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Unicorns aren’t real although I really wish they were. Many years ago a Greek historian invented a legend about a rainbow-horned creature. They are very majestic creatures that live in the forest by the waterfalls.
There once was a creature that the scientists called the giant unicorn. It doesn’t look as cool as the ones in fairy tales. Unicorn horns can bring dead things back to life and cure sicknesses. Ancient unicorn horns are actually narwhal teeth, northern traders were able to pass them down as unicorns and they were sold for large amounts of money.
Unicorns are the national animal of Scotland. There one was coin called the unicorn that was worth 18 shillings Scotts.
What’s your favourite legendary or imaginary animal?
Hi, my name is Morgan.
I’m 12 years old.
My favourite animal is a unicorn.
I have a dog named Tory, and a cat named Spartacus.
I am a self taught artist. I have been drawing for almost 3 years.
I’m also known as the royal unicorn trainer in my teacher’s make believe land, Smarthlandia.
I have been going to Brooklyn Elementary for 8 years.
My favourite colour is blue.
I am a vegetable hater.
My favourite fruit is watermelon.
I’ve been horse back riding for 7 years, but still get put on lead but that’s okay.
I’m fine motor challenged, and I have autism spectrum disorder. That means that my brain thinks differently than my classmates, but its mild.
I’m a self taught gymnast. I know some gymnastics moves.
I go to a choir for people with different disabilities, and strengths, and I really like it.
By Morgan from Ms. Smith’s class.