Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Spooky Stuff!




Halloween is coming up next week.  It is a spooky time of year!


Are you scared of spiders?


Are you scared of snakes?





Are you scared of thunder and lightning?




Are you scared of ghosts?



What scares you?

43 comments:

  1. I am scared of big dogs. One time while I was riding my bike when I was little, I got bit on my ankle. What scares you?
    Mrs. Levy

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  2. I am scared of roller coasters and monsters. One time me and my cousin rode on a big roller coaster. Suddenly a monster popped out of nowhere!
    It was very scary.
    Ariana R

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  3. "I'm scared of haunted houses. When I was four years old, I went inside a haunted house and guy who was all bloody popped out of a tomb and scared me"
    Noah Salkevich

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    1. Hi Noah,
      Have you been in a haunted house since then?

      Mrs. Levy

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  4. Big surf scares me the most. Every time I go for a swim in the ocean, I hope for calm seas.

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    1. Mrs. McEvoy,
      This is a big fear of mine too!

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  5. I am deathly afraid of being high on a latter. I am not afraid of heights, but being on a latter terrifies me. Last time I was on a latter was when I helped my grandfather replace a light bulb. I was so scared that I almost dropped the light bulb.
    Nicholas Kahn

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  6. I am not really scared of anything, but I am scared of black widows and them jumping out at me.

    Ryan Watson

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  7. I am deeply frightened by snakes. Once when I was in fourth grade, a snake snuck into my backyard and almost bit my little sister. I had to carry her away, and the snake attempted to bite me too. At outdoor ed, a baby snake also snuck on to my shoe and I freaked out and kicked it off my shoe into the bushes!
    Chris Gillhaus

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    1. Hi Chris, it's Baxter, your pen pal. I think that you helped your little sister is very nice.

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  8. I am afraid of spiders and thunder & lightening!

    -Taylor C

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  9. I am afraid of earthquakes. Little ones are alright, but large ones are scary. Hopefully there will not be one anytime soon!

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  10. I am frightened at the thought of my family dying. I love them so much. I don't think I could possibly cope with loosing them forever. I know they will die eventually, but I hope that won't be for a long, long time.

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  11. I am deeply afraid of driving on a freeway covered with ice. About a year ago my family and I were driving to Utah to ski at its designated mountains. On the way there the car had lost its traction on the road, causing the car to slip, and go off the road. The car almost went in a ditch, fortunately there was a boulder to stop the car from tumbling, and rolling. Thankfully the car took most of the impact, and no one got injured.
    ~Hannah Arabi

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    1. I am horrendously afraid of snakes. When I was little, I was walking to the front door of my house and a black snake, which came from a hole in the ground, came right at me. Luckily, my cousin shooed it off. The way snakes slither, hiss, and have long and slimy bodies sends shivers down my spine.
      - Denise Shapiro

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  12. I am afraid of mummies and monsters.
    -Grant

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  13. I am afraid of many things but the fear of snakes easily tops my list. I have never had a bad childhood experience with snakes but to me they are disgusting, dangerous, and unnatural.
    -EASHAN Sharma

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  14. Honestly, I am not scared of many physical things. I am scared by intangible things like failure and defeat. I am also scared of disappointing the people who depend on me.
    -Eden Moyal

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  15. One of the many things I am scared of is being lost. Many years ago I was in Disneyland and I walked off into a shop because something must of attracted me but I did didn't tell my parents so they just kept walking. About five minutes pasted and I had no idea where they went so I walked in circles trying to find them. Luckily I found my mom who was freaking out and she said "Never do that again!"

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  16. I am afraid of elevators. Usually people say its silly, but one time i was alone in an elevator to meet my parents on a different floor. I had no phone and no one with me and got suck for 2+ hours! Scariest day ever!

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  17. I have lots of fears. I am afraid of big and steep waves, mosquitoes and daddy long legs, sea animals when I can not see them, being trapped, and being alone in the dark. But my biggest fear is of modern day horror movies because they are very realistic and because of them I get nightmares. Now I have become paranoid that someone is watching me.
    - Andy Jones

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  18. While I have minor fears of equally minor physical things, such as horror movies, I mainly fear disappointing people. This includes my family and friends, myself, and the people who I haven't yet gotten to meet. I am worried that I'll die, like Pip almost did in Great Expectations, without having shown everyone how much I appreciate them or having done everything that I was capable of.

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  19. Though I have nearly no physical fears, I have a rather long list of intangible ones. I once prided myself in having no common fears like bugs or heights, but later on, my most prominent fears like confinement and rejection made themselves known and have greatly impacted my life.
    -Abby Barber

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  20. I admit to being afraid of big fish, most clowns, and even... mirrors and the occasional window, that story takes some explaining, but my greatest fears are more on the internal side. If I have to give my top three fears, l would have to say that they are loneliness, losing the things I love most, and not being my own person.

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  21. My worst fear is probably anything that lives in the ocean. This is actually really ironic because I love to swim.
    -James Ioannou

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  22. One of my biggest fears is snakes. I am scared because they creep me out and I know someone that was recently bitten. -Landon Ferris

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  23. One of my biggest fears is failure. I will sometimes not attempt a difficult task at hand if I am certain I will fail.

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  24. I am afraid of drowning. I absolutely hate the idea of drowning, and it scares me. I would hate not being able to breathe, even the thought freaks me out! -Krystal Gilbert

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  25. I have multiple fears. Some physical and some mental. I have a terrible fear of spiders, insects, and anything that crawls. I'm also afraid of the ocean (well, more of being lost or stranded in it). However, on the other side of the fear spectrum, I have a fear of failing, losing friends, and being an unpleasant person. Personally, my mental fears scare me more than my physical ones. -Dorian Saisse

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  26. Im horribly afraid of spiders. Their really freaky and I can't stand to be in a room with one of them. The way they have 6 legs freak me out!!!
    -Daniel Hakimi

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  27. I am scared being kidnapped. I can be very paranoid especially if I am by by self or with just me and a friend. I am also scared others could get kidnapped or hurt in the process. The thought is just very scary to me.
    - Kylie Okazaki

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  28. I'm terrified of seals. Every time I go surfing or am in the ocean I am on the look out. They always try to tap my board or brush against me and I don't like that.
    -Joey B

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  29. I am afraid of thunder and lightning because it can shock you. I am also afraid of Tarantulas, Blackwidows and Rattlesnakes.
    -Harper McLean

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  30. I'm afraid of Rattle Snakes because I saw one swimming in our pool one day. My Granpa got it out and it hissed and rattled at him.
    Brianna Fant

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  31. I am afraid of my family and friends being hurt. I have no real concrete fears.
    -Jessica Ross

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  32. My name is Baxter Banks. I am scared of paper cuts because they really hurt. And I am scared of King Cobras. My worst fear is jumping in the pool from a diving board 20 feet high. One time I did it from 3 feet high and I'm really scared of jumping from a higher one.

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  33. My name is Brady Stevens and i am scared of snakes. One time my mommy and i saw one in our pool. so scary

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  34. I am afraid of heights. I getting really nervous and scared when looking down when on a tall building. I am also really scared of someone breaking into my house when I am alone. The thought of this terrifies me.

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  35. Kayla "(your former student)"October 29, 2014 at 8:58 PM

    Dear Mrs. Levy,

    My biggest fear is snakes, spiders, and bees. I cannot wait till this Friday for Halloween! I can't wait to dress up in my favorite book character! For Halloween I will be dressing up as Dorthy for school and for Halloween when I go trick~or ~treating I will be a watermelon fairy!

    What are you and your students going to dress up as?

    If you're not dressing up then please tell me what your favorite part about Halloween is. It could be trick~or ~treating or it could be dressing up or getting free candy!

    Warmly,
    Kayla

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  36. I am scared of darkness. I am scared of Wreck -It-Ralph movie too.
    I am scared of the cars that run fast and might hit me.

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  37. Spohia S. (your other former student)November 13, 2014 at 6:18 PM

    Dear Mrs.Levy,
    I am not scared of snakes but I am scared of spiders but I am afraid of thunder and lighting, because it makes a loud shocking noise that startles me. It feels like someone is creeping up on my me and saying "BOO!" I am also afraid of being lost without my parents. But I always know they will come for me. What are you afraid of?

    Sophia Solis

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  38. Thanks for the comment and question Sophia. I am afraid of big dogs and big waves. I like to find beaches where the waves are not big and I can swim.

    Do you like swimming in the ocean?

    Your former teacher,
    Mrs. Levy

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