sidebar
Logo Top Banner
Home
slogan Alaska Timeline Alaska Kids About
Peer Work
Family & Community
History & Culture
Digital Archives
Narrative & Healing
Reading & Writing
Libraries & Booksellers
Teaching & Learning
Contact Us

  
Search Peer Work Only
Sign up for newsletter
  
Find us on Facebook
   ENews
   April 2011 E-News
March 2011 E-News
January 2011 E-News
September 2010 E-News
May 2010 E-News
March 2010 E-News
January 2010 E-News
November 2009 E-News
September 2009 E-News


Home  >  Peer Work
The Little Hunter
By Aaron Garcia
Genre: Visual Arts Level: Elementary K-3
Category: Student Examples

Kaitlyn Buskirk's maskOnce there was a little hunter that was going on his very first hunting trip. His parents and he were out of food so the little hunter wanted to go catch a bear for the meat.

He went to a snow cave looking for a grizzly bear. After he looked everywhere, he saw there were no bears in the cave, after that moment, a bear walked into the cave. The little hunter was really scared but then he threw a spear at the bear. The bear was still alive.

The little hunter threw big rocks at the bear and it was wounded. Then it ran off. The little hunter found the bear that he wounded at the snow cave. The bear was dead. He cut the bear up and brought the bear home. The little hunter's parents were so proud of him they threw a big feast and they ate the bear all up.

The End


Related Articles
»
We Make Masks!

 
About the Author: Aaron Garcia attends Willard Bowman Optional Elementary School in Anchorage, AK.
 

sidebar
  Contact Us       LitSite Alaska, Copyright © 2000 - 2014. All rights reserved. University of Alaska Anchorage.
University of Alaska Anchorage