Saturday, February 21, 2015

Celebrity of the Week-Kennedy

                                              Karate class

Hi, I’m Kennedy.  Today I will be talking about my karate class and how I’ve gotten to a blue belt in the intermediate class.  Every day at karate we say the student creed.  Here are the words to the student creed.  I intend to develop myself in a positive manner and to avoid anything that would reduce my mental growth or my physical health.  I intend to develop self discipline in order to bring out the best in myself and others.  I intend to use what I learn in class constructively and defensively to help myself and others and never be abusive or offensive.  

I started karate when I was four and now I’m seven.  

I have been in karate for about three years.  In the little samurai class I started as a white belt then I got to red.  These are the belts I’ve completed in the little samurai class white, yellow, orange, green, purple, blue and red.  These are the belts that I’ve completed in the intermediate class yellow, orange, green and purple.  
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Karate has taught me not only how to defend myself but also discipline and respect.
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I recommend going to Kovar’s Satori Academy of Martial Arts. You will learn many things that are fun.  You will also do lots of exercises.


I will be a black belt when I am 9-10 years old.
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When karate class is complete we say the Principles of a Black Belt here are the words.  As a dedicated student of the martial arts I will live by the Principles of a Black Belt modesty, courtesy, integrity, perseverance, courage and indomitable spirit.

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  1. Dear Kennedy,
    Karate is AWESOME! Your so good at Karate! I also do Gymnastics After school on friday. But I don't do Karate. )-: Do you think you'll ever quit Karate?

    From, Annie

  2. Dear Kennedy,
    I like that you put 2 pictures of when you were 4! My friend Josh used to do karate! Karate reminds me of watching Josh do karate. Why did you want to do karate?

  3. Annie I don't think I will ever quit karate it is lots of fun. :)

  4. I did not chose to do karate my parents thought it would be good for me and they sure were right!



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