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  1. Kyle

    It Helped me a lot
    I wrote a POEM INSIDE MINE
    Here’s the poem:
    Oh,
    4 – leaved clover
    4 – leaved clover.
    Making my
    wish come
    true.
    Oh, clover
    so rare to be
    found.
    Has magic!
    The clover
    is in my
    heart.
    Every,
    Saint Patricks
    Day,
    We look for
    you.
    Everyone,
    wishes you are
    in their backyard.
    I,
    imagine
    the
    4 –
    lea –
    ved
    Clovar
    as a
    weed
    with
    4 leaves.

  2. Sarah Dowling

    Just an FYI. The four-leafed clover has nothing to do with St. Patrick’s Day. The shamrock (trefoil) is used as a religious symbol to define the Holy Trinity – three into one, not four. A four-leafed clover is not a shamrock.

  3. I am 9 years old in 3rd grade this is super easy even though this is never what my art teacher would give us because every time he gave us something easy he asks us if we traced we tell him no but he does not believe us so he started to give us something harder and starts walking around to make sure we did not trace. So he told us last Tuesday that he would like us to free draw something and bring it in this coming up Tuesday with papers that we would like art maret points for art work that we did in class and our free draw paper.

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