June 15, 2014 | By suhayra23xpr |
stardome by suhayra Wn friday the 30th we went on a bus to a school trip to stardom. We went with half of room 8,room 17 and room 6.The entrance was amazing. paragraph 1 When we went in the helper took us to the light bright
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by suhayra & Sharlena where are snails found? well, snails are found all around the world. The easiest way to find them is by tracking down there trails. The only place that you won’t find them in antarctica. by suhayra