Its October, my father’s birthday month so today I am going to tell you about my most awesome, fantastic, bold and kind of bald father. My father is, well if you look at him you would not see a muscular superman standing there but if you get to know him he will be your fastest … More My Papa
Today I am going to tell you my views on a topic that my mom and I have been discussing for some days now. Mom says its a very common discussion so here is what I think – Kindle Vs. Physical Books. I think there are two types of book readers, E-book-readers (EBR) and Just-normal-book-readers … More Reading Habits
This week I learned how math is so easy like 2 digit multiplications, short fast divisions, adding fractions, & Bla-di-Bla. But today we are going to understand Fraction Multiplication. Its verrrrrrrry simple, extra! extra! emphasis on verrrrrrrrrry! The person who made it simple – well wait – the persons who made it easier for … More Life of a 5th Grader – Learning Fractions!
“What was that?”, I thought My mind racing for the answer I sought. Was the thing really ‘IT’? No, no! It just doesn’t fit! I was skipping on the beach, When I spotted a whale I couldn’t believe my eyes But ofcourse, they could never fail! I rushed to call my mother, But … More Surprise on the Beach
Its been three whole years since I started blogging and I can’t imagine how the time has flown by. But its not only my site or my number of likes, it is also me, who’s grown! Now that it has been three years of writing and sharing my experiences I feel different from that first … More Siddipolis Turns Three!
Here is my review of the book ‘The Boy in a Dress’ by David Walliams. The story starts with a family of three – Dennis, his elder brother and their father. Dennis is very different from others, in fact from the whole place. He even likes a girl, Lisa, who is two years elder to … More Book Review – The Boy in a Dress
Freedom, what does it mean? If you put some thought to it, you may find that the meaning of freedom changes from time to time and person to person. … More Changing Meaning of Freedom
I am almost 100% certain that when I grow up, I will look at these pages and laugh. “Old times, how good it was, only to get homework.”, I would say. But for now, since I am not old yet, homework is not ‘Only‘. It gets on my nerves, it irritates me too much, makes … More Life of a 5th Grader – Homework is Ruining My Childhood
Most “best buddies” are of similar age and spend a lot of time together. I am different. My best friend, Jay Tiwari, is 5 years elder to me but is still my best friend. Jay is very helpful. He is always taking my side while playing and during fights. He looks out for me like … More My Best Friend
Everybody who doesn’t understand the importance of a good pen, welcome to my world. I mean, as long as there is ink I can write with any pen. My classmates are always going on like “Oh! I have such a smooth pen!” and “Oh! his/her pen is so nice!”. I was writing with a … More Life of A 5th Grader – Much a Do About Nothing