Twilight Sparkle is from the tv show My Little Pony. She is the main character of the show. She is has both wings and a horn. She is one of the princesses in Equestria, which is the land that they live in. She used to live in Canterlot city and now she lives in Ponyville. One of her personalities is studying about friendship and helping other ponies.
One of her traits is Risk taking. Twilight Sparkle is a risk taker because she and her friends go out of their comfort zone when they have to save Equestria. They would be happier to hang out together, but sometimes they have to fight villains.
Another trait she represents is thinking. When she doesn’t know the answer to a question, she thinks about it and remembers. For example, when she thought the elements of harmony were in the labyrinth she was surprised. But when she used her thinking skills, she retraced her steps and realized that the elements of harmony were in one of her books all along!
There’s one more trait she also represents, and that is being confident. Twilight Sparkle is very confident when she studies friendship. Before she became princess, she had to take a test by protecting the Crystal Empire. When she was in doubt, her Dragon Spike helped her save the empire. At the end and she passed her test.
Twilight Sparkle, although she is a make-believe cartoon character, teaches us lessons that can help in real life. She shows many traits of being a successful learner. We could all try to be better risk takers, better thinkers, and better at being confident
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.