HALL OF FAME MATCHING WINNERS ST. PATRICK'S LIMERICK CHALLENGE

The following Blake students are the top-ten champions of the Teacher Book Matching Contest. Through much insight and perseverance they were able to quickly match a teacher's favorite book with a clue containing picture of the teacher. All of the below listed students will be sworn into the The Blake LMC Teacher Book Matching Hall of Fame during an upcoming special induction ceremony. They will also receive a Blake LMC Teacher Book Matching Hall of Fame Certificate, suitable for framing.

Here they are, along with their winning times:

1ST PLACE - LEX LANGER, 4.5 SECONDS

2ND PLACE TIE - KATIE MANNING, 4.8 SECONDS

2RD PLACE TIE - GRACE KEENE, 4.8 SECONDS

4TH PLACE - MAX SOLOMAN, 5.0 SECONDS

5TH PLACE - ARYAV YADAPADITHAYA, 5.7 SECONDS

6TH PLACE - BRADY NICKERSON, 6.2 SECONDS

7TH PLACE - SADIE ROTHSTEIN, 7.1 SECONDS

8TH PLACE - LILY KEEFE, 7.7 SECONDS

9TH PLACE - RILEY BRYSON, 8.O SECONDS

10TH PLACE - BUNNY32152, 8.5 SECONDS - HELP US SOLVE THE MYSTERY OF OUR 10TH PLACE WINNER. WE HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO DETERMINE THE PERSON'S REAL NAME, WE ONLY KNOW HIS OR HER QUIZLET USER NAME, WHICH IS BUNNY32152. IF YOU ARE THE PERSON OR IF YOU KNOW WHO THIS MYSTERY WINNER IS, PLEASE LET THE LMC STAFF KNOW. OTHERWISE, WE WILL HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO INDUCT THE RABBIT.

MRS KNOTT'S ST. PATRICK'S FUN LMC CONTEST

TWO WAYS TO WIN - WRITE YOUR OWN LIMERICK OR FIND THE HIDDEN LMC SHAMROCKS!

What's a limerick you might ask? Well, a limerick is a humorous poem consisting of five lines. The first, second, and fifth lines must have seven to ten syllables while rhyming and having the same verbal rhythm. The third and fourth lines only have to have five to seven syllables, and have to rhyme with each other and have the same rhythm.

Sounds confusing, how about an example?

“Little Miss Muffet

Sat on a tuffet,

Eating her curds and whey;

Along came a spider,

Who sat down beside her

And frightened Miss Muffet away

Yes, Little Miss Muffet, which we all remember from childhood, is actually a limerick.

Here's another one:

There once was a turkey named Chummy, Mom thought that he might be quite yummy. He waddled away On Thanksgiving Day -- But still ended up in my tummy!

Have some fun, bring your limerick to the LMC, and win valuable prizes to boot!


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