me company while we wait for everyone to get here," I suggested. " We are still waiting on Taylor, Cole and Donkey." They sat down at the table and waited. " I can't believe I'm back at Hogwarts, it feels like only yesterday that I got sorted into Gryffindor," he said. They waited some more until finally, " I'm here!!!!!!" screamed Donkey as he barged through the big brown doors, " Let's get this party started. I'm starving," " Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but we still have to wait for Cole, and Taylor to get here," I explained. " Ughh" groaned Donkey. * * * Finally, Cole and Taylor got there. " Hey guys, How's your thanksgiving so far?" asked Cole. " It's great! ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. The Great Pumpkin Research Paper In Search of the Great Pumpkin Like crimson coloured leaves, pumpkin spice lattes and rainy days, the quest to find the perfect pumpkin is a treasured fall ritual. Dippning temperatures and shorter days can only mean one thing. Halloween is just around the corner, and consequently it is time for the annual trek to the local pumpkin patch. This year I decided to don my gumboots and head to Southlands Heritage Farm. Naturally, I had an image in mind of the pumpkin I was seeking and was excited to carve out some fun. After all, I was thinking ahead to how my finished jack o lantern might look. With thoughts of grandeur I arrived at the community farm and with great anticipation I pushed opened the gate and entered the apple orchard. Bright orange ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. New York Holidays There are many holidays to celebrate, for example Christmas, Hanukkah, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Valentine's day, Easter,and a few more, but i'm just going to go over a few of them. On Christmas, the most enormous holiday of the year, there are many things to enjoy. Who doesn't like waking up to gifts under the Christmas tree? There is also all of that delicious hot chocolate to drink. And amazing food to eat such as ham, potatoes, and the chocolate bars in your stocking. And who doesn't like to sit down, relax and listen to the Christmas songs? Don't even get me started on decorating the Christmas tree, all of the stunning lights, the fascinating ornaments, and the sparkling gleaming star on top. Just hope you don't knock it over! Ok, who likes snowball fights? I mean, on Christmas you have giant amounts of snow, why not have a good old snowball fight? And if you are in Hawaii or Florida or some other place that doesn't get snow, you're missing out on the fun. I would suggest moving to New York, they have so much snow they can't keep the streets clean in winter. So to Florida, we send our regards. Wait, there's supposed to be a point to this paragraph? Well, uh, kids, don't give Santa a hard time, keep your Christmas list short. You could also say the same about Halloween, one of the most well known holidays to celebrate in the USA and Ireland. Who doesn't love a good scare at a haunted house? You get to eat all of the delicious sugary candy, the Snickers, Milky Ways, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Essay On Thanksgiving Thanksgiving is a day family and friends have a traditional meal including turkey. Thanksgiving is always held on the fourth Thursday of November every year. It's a very special holiday when everybody comes together as a family to cook, enjoy, and bless the food, but also to enjoy each other. In 2015, I had a special Thanksgiving Day dinner that left me full of joy. On Thanksgiving Day every year, my family and I normally rent a building that's twenty–minutes away from my house. The building is located in Church Point, Louisiana. It is a Community Center at the park. The inside of the building is huge. It has a kitchen area in the back of the building. Inside of the kitchen it has a large island and cabinets stuff full of pots, pans, and utensils. We had two long tables in the back by the kitchen to put the food on. The deejay is placed in the front by the entrance. Between the kitchen and the deejay were chairs and tables placed for people to eat their food. There were placed a variety of tables that came in different shapes and colors. As I walked around the building, I noticed yellow, brown, and orange tables. The chairs had chair covers on them that were the same colors of yellow, brown, and orange, which are colors that you would see in November that had different meanings. Yellow is the corn, brown is the turkey and orange is a pumpkin. As Thanksgiving Day approaches each year slowly, my family and friends are on their way to Louisiana. Most of my family are from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. The At The Wyoming Valley West Middle School The engagement in activities is a very special part of being human. According to (framework), activities are defined as "Actions designed and selected to support the development of performance skills and performance patterns to enhance occupational engagement" (AOTA, 2014, pg. S30). My group and I recently had the honor of completing two different activities with the life skills students, at the Wyoming Valley West Middle School in Kingston, Pennsylvania. The activities that we completed with the children were pumpkin painting, and completing a Halloween mask. The purpose of these activities were to show how an Occupation Therapy practitioner can work with children who have intellectual and physical disabilities, and understand their emotional and social needs, in a classroom setting. The environment played a key role in the completion of both activities. According to the OTPH–3 an environment is defined as "External physical and social conditions that surround the client and in which the client's daily life occupations occur" (AOTA. 2014, pg. S12). The first major inhibitor regarding the physical environment was that fact that the children were not placed in their normal classroom. Due to a recent mold issue, the students of the Wyoming Valley West Middle School were unexpectedly asked to move to the Wyoming Valley West High School. Since neither the students, nor the teachers were familiar with the classroom, they had a difficult time finding items such as paper towels. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Bountiful Seasons: Nature's Wonders Essays Bountiful Seasons Have you ever noticed how we're always ready at the end of summer for fall, or how we're always ready at the end of winter for spring to arrive, yet we're never quite ready for spring or fall to end. There is something special and intoxicating about spring and fall. Spring ushers in a new beginning or a rebirth, while fall is the harvesting of our spring labors. Spring like fall is an explosion of our senses, each very different, and we are able to take in these various bounties by sight, smell, and taste. The wonder of spring is the awakening of new life. The previously barren trees are bursting with fresh, glossy, green leaves. The recently thawed ground is blossoming with bright red tulips, royal purple ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Fall is the bounty of spring, the harvesting of our labors. The ravenous tree branches will begin shedding themselves of their leaves, which will quietly tumble onto the quickly cooling ground. The bright orange pumpkins, now ripe for the picking, hay bales stacked, and sunflowers in full bloom. The red delicious and green granny smith apples are ready to be plucked and baked into the first pies of the season. The squirrels busy themselves collecting food to be harvested and stow it away as winter is soon to come. The ground once lush, green, blades, now blanketed with fallen leaves of golden yellow, bright red, and orange. The days have given way to longer nights, and the warmer days are now cool and crisp. The air is thick and green. At night you can smell fresh cedar wood, fireplaces burning, and hear the cracklings of bonfires in the distance. Inside you curl up in your favorite chair, wrapped in the warmth of a fleece blanket, next to you a simmering, sweet cinnamon and pumpkin candle. In your hands a 1902 copy of Turn of the Screw, which you found at an old book fair. The sweet smell of those century old pages is intoxicating, and the story, strange, and sinister. You think there is nothing like a good ghost story to chase away the October chill. As October quickly passes, the spring bounties are harvested happily for the Thanksgiving feast ahead. Your basket is full to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. What Was The Atmosphere Like During The Filming Of This... What was the atmosphere like during the filming of this movie? I don 't know if it 's just the Canadian people, but they were really kind and welcoming. I thought maybe it was just a Hallmark thing, but I think it 's a Canadian thing. Everyone smiles or laughs. Just a very pleasant atmosphere. The director {Steven R. Monroe} was always making a joke. He 's a very funny guy. Then we had a great executive producer, Michael Larkin, who was the overseer to make sure everything was going in line. Once in awhile he would step up and put his two cents in, but everyone seemed to work really well as a team. I felt really supported from the network all the way down to the smaller PA 's who were just starting out. Vancouver seems to be so busy that they 're willing to train practically anyone to be a PA. So everybody from the top to the bottom made me feel at ease. I loved it. So is baking something you do in your spare time? No, I don 't. I 've baked before, but I 'm not really a baker. I think the best dish I can create is crepes. 14670803_10157580098765313_1468886230967201090_nWell, you played this guy that definitely seems to know his way around the kitchen, so I was just curious. That is not my field. I can make a good smoothie. But they did teach me how to crack an egg with one hand. That is now my "go–to." If anybody asks, "Can you show me something?" Give me an egg, and I 'll show you that. Are there any interesting behind–the–scenes stories you 'd like to share? ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 37. Personal Narrative Essay : Halloween : My Memories Of... I tend to think a lot about the past holidays with my parents and siblings. Growing up as a kid in my hometown of Tennessee, left me with some very priceless memories that I will never forget. I remember Halloween the most out of all them. How the trees around our home changed colors and shed leaves at the same time. Where I could find pumpkins everywhere and the smell of wood burning filled the air. I remember riding my bike around just before dark, in hopes I'd see all the new creepy decorations being put up in my neighborhood. It was the best feeling riding my bike up and down the spooky streets with my buddies on a cool October night. It was my dad's favorite holiday and he was very traditional about celebrating it. He would take me and my brother every year to a certain pumpkin patch. I never knew when he would take us, It was always a surprise, but sometimes I just had a feeling. We would make our way through the town square and I would immediately notice the huge inflatable pumpkin on top of the small building. It was a symbol to me, that Halloween is almost here. I had seen some of the biggest pumpkins I have ever witnessed in this place, some bigger than me. When it came down to choosing which pumpkin to come home with, I let my dad choose mine most of the time. The best part was sitting in the living room and carving them together. There was nothing better than watching a horror movie in the dark, with the exception of
  • 38. the orange Halloween lights my mom strung up around the fireplace. I remember a fake ugly witch that sat in the middle of the lights, on top of the fireplace mantle. When the sensors were on , it had red glowing eyes and an uncanny laugh when provoked. My mom was obviously in charge of most of the inside decorations that involved some source of electricity or batteries. I also cant forget the tradition of making caramel apples with my mom, as she so desperately encouraged me and my older brother to help make, that I quite honestly could have gone without. I despised apples or any fruit for that matter. There were plenty of times my friends would come over and spend the night with me. We would go outside to the back of my house and travel into the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Halloween Research Paper The days are growing a bit cooler here and there and autumn is right around the corner. Now is the time to start planning for your Halloween themed paint and sip events. Keep in mind that parents are now looking for safer alternatives to trick or treating. A family event that celebrates the season and offers a safe place for kids to gather candy and have fun may be the perfect way to reach out to the community and bring in new customers. Elements of a Halloween Paint and Sip Event There are several steps you need to take to plan a paint and sip event for your store. You can implement a few of these ideas, or use all of them. Decorations To set the scene for your Halloween themed parties, pick up different sizes of pumpkins from your local pumpkin patch. Since you're ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Gather up some more pumpkins and teach the class how to create a pumpkin masterpiece with a bit of paint and a lot of creativity. Spook the Crowd One of the best parts of a "scary" evening is the ghost stories that are told. If you have young children in the crowd, keep the stories tame. If it is all adults, the stories can be a bit more frightening, of course. Hire an actor or two to portray famous Halloween characters such as Dracula or Frankenstein. Have them work the room as people work on their paintings and interact with the guests. For example, Dracula could say, "I Vant to see Your Painting." Get the Word Out You'll be competing with tried and true favorites of Halloween, such as the local haunted houses, hayrides and corn mazes. People love to try something new, especially if it is indoors on a rainy October evening, but you also have to get the word out about your events. Work together with local haunted houses and costume shops. They pass out flyers about your events and you pass out flyers for their business. You could also offer an exclusive coupon to their customers and vice
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  • 43. Halloween Informative Speech Do you want to know what you can do to make Halloween a fun time? Halloween is a holiday immersed in magic and pleasurable treats. It can be a marvelous and entertaining spectacle to see and enjoy. Hordes of children, adorned out in all kinds of costumes, are seen running through the neighborhood. But, this day is not there just for the kids, I really like seeing adults embrace their festive and creative sides, and take full advantage of this special holiday, this unique time to scare and for being scared. Unquestionably, Halloween is a time for exclusive parties, scary decorations, and spooky atmosphere. A great Halloween party needs Planning, Spooky Invitation, and Decoration. First, start to plan every detail, write down your ideas. You have to keep in mind what decorations you want to purchase, the varieties of food and drinks you need, what music best suits you, or other ideas that come to your attention. You must consider some activities and games for the guests to make them feel entertained. Some examples of activities that I used for my last year party are Mystery Box Game (the players are trying to sense with their hands what is inside of a dark box, items like eyeballs, bones, guts, and fingers. The trick to this game is that inside the boxes are everyday items that the players will need to try to guess the identity of), Guess Who Game (the guests will need to guess which Halloween character they've been designated by getting clues from the other party guests), Monster Freeze Dance (everyone dance while the music is playing but as soon as it stops everyone has to freeze. When the music stops anyone who moves is out of the game). If you can get some additional costumes for guests to share with the people who do not have or forgot to bring any. To complete a Halloween party, you need a costume contest! Think of what food and drink you want to serve. Find lots of Halloween food recipes in magazines, books, and the internet, just decide what you want. Some Menu ideas are Witches Brew(drinks), Bloody Intestines(pasta), Killer Chicken, Zombie Delights(sandwiches), Spooky Sweets (dessert). Prepares the audio system and places it in a place where music can be heard easily. Choose music, but also scary sound ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 45. Safe Halloween Tips for a Safe Halloween It's hard to believe, but Halloween is just days away. Here are some tips to ensure that your kids stay safe while creating some memories that they'll have for life: Make sure that the annual pumpkin carving doesn't end with a trip to the ER. Small children should never be allowed to use a knife to cut the pumpkin. It's best to let them clean out the pumpkin and draw the face, then you carve out the design that they made. If your kids are older, there are carving kits that come with small saws that work better than knives. The saws reduce the chance of cuts, but you still need to closely supervise them. Help your child pick out a costume that fits well and will be safe to wear. Verify that it's fire proof or treated with fire retardant. If they are wearing a mask, make sure that the eye holes are large enough for them to have good peripheral vision. If your kids are carrying props such as toy swords or ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... They won't be as tempted to eat any candy before you have a chance to check it. They should only eat factory–wrapped candy. Explain to your children the danger of eating homemade treats made by strangers. Use a flashlight while trick–or–treating to help you see and ensure others see you. Use reflective tape on costumes or bags to help drivers see you. If you have a child aged 3 or under, do not let them have glow sticks/necklaces. These items contain chemicals that although low in toxicity, will still cause stinging and burning, if ingested. Make sure that if your child uses one of these glow sticks/necklaces, they keep it out of their mouth. If your children are young (or not so young!), be sure they know how to cross a street properly. Between the excitement of Halloween and the sugar rush, trick–or–treating can quickly turn into a track meet. They should always look both ways before WALKING across the street and should also use crosswalks, whenever ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 47. The Great Pumpkin Comes Again Analysis The Great Pumpkin Comes Again! This is not a Linus fantasy sequence or a visit to the Twilight Zone. I?m referring, instead, to the annual eruption of pumpkin recipes that seems to overshadow the coming of fall and the holiday season, beginning with the eve of the Feast of All Hallows, or All Saints Day to Roman Catholics. It seems that every year the uses for this orange colored squash expands and diversifies. This year is no different. Don?t misunderstand me, I look forward to the annual visit of pumpkin donuts and muffins, courtesy of Dunkin? Donuts, as much as anyone, but now it expands beyond pumpkin flavored coffee into an evening cocktail. Pumpkin Horchata Mexican Horchata, according to the Gourmet Sleuth, is A refreshing cold drink ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Amanda Simpson is the author of a website and cookbook entitled Food Porn Daily. According to Ms. Simpson, the purpose of food porn is to get your (salivary gland) juices flowing ? whether or not the recipe is readily available. She accomplishes through high–resolution close–ups of artfully presented dishes. Regardless, one of her followers posted a recipe for Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls, certainly worthy of posting in this category. Another entry that should make this list of enticing, gluttony inspiring list of food indulgences is Overnight Pumpkin Monkey Bread with Maple Cream Cheese Icing, a combination, I?m sure, never haunted the scariest dreams of the actress ZaSu Pitts or he cook Ann King (credited with the invention of Money bread). This enticing confection, available on Barbara Schieving?s Barbara Bakes website, I wouldn?t mind adapting to my restricted diet. In fact, I am putting on my ?to do list? for my secondary blog, A Diabetic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 49. A Short Story : A Story? Several years ago, Tiffany and her mother were quite poor. They didn't have very much food and didn't have a very nice house. Their house was very rugged and the paint was peeling off the walls. Their house was a dark brown looking color and clothes were spread out all across the floor. Later Tiffany's mother sent her to the store with a bag of coins to try to get something to eat. This bag was old, dusty, brown, and had a basket like texture. This bag was tied at the top with a rubber band. It had the words " COINS " written on it in dark green letters. As Tiffany was leaving her mother told her to bring something good back. Her mother said this very hopefully. Along Tiffany's trip she come across a tradesman. This tradesman looked like he was an average man ( money wise ). He was wearing these dark brown clothes and his hair was all messed up. Tiffany felt quite scared. As she was walking by the tradesman saw her. He was thinking that Tiffany would be the perfect one to trade with him. " What you got there, miss " the tradesman said " A big bag of coins " Tiffany said very cautiously " Well i'll trade you these magic pumpkin seeds for that bag of coins " " What even is your name " she asked " George " " Oh ok " " What's yours ? " " Tiffany" Tiffany started thinking hard. She wanted the seeds because they were rare to find in the desert. She then thought it would be quite valuable so she decided to trade with him. Tiffany then headed home. As she was ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 51. Music : The Smashing Pumpkins The Smashing Pumpkins was one of the most influential bands in the 90's their timbre often fell under alternative rock. Musical preferences are formed at an early age, unknowingly the people in your environment help develop how partial you are to any genre. Growing up my mother, and older sister listened too very diverse, and progressive music. So majority of that exposure helped me at an early age identify what kind of "tone colors" I preferred making it easier to pick the type of music I liked. Alternative rock, Synth, Goth Rock, Metal, Pop just about anything with a beat is ok with me, but Alternative Rock, and Synth Pop are a theme to most of my playlists. Certain bands take you home, you go to that place in your mind, where its going to be ok, on a rough day that's all you can do to get by. The first cassette tape I ever received from my mom was a Smashing Pumpkins tape of their 1995 album Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness. This cassette got me through most of my young adult life up until now, your taught many coping mechanisms throughout life, I like to think that music is the most natural one. Billy Corgan grew up in Elk Grove, which was planned in 1956 in Elk Grove Township as a planned suburban community. Majority of the houses were built by Centex Corporation. As a part of the original concept, the village was to be home to separated residential and Industrial areas later becoming one of the largest contiguous Industrial parks in North America. The ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 53. Descriptive Essay About Mission Inn Hugo Munoz–Escalera Schachat English 1A 2 November 2017 The Mission Inn Walking the streets through Downtown Riverside, it's hard to miss the giant castle– esque structure that takes up an entire city block. The Mission Inn's Spanish architecture and lush green variety of trees and bushes can be seen from a mile away. Taking an aerial view of Downtown Riverside allows one to see what sets this entire city block apart. The tops of every building that make up the Inn are colored a foreign maroon red which greatly contrast with the rest of the city's boring gray rooftops. The structure makes a giant upside down horseshoe shape which is centered around a gorgeous sparkling pool, which itself is surrounded by a ring of greenery that encompasses the entire center of the U–shape. Behind the U are several "wings" that make up the rest of the Inn, which include rooms for guests to stay in and all of the other commodities that the hotel has for visitors, such as a museum filled with artwork and artifacts, and several different dining options. Before entering the ancient luxurious Spanish castle through the main entrance, one walks through walkways filled with rich shrubbery and plants that line the wall and the fence closest to the street. The entrance to the Inn lies behind the U–shaped driveway where guests can have their exotic cars valet parked. Entering the Mission Inn in Downtown Riverside during the night time was a breathtaking experience. Sounds of crickets chirping and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 55. Narrative Essay About Pumpkin Pie I remember the day when I found out what a pumpkin pie from the bakery of my street was made of before the bakery never existed. It was a dark, frigid night in November, close to the week of Thanksgiving. Before that night, I loved that pumpkin pie for its flavor, especially its smoothness. This thought completely changed that night. November 15th was the day. My little brother, Jeff, was craving for some pumpkin pie, and as usual, my parents being biased, forced me to go fetch up some of that mouth–watering pumpkin pie. I really didn't want to go, but I had to. I forced Jeff to go with me, not knowing the danger I'll get him into. I took my dog, Mickey, with me so I could feel safe on the street during the night. In the neighborhood I live, when the sun sets, dangerous people lurk the streets. All three of us walked casually to the end of the street. We could really smell the delicious fragrances of desserts and pastries such as the beignet, upside–down cake, cannoli, but most importantly, the pumpkin pie. From its crust to its filling, the pumpkin pie brought me in the bakery. I left Mickey outside, as per the "No Dogs" policy. Jeff and I were waiting in the lobby, waiting for someone to take our order. A few minutes passed, and I began to get annoyed. "Mistress, anyone?!" I yelled out. "Pumpkin pie?" Jeff questioned. No one seemed to come out. At first, I thought that the owner forgot to close–up or something, but I could swear I could hear some noise from the kitchen. I ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 57. Reflection On Community Work On October 20, my Visionary Volunteers group performed our 10 hours of community service for this project with the CommUniverCity organization. This organization focuses on bringing people from the city of San Jose and SJSU students together to help the community surrounding Downtown San Jose to become more sustainable and use more renewable resources. We volunteered and helped out at the Safe and Green Halloween Party which took place at McKinley Elementary School which is very close to our university. This Halloween party was based on the theme of safety on Halloween and being environmentally–friendly. I was there for the entire duration of the event from setting up to cleaning up. For setting up, I helped by cleaning trash off the school playground, arranging tables and chairs for the various activity booths, and decorating the playground for the event. One important thing which I learned here was that teamwork helps us to accomplish large tasks faster. I found out that teamwork helps me to become more social and meet new people. This makes the job more fun as I interact with others while performing my tasks. If I was working alone, I would not have enjoyed it as much as it would be more work for me. Also, I would not have had anyone to talk to while doing my work. This is why I enjoyed working with others to clear trash from the playground. Even though there were booths for various activities such as decorating pumpkins, recycling games, and various arts and crafts ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 59. The Smashing Pumpkins : An Early Age Of The Most... The Smashing Pumpkins were one of the most influential bands in the 90's their timbre often fell under alternative rock. Musical preferences are formed at an early age, unknowingly the people in your environment help develop how partial you are to any genre. Growing up, my mom, and older sister listened to a variety of diverse progressive music. So majority of that exposure helped me at an early age identify what kind of "tone colors" I preferred. It makes it easier to pick the type of music you enjoy the most. Alternative rock, Synth, Goth Rock, Metal, Pop just about anything with a beat is ok to listen too. I just observed that Alternative Rock, and Synth Pop are a theme to most of my playlists. Certain bands take you home, there's a sense of nostalgia that's associated with certain bands. For myself The Smashing Pumpkins take me to a place in my mind, where its going to be ok, on a rough day that's all I can do to get by. The reason being is I'm diagnosed as manic depressive with a bipolar disorder. Which means I suffer from a mental illness that is more common then most people realize. However, it is hard to talk about, your just different, and that's not a bad thing. Some days you feel like it is the worst thing in the world, and I've been taught many coping mechanisms to deal with myself. The first cassette tape I ever received from my mom who is also a lot like me suffering from depression as well, was a Smashing Pumpkins tape of their 1995 album Mellon ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 61. Pumpkin Lab Report By day one everyone should have brought in a pumpkin to start their experiment on. The first step is to take measurements on the pumpkin, they include weight (lbs.), waist (in), and count the number of grooves. All of the data found should be recorded into the table given. Following that we are to cut open the pumpkin, scoop out the inside, and begin to count all of the seeds found inside. After completing counting the amount of seeds you will record the number collected in the table as well. Once all of the data was collected from our pumpkins we were to share it with the other classmates so they could have all of the other data as well. The next day we began to carve our pumpkins in the designs each group chose. Later we would receive the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This conclusion has been made by interpreting r and r2 within the problem and comparing them with the other explanatory variables. First, "r is a measure of correlation between two variables", so this means the closer r is to one the closer the two variables relate. Also, "r2 is a measure of how well a regression line approximates the data points and a r2 of one indicates that the regression line fits perfectly", so again the closer this value is to one the better the correlation. In this we will be using the explanatory variables which are the weight of the pumpkin, the pumpkins waist size, and the amount of grooves the pumpkin has. The response variable is the amount of seeds each pumpkin has. The two variables that had the least correlation with the values being r=.5743 and r2= .3298 were the pumpkin's weight to the pumpkin's seeds. Next with the least correlation was the pumpkin's waist size to the amount of seeds with values of r=.5898 and r2=. 3479. Finally, the pumpkins amount of grooves and the number of seeds with values of r=.6751 and r2=.4558. The values of r and r2 show that the amount of pumpkin grooves is the best predictor of the amount of pumpkin seeds because it has values that are closer to one compared to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 63. My Favorite Time Of Year "I see the turning of a leaf dancing in an autumn sun, and brilliant shades of crimson glowing when a day is done". This quote by Hazelmarie Mattie Elliott describes what I see in a day of fall. The colorful leaves in the crisp cold air where the sun shines. My favorite time of year is Fall because of all the Pumpkins, and celebrating Halloween and I get to celebrate thanksgiving. The first reason why I like Fall so much is because of all the dazzling pumpkins. My favorite thing about pumpkins is Going to the pumpkin patch and picking out the perfect pumpkin. For me the perfect pumpkin would have a bold orange color, and it would be immense, with a perfect slender look. Me and my family have been going to a pumpkin patch every year since I was about 2 years old. During our time at the pumpkin patch my brothers and I always have a contest to see who can find the biggest pumpkin in the field, nevertheless this time I won, the pumpkin I found weighed 15 pounds and was really fat with a nice sheer matte orange color. When I saw this pumpkin, it was like a glowing spot light had appeared right over the pumpkin. Something very unusual my brother Alex had found in the pumpkin patch was a s medium sized pumpkin that was kind of shaped like a peanut, he had most definitely won the award for most weird pumpkin. Once we all came home with our pumpkins, we started to carve our glorious pumpkins because we are so excited to see how they would turn out. In like manner the design's that I ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 65. Halloween Story Of Halloween Once upon a time in Ireland, there was a man named Jack. One day on his way home from a party, after he had drunk too much, he met a demon. Frightened, he tied up the demon to a tree and drew the cross on it to restrain the devil. He told the demon: "If I let you go, you would have to help me to stay out of hell." They agreed to the deal, and the man let the demon go. When he died of old age, he could not go to Heaven because of all of his sins–from excessive eating to drinking and lying. When he was falling to Hell, he remembered the deal he had made with the devil and called on it. The demon came and helped him by throwing its flame at him. The man used a turnip to store the fire and therefore, did not fall into Hell. However, he could not go to Heaven either. He wandered about and survived by the flame from the demon. Now, the pumpkin replaced the turnip because pumpkin is easier to carve, and pumpkin carving became a fun activity on Halloween. That was a beautiful Halloween story to explain the holiday. In Buddhism, we compare carving and hollowing out the pumpkin to emptying all our irrationality and prejudices to free ourselves and bring out the light of the True Mind. On Halloween, we also put on costumes. This custom also originated from Ireland and spread from Europe to America. It has become commercialized and differed from the original form. The tradition of wearing costumes on Halloween started with the belief in demons who went door to door asking for people's ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 67. A Child 's Development On The Early Childhood Classroom Essay It is clear that play is an intricate part of a child's development. Nearly every milestone a child accomplishes between the ages of 6 months to 5 years of age, play is how the interpret what they see and hear, and incorporate everyday adult activities in to imaginative play, to mold and shape the characters of their personalities. Like Vygotsky theory, "Children are practicing what they have learned in other settings or are constructing new knowledge, it is clear that play has a valuable role in the early childhood classroom." Olivia turned four years old, on September 29, 2012. She is a very intelligent and precocious child, who does want to be the center of attention, but also knows when she has done something wrong. She is not an only child. She has a brother, Kevin, but it she was unclear in when asked if she had siblings. When asked if she had any brothers or sisters, she said, "Yes, but they are my cousins." It was not until Ms. Liz, the teacher, who overheard my asking Oliva if she had siblings, chime in and say, "You have a brother Olivia, what about Kevin?" "Oh, yeah I have Kevin as a brother," Olivia replied. She gave me the impression that because I was not asking about her, she was not interested in talking about her brother. Olivia said that she lives with her Mommy and Daddy, and that she always sees her Aunts and cousins. This led me to believe that her family is close, and involved with one another. Olivia is a very attention–seeking child, and likes to be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 69. Personal Narrative There I was, walking through the tall wooden door that laid open in front of me. I am about to work what seemed like, the longest seven hours of my life. The bright ceiling lights were shining in my exhausted eyes from a long day of school. As I prepare to punch in my seven–digit number into the register, I could smell the overwhelming scent of pumpkin in the air. Just as I thought, Dairy Queen has now started the bright fall orange seasonal blizzard, The Pumpkin Pie Blizzard. I can just taste the cinnamon in my mouth that is watering over the smell of the pumpkin spice. As the dull gray register spits out my receipt showing that I have clocked in at 3:55 P.M., I look over to the red entrance doors. I can hear an enormous roar, a stampede of customers swarming in like bees that have just been bothered by an enemy. I look at my co–workers and whisper, "Get ready for busy day.". I stay cool and relaxed and lay my hands on the cold register ready for the busy day that we are about to face. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I reach over and grasp the torn, green paper that dangles from the customer's hand. While in mid reach, I tap the change button hearing a subtle ring coming from the register. I am scrambling for change as fast as possible, so I can have the customers move right along so they could go back to their regular day. After taking the customer's order, I slam the drawer shut, and I drop the change in the customer's desert hand, and finally closing the conversation by telling them to have a nice day with a positive tone. Then off to the next customer in line I go. This constant rush continues for hours on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 71. Mr. Pirzada's Cultural Identity Throughout Lahiri's narrative, a Bengali man named Mr. Pirzada comes to eat with Lillia and her family. As the story progresses, and Mr. Pirzada becomes especially significant to the little girl, and his presence allows Lillia to realize and understand her cultural identity as an Indian American. Pumpkins, leading up to and on the night of Halloween, are symbolic for cultural identity in this short story. Upon an unspecified day in October, Mr. Pirzada notices pumpkins distributed throughout Lillia's neighborhood. Asking Lillia about the alien vegetables, Mr. Pirzada has never seen them before. The next day, Lillia's mother buys a ten–pound pumpkin. When she tells Lillia to decorate it with a marker, the girl refuses– Lillia wants to carve ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Pirzada agrees with the girl; "Asking no questions, he walked into the kitchen, opened a drawer, and returned, bearing a long serrated knife. He glanced at me for approval" (35). Instructing Mr. Pirzada on how to create a "proper" jack–o'–lantern, Lillia observes that he is able to carve well. During the creation process of the jack–o'–lantern, news concerning Dacca, Mr. Pirzada's hometown and the dwelling of his family, appears on the television. Slipping from his hand, the knife makes a gash, ruining the otherwise perfect pumpkin. When Mr. Pirzada carves the jack–o'–lantern, it is as if he is simulating what it is like to be an average American, something which he is not, by creating a jack– o'–lantern, a quintessential part of American Halloween. When he is reminded of his true identity, of Dacca and of Bangladesh, his otherwise perfect pumpkin becomes blemished. This occurrence represents how one cannot deny their identity, that it is a part of them which affects the way in which they act and the feelings that they feel. For Lillia, a perfect jack–o'–lantern represents an average American, and when a non–American screws up the carving process, this shows that one cannot take up an identity which is not their ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 73. Pumpkin Patch Research Paper Welcome children, adults, elderly and people of all ages in between to Jade's Extravagant Pumpkin Patch! Here we feature the most beautiful activities of fall. Today is the perfect day; the breeze is slightly dancing around us, while the sun is slightly peeking through the clouds and all you need is a light jacket! At my pumpkin patch we offer every fall activity possibly imagined in one place. First I will start you off with my top of the notch pumpkin patch. In previous years we have grown the biggest pumpkin in Iowa weighing in at 175 pounds! My guests are allowed to pick the perfect pumpkin for them, and the amount is unlimited! After you are done at the pumpkin patch take a gander over at our corn maze. This features a map along with hidden treasures buried in the stalks of corn, enter if you dare. If you make it out of the corn maze wander down to our haunted house, unless you would like to wait until after dark! Be ready to run for your lives from terror! If you make it our alive come inside and get some hot chocolate before you head out to our nightly bonfire, which features ghost stories in the dark. This will be the perfect fall day! My first essay, "'Till My ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... We have white pumpkins, orange pumpkins, purple pumpkins, and pink pumpkins for all my girly– girls out there! I hope you brought your carving skills with you because we will be carving them inside to the building on your right! During this time we will feature my fourth essay, "Dunkin' Donut". My topic was a Halloween costume that was made to look like donut, yet incorporate a basketball player. I hope after you are done reading this essay you to will want to go home and make yourself a dunkin' donut costume for next years Halloween! Make sure you follow the steps in order, because you cannot carve a pumpkin without taking the guts out first; you cannot make a donut costume without going in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 75. X-Rated Pumpkin Carve Essay If a couple's intercourse life or a man's own solo events has grown a touch stale, one simply wants somewhat of creativity to place the spice again into the bed room. Guys could make this easier on themselves through getting encouraged by means of what's round them – on the moment, the surroundings–in of fall. Plentiful masturbation and lovemaking are traditionally primary for sexual health and overall wellness, so it's fundamental for guys to be mindful of when matters don't seem to be as excellent as they would be, and to take the time to strengthen the expertise. Check out these extremely good autumnal intercourse recommendations for exciting new occasions, whether or not with oneself or a companion. X–Rated Pumpkin Carving typically ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For the artistically–inclined couple, taking their cue from nature right here can lead to a few very sensual, messy and colourful time with one a different. Treating their bodies as blank canvases, partners can use physique paint to each create artworks on one one more's our bodies and to stimulate each other with each and every brush stroke. Fall–Flavored Lube while flavored lubricants, or things no longer honestly made for use as lube reminiscent of meals items, will not be best for associate intercourse, they is also a satisfactory addition to oral when the girl is performing. Pumpkin pie filling and whipped cream can also be enormously pleasing add–ons of oral sex for both the giver and the recipient. Just be certain to clean off any nutrition before inserting into the vagina if intercourse is to follow. Bedroom upgrade On a cool fall night time or morning, one of the most satisfactory places on the planet is below the covers. And a couple can make that specific location even higher with the aid of utilising a mattress that is the proper firmness for each partners and – chiefly foremost – investing in the softest, coziest comforter they are able to to find. This comforter should be so comforting that partners are not able to face up to coming into bed a bit prior, and staying in it just a little later. Nothing adds to the coziness like wrapping fingers round one a different. The intimacy, comfort and additional time in mattress will probably outcome in additional
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  • 78. Essay on Compare and Contrast: Christmas and Thanksgiving Compare and Contrast: Christmas and Thanksgiving Holidays are always celebrated no matter religion, beliefs, or culture. Some are recognized more than others but none two are as highly recognized like the cherished Christmas and Thanksgiving holidays. The pair may seem vastly different, as they are two completely separate occasions, but in actuality they do share very similar attributes. Many of the similarities and differences are about to be explained, so here goes. Christmas like Thanksgiving believe it or not, do happen to share many traits. One major factor that the two own is the warmth and love of bringing family and close friends together. It's the few times a year that everyone has a reason to all gather around to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Like Thanksgiving, Christmas also has their main dish and it's a huge oven cooked ham that is complimented by very many side dishes but never the less followed up by the famous Christmas time eggnog. Both wonderful holidays put up magnificent feasts for family and loved ones to gather around and enjoy. Of course receiving gifts is nice, but only one of these two occasions to gifts get brought in the picture. Christmas claims the attribute as every year gifts are exchanged among family, friends, co–workers, etc. Every Christmas morning kids and adults alike rush to unwrap presents that are specially marked with their names on it. As where Thanksgiving takes a little different approach, no gifts but instead just grasp what you're thankful for. Being only one month apart in date, Christmas and Thanksgiving have two very different seasons. In November, when its considered fall, leaves have changed colors, the temperature has dropped some and the air brings crisp breezes. Often than not, you'll see hay rides being offered, corn mazes and folks not quite in their full winter attire. But when Christmas time rolls around snow has fallen, not a trace of leaves on the trees and a bit too cold for hay rides and corn mazes. This would be one month later, in December, where you will see town's people bundled up in their warmest winter gear, building snowmen or making snow angels. Two individual seasons that are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 80. Jack O Lantern Short Story My Life As Jack O. Lantern, By Emma Miller, Mrs. Fitz My life started out as a little seed in a bag. I was sitting in The Plant Shop waiting for someone to purchase me. A day later, I felt myself shuffling along the bag with all my sisters and brothers. I was placed into a much larger bag, with plants like roses, sunflowers, and there were even a container full of ladybugs! I could just barley see through the second bag though. We were headed towards a car, eventually we were put in the very back. The human started playing music on the radio. It was very loud for my little seedling ears. Finally, we made it to the back yard. It had many pumpkins, sunflowers, roses, dandelions, and much more. I was dumped into a shallow container with all my siblings. We were all being placed in little holes in the ground. First was Susie L. Lantern, second was Bob J. Lantern, and so on. Finally it was my turn. I was picked up by the massive human. I was placed into a very cozy hole in the ground. I stayed there for days and days. One day, I started to see the outdoors. I looked down, I saw green. It was me, I was growing! Finally I had achieved my goal of growing taller and taller, and bigger and bigger each day. I heard lots of voices, of humans wearing long baggy pants and a t–shirts. They were basically drowning all my family with water. One of the humans was a man, he was talking to his friends who were helping him. He was talking about me right in front of my face, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...