I am Mars, and I have a lot to say today! Do you know that it is 2070 going on? My friend Earth is so unstable to sustain life that there are no humans left on it. You might be wondering where your future friends might be living. That’s when I come into the picture. The scientists of 2022, 2023 and so on till 2068 ran many tests on me and made me compatible for life. Now they are in the process of bringing all 7,577,130,400 people from Earth to me. Earth is almost like it was 4.54 billion years ago. But here, people litter me so much, and sometimes I can’t tolerate it anymore. Now I understand all the hardships that Earth has faced. However, she was always calm and nurturing, and now she is fiery and furious.
In a boarding school, we have no lunchbox, but we have canteens there. That place was a place for showing affection, having fun, and interacting with teachers. As the head chair of my table, I must make my juniors eat the food properly, ensuring discipline and no wastage of food. When I became the head chair for the first time, it was a tough job to make my juniors eat properly, Sometimes, they did not like the dish, or the taste was too bad. Once I broke down, I was tired of the tantrums, but a senior made me realize that I was like them; when I was a junior. Today, I share and tell them that they eat little but everything! This lesson would be remembered all the time. Gaurangi Rastogi Grade-VII A The Doon Girls' School
Ms Aishwarya Kalia Ahuja TGT English Ahlcon Public School I am an experienced English teacher. Alongside teaching, I enjoy writing. I've also authored research papers and published poems. I've a keen interest in research which is always leveraged in analyzing learners' language needs. An Illusionary Friend (Poem Based on the value of the month of May - Hope) An ingenuine crowd always around, But I talked to an illusion and the voice reverted sound: "Everything'll be fine one day", "You'll also see a sunshine ray" Illusion was optimistic, if it sustained, And this was how my hope maintained Echoes were growing familiar And set off a voice which I always wanted to hear. Was this smart cookie an acointier? It (so -well- knew-me) triggered in a brief encounter. Why did it only linger in the twilight? Was it an elf who sank into the obscure eyesight? And it was growing so intimate, When I closed my eyes, it dwelled and dominate. Finally, I trans
I would like to thank My Good School, Sandeep Sir and Sukhpreet Ma’am for allowing me to explore space through Slooh. It has been an exciting experience exploring Slooh through live telescope s. It is like a dream come true for me. I learned many different things about stars, galaxies, nebulas and planets. I have many interesting observations, and one of the exciting observations is about Neptune. This planet has winds reaching 1300 mph, an extensive storm system similar to Jupiter's GRS, and a faint ring system. Neptune's largest moon Triton is sometimes visible. We can go on missions and explore specific celestial objects through the live telescopes in Slooh. Slooh also helps us to know more about space through guides and quests. By exploring directions, we can know more about a particular celestial object, and through quests, we get tasks to capture and explore space. After completing that task, we reflect on our findings and learnings and earn a badge! I have earned three t