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  • eeyore365
    eeyore365 added a new comment in
    I want this book so I can learn a lot of facts. Everyday, we have this chalkboard that we write a "cool fact of the day" on, so I think that this would be perfect for it. I LOVE National Geographic books, too. They have so much information and are really fun to read. I really like to learn about random things so I can teach the facts to other people.
    About 3 years ago
  • eeyore365
    eeyore365's movie review was featured in Finding Dory.
    This movie is probably one of my favorites. It starts out with a little fish named Dory (with adorable pink eyes) who suffers short-term memory loss. This movie is memorable because through the movie there's flashbacks of Dory's life as a baby while she is trying to find her family in the aquarium/rescue center. This movie has some new characters, including Hank the octopus, Destiny (Dory's pipe buddy), and a lot more. The movie is about Marlin and Nemo getting separated form Dory while trying to find her family. Dory meets Hank, an octopus that desperately wants to escape the aquarium. She has flashbacks throughout the movie, getting her closer to finding her family. When she finally gets to the place where she used to live, she has a flashback about her using rocks to get home, and her accidentally getting sucked down a pipe and getting lost. I don't want to spoil the movie, but it has a great ending.
    About 3 years ago
  • eeyore365
    eeyore365 added a movie review.
    This movie is probably one of my favorites. It starts out with a little fish named Dory (with adorable pink eyes) who suffers short-term memory loss. This movie is memorable because through the movie there's flashbacks of Dory's life as a baby while she is trying to find her family in the aquarium/rescue center. This movie has some new characters, including Hank the octopus, Destiny (Dory's pipe buddy), and a lot more. The movie is about Marlin and Nemo getting separated form Dory while trying to find her family. Dory meets Hank, an octopus that desperately wants to escape the aquarium. She has flashbacks throughout the movie, getting her closer to finding her family. When she finally gets to the place where she used to live, she has a flashback about her using rocks to get home, and her accidentally getting sucked down a pipe and getting lost. I don't want to spoil the movie, but it has a great ending.
    About 3 years ago
  • eeyore365
    eeyore365 added a new comment in
    the games aren't just about math, though. they're actually really fun!
    Over 4 years ago
  • eeyore365
    eeyore365 added a website bookmark.
    The founders of the site describe it as 'an amusement park of math and more - especially designed for fun, fun, FUN! - and they are right.  It not only covers all the math conce...
    Over 4 years ago
  • eeyore365
    eeyore365's movie review was featured in Inside Out.
    This movie is probably one of the best family movies I've ever seen. One of my favorite things about the movie is because all the things inside you (according to the movies), match up with things in the real world. For example, when Joy and Sadness are in dream productions, they see a person yelling out things that happened today to Riley so they can make a dream based off of it! It's so cool. To the point now. I don't want to give the whole movie away, but Riley has a happy life in Minnesota with her Mom and Dad. The emotions inside her (Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Anger, Fear) make mostly happy memories. Her personality islands are hockey, family, goofy, friendship, honesty islands. Then, her family moves to smelly, dirty, rotten San Francisco. Sadness, Fear, Anger, and Disgust go crazy with bad memories. On top of that, the moving truck got lost in Texas and nobody can find him. After that, Joy and Sadness get sucked up in the tube to long-term memories. They have to find their way back and save Riley before she does the worst thing of her life!
    Over 4 years ago
  • eeyore365
    eeyore365 added a movie review.
    This movie is probably one of the best family movies I've ever seen. One of my favorite things about the movie is because all the things inside you (according to the movies), match up with things in the real world. For example, when Joy and Sadness are in dream productions, they see a person yelling out things that happened today to Riley so they can make a dream based off of it! It's so cool. To the point now. I don't want to give the whole movie away, but Riley has a happy life in Minnesota with her Mom and Dad. The emotions inside her (Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Anger, Fear) make mostly happy memories. Her personality islands are hockey, family, goofy, friendship, honesty islands. Then, her family moves to smelly, dirty, rotten San Francisco. Sadness, Fear, Anger, and Disgust go crazy with bad memories. On top of that, the moving truck got lost in Texas and nobody can find him. After that, Joy and Sadness get sucked up in the tube to long-term memories. They have to find their way back and save Riley before she does the worst thing of her life!
    Over 4 years ago
  • eeyore365
    eeyore365 has watched this movie.
    Over 4 years ago
  • eeyore365
    eeyore365 added a movie review.
    Not to be mean, but this is probably the worst movie I have ever seen. Although it for toddlers, it has the worst plot. This movie might be suitable for 1 month years olds, who don't even watch movies. This was made before Frozen, but overtime I see it (with little sister), I always think of Frozen. In this movie, Dora really doesn't do anything. She's not the main character, despite the title. I would recommend this book to... anyone who can't see or hear! :)
    Over 4 years ago
  • eeyore365
    eeyore365's movie review was featured in Despicable Me.
    This movie is about a "villain" named Gru. He can't compete with another villain named Vector, so he adopts 3 little girl orphans (one who's obsessed with unicorns). Gru attempts to break into Vector's lair using the girls. The girls sold robot cookies to Vector so the robot cookies could steal the shrink ray from him. Guru achieves his goal to save it, but finds that something is more important. You learn a very good life-lesson from this movie. My favorite part is when Agnes (one of the adopted girls) gets trapped in a spiky coffin, and everybody thinks she's dead because red liquid is squirting out. When they open it, it turns out that Agnes was just holding fruit punch, and it spilled. It was a "laugh out loud" moment. I would recommend this movie to all ages!
    Over 4 years ago

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