Showing posts with label Fish. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Fish. Show all posts

Monday, May 19, 2014

Ladies and Gentlemen!!!  Announcing, Announcing! There appears to be a serious Shark Threat near Cubicle 2278! Our security cameras seem to be focusing onto the almost-always-invisible Office Shark! As we all know, only when Shark is severely hungry, lonely or anxious for a victim does it become at all visible.

Nevertheless, Shark appears to be resting quietly in the hall.

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...Uh oh...Quiet now, don't make even a simple electronic sound. Leave all bits alone!
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Wait! What's going on here? Shark is sniffing at the cubicles. Oh My Gosh! Thank goodness we empty the building at 10:00 o'clock.  What??? The Office Empty Checker is ill?
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Oh my Heavens! Shark has figured out how to open the cubicle door. That's impossible! Aren't they all locked for the night?

I HEARD YOU THE FIRST TIME. SO THE CHECKER IS ILL! IS THAT AN EXCUSE OR WHAT?
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Stay Calm everybody.  It looks as though there is nobody in the cubicle, 

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Oh thank you, Spirit Winds, the office is empty; Office Shark is obviously mistaken....Whew!!!

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Wait a minute!!!  Somebody just uploaded an instagram from an iPhone... And there's a message...
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"nice, sharky, sharky, nice sharkky...
H E L P ! ! ! "

Monday, April 1, 2013

Friday, January 8, 2010

More Fourth Grader Fish Creations

Sooner or later we will get a chance to see everyone’s fish, and I wouldn’t want you to think that the only creations we appreciate are those fish who look, well, a little un-fishy. Here’s a sweet little beauty, who could become an almost iconic Museum of Modern Art fish.

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Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Welcome to the Fourth Grade (Assignment: Create One Fish)


Welcome back to class, Boys and Girls,

You have done a wonderful job during recess on the assignment to Create One fish. Here's an example of a very interesting prototype. Amazingly, the various spikes and whatnot do not deter this fish from swimming or eating or breathing. We shall see about its reproductive abilities later in the year.
 
Example Fish
 (temporarily residing in the Denver Acquarium-4th graders were on a field trip)
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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Welcome to the Fourth Grade! (Speaking of Fish)

Hello Boys and Girls,

Today we are going to be creating fish. We have been studying the various requirements for a successful fish, and your job this recess is to Create One Fish.

Rules:

1. You may create anything you like that still qualifies as a fish rather than a non-fish.
2. It must not eat everything in sight, or there won’t be enough other fish to go around.
3. Similarly, it must not be easily preyed upon and eaten.
4. You may use any fins, strings, colors, appendages, densities, self lighting systems, lacey pieces, gils, courting rituals, scales, behavior systems or anatomical proportions so long as you create a reasonably happy fish.

Now go out and play.