"I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious" - Albert Einstein

Author: elisa.zhang

My Favorite

no ballet shoes in Syria is a important book for me, because 1st I dance ballet, 2nd ballet is my favorite dance, 3rd ballet changed my life.

Early Humans and us Thinglink project-community

Here is my early humans thinglink project about how did community influenced humans throughout history.


A new book copy


My first draft it has a lot of grammar mistake and past tense mistake, like is or was. Before I though my  topic is going to be Challenge Of Moving, but after I notice that moving is not a easy thing, you need to change a lot for moving place to place, house to house…., so I changed to challenge of change. I pretty like my final piece (and tittle)because I work on my mistakes and I finished my final piece!

my card board arcade game

my biggest successes was making the slingshot work, because is the part that didn’t really work well and we have to remake the part, but after is working pretty well.


one thing i would change is the theme because it look really awkward when  the grade 4 came innot alot of people came because the elephant looks weird.

my biggest obstacle is that painting because we made a big mess and we have to paint a lot.

where i am from

I Am From… 


By : Elisa Zhang 6-2


I am from a habitat that has cats  



I am from full size cat scratches  




I play with the furry blubbery gray cat that reminds me of stone colored my sofa 



The cat made me feel loved in my heart



that second quick yellow and black cat 



I pick them up when I was stressed out



I am from musical Austria and the spicy food of china  



From a different cat in different countries


A World that have to have cats





I am from a family that speaks a lot of languages 



From the Zhang family and Pongratz family 



I am from a strong and active sporty family  




I am from everything for life on my desk  



from a family that doesn’t want to wake up for the early morning 



I am From a tiger mom that always says “GO TO BED IT’S ALREADY 10 O’CLOCK! ”  



I look at my phone but it’s still 8:30 




I am from food family



I am from eating spicy and hotpot family 



I am from a dad that cook so well that everyone love it



dirty water to clean water!!!

the left side is dirty water and the other side is we used our project to made clean water.

and this is our project, the right side one is the first time we made in classand the left side is the second time we made in class.

Movie on 9-9-19 at 1.10 PM and this is the video that we pour the bad water in the cup and it came out pretty good, is not very very clean but this is the best we can make.

the first one was working not really well so we add some more things and take some out so it worked out really well.

we used cups and duct tape, 2 different kind of cloth, 2 thick cloths, rubber band.

so then can help people make things easier and have more ideas.

my challenge is if the water came out dirty then we have to have more idea.

I think we can add more things that make the water more cleaner.


made by:Elisa, Jessica, Yinuo

three thing about me!!!



I hate to be lonely

i am a dancer

i am a cat person

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