We learned different lessons, but the one I like best is science. This subject is very interesting. I understand it well. When the teacher is in class I sit upright and listen to what the teacher is saying. We read as many books as we can. Whenever there is no teacher in class everybody is busy reading and doing some corrections.
My favorite thing I learned at school this week: I have learned that the Kenana sugar factory is the largest factory in the world and it is found in sudan. I learned that sugarcane is grown within most parts of the tropics. I also learned that coffeee grows in Kenya and Ethiopia and that coffee has two types: Arabica and robusta.
My favorite thing I learned at school this week is that Rwanda was colonized by Belgians. The area of Rwanda is 26,338 kilometers squared. I also learned a simile: "as poor as a church mouse."
My favorite thing I learned at school this week is maize grows in Kenya and Tanzania and coffee grows in Kenya and Ethiopia. Also sisal grows in Kenya and Tanzania.
My favorite thing I learned at school this week was about soil erosion, sisal grows in Kenya and Tanzania, and bananas grows in Kenya and Uganda. Bananas are a staple food in Uganda.
My favorite thing I learned at school this week was how to say hello in Portuguese and how to support people with special needs. During social studies lessons I learned that bananas are the staple food for Uganda.
I learned about promoting people with special needs. People with special needs are those people who are visually impaired, physically impaired, and mentally handicapped. I also learned that crippled people need wheelchairs and crutches, and we learned about poor orphans, the fatherless, and widows. Christians support these people in many ways because Jesus said to care for people with special needs. In the mathematical side I had learned about how to find the area and circumference, and about pi. It is very important for me to think about all of the things I learned this week.
My favorite thing I learned at school this week: I learned about agriculture and realized that agriculture is the backbone of human life. There are two main types of farming: subsistence farming and commercial farming. Subsistence farming is the keeping of animals for mainly the purpose of income and satisfying the needs of the family.
My favorite thing is education. It is good to learn and understand. I learned many things in school about the coming of Europeans to Eastern Africa. They were explorers. The first two men to arrive to Eastern Africa to look for Dr. Livingstone were John Speke and Henry Morton Stanley. They were sent by the Royal Geographical Society to look for Dr. Livingstone.
This week I was happy because we learned many lessons and the whole week everybody was happy and excited.
I like learning at night and daytime. I like learning mathematics. I like mathematics because it is the easiest subject.