Here’s something about the world the characters from this post are in!
So, in the story universe, everyone is born with some type of power that makes them naturally better at a certain thing. Like, if you had an animal-themed power, animals would love you and you’d make a great animal trainer or breeder or whatever, so most people focus on the things related to their power. Some are rarer than others, and some parents give their children names based on their power. An example of a very common power is plants, and a rare power is space.
The character’s themes are light, snow, music, plants, and space. Can you guess who has which power? OooOoOoOOOooo mysteryyyyy.
I’m not really back, because I never really make constant posts. But, um, hi if you’re reading this. Have you ever eaten an apple slice with peanut butter? Yes? Then you know how good that tastes.
Hey Rachelle, I hope you’re reading this, because I miss you. A LOT! Like, this much: ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— There. About that much is how much I miss you, Shelly Rachelly Jelly Bean!
Did you know that almonds taste really, really good? Cuz they do.
Animals are really, really cool! There are happy dogs, curious cats.. There are even wolves and zebras!
These are my top 10 fave animals!
Animals aren’t just ‘animals’, though. There are domestic, wild, and endangered. Domestic animals are fun, because they are easily kept as pets. Wild animals are my favorites because they live in the wild. Endangered animals… are sad to think about 🙁 Wild cats fall into the endangered category. So take a moment to think about them…
Okay, now imagine hugging a panda. PANDAS ARE AWESOME!!!
I made this game up, an these are the steps. (4 players limit.)
1.Get at least 2 pencils. You need as many pencils as players.
2.Set sheets of paper all over a table until the table is covered.
3.Get four crayons. Blue, yellow, red, green. Each player takes one crayon and makes a dot at one end of the paper. Have them write their names next to their dots.
4.Wet the tips of the pencils with water.
5.Ready.. set.. go! Race the pencils across the table-and paper-to the edge.
6.Dry off the pencils and look at the paper.
7.The two with the wettest and widest paper streams go to the bonus round.
1.Make sure the two winners have pencils with nothing on the erasers.
2.Have them each get a tissue and a rubber band or string of some sort and tie the tissue to the eraser.
3.If it is a rubber band, stick another tissue through it and wet one end. If it is a string, make sure it is hanging loose.
4.The two of them race the pencils. The straighter line wins!
And remember, with 2 players, there is no bonus round.