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E-Safety

I have a special secret

Whenever I’m online

I do not share with strangers

The things that are just mine

 

My email and my home address

My phone, my age, my name

These facts are just for me to know

On websites or on games

 

Instead, I use a nonsense name

As my identity

If strangers ask me for my name

I say, “It’s cyber-me!”

 

So when I want to surf the net

For places that are cool

I stay safe and just have fun

I always keep the rules.

E-Safety

I have a special secret

Whenever I’m online

I do not share with strangers

The things that are just mine

 

My email and my home address

My phone, my age, my name

These facts are just for me to know

On websites or on games

 

Instead, I use a nonsense name

As my identity

If strangers ask me for my name

I say, “It’s cyber-me!”

 

So when I want to surf the net

For places that are cool

I stay safe and just have fun

I always keep the rules.

 

 

E-Safety

I have a special secret

Whenever I’m online

I do not share with strangers

The things that are just mine

 

My email and my home address

My phone, my age, my name

These facts are just for me to know

On websites or on games

 

Instead, I use a nonsense name

As my identity

If strangers ask me for my name

I say, “It’s cyber-me!”

 

So when I want to surf the net

For places that are cool

I stay safe and just have fun

I always keep the rules.

 

The Snowky Pokey

(To the tune of Hokey Pokey)

 

You put your right mitten in

Your right mitten out

Your right mitten in

And you shake it all about

 

You do the snowky pokey

And you turn around

That’s what it’s all about

 

Repeat with

  • Left mitten
  • Right boot
  • Left boot
  • Woolly hat
  • Whole self

Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

 

Whose woods these are I think I know.

His house is in the village though;

He will not see me stopping here

To watch his woods fill up with snow.

 

My little horse must think it queer

To stop without a farmhouse near

Between the woods and frozen lake

The darkest evening of the year.

 

He gives his harness bells a shake

To ask if there is some mistake.

The only other sound’s the sweep

Of easy wind and downy flake.

 

The woods are lovely, dark and deep,

But I have promises to keep,

And miles to go before I sleep,

And miles to go before I sleep.

 

BY ROBERT FROST

E-Safety

I have a special secret

Whenever I’m online

I do not share with strangers

The things that are just mine

 

My email and my home address

My phone, my age, my name.

These facts are just for me to know

On websites or on games.

 

Instead I use a nonsense name

As my identity

If strangers ask me for my name

I say “It’s Cyber me!

 

So when I want to surf the net,

For places that are cool,

I stay and just have fun,

I always keep the rules.

 

Acceptance of Autism

Wanting to be free,
Wanting to be me.
Trying to make people see,
And accept the real me.

Some people think my voice is too loud,
And that my mannerisms strike them as being odd.
This perception of me by others keeps me feeling blue,
But there are plenty of struggles I must get through.

I am determined to show my critics my true personality,
Hoping that people move away from their narrow-minded mentalities.
I want to make new friends and create a new start,
I like to develop new relationships with an open heart.
I hope to be accepted for the person that I am.
- Scott Lentine

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