Slogans are catchphrases that hook the listener or reader in and tempts them to buy the products. So today I have researched about some of the best and most attractive slogans, I have them in order from the best in my opinion to the worst in my opinion. Here they are:

1. Skittles: Taste the rainbow.

2. Frosties: It’s grrreat!

3. Wheaties: The breakfast for champions.

4. Lays: Betcha can’t just eat one!

5. Nike: Just do it.

6. M and M’s: Melts in your mouth, not your hand.

7. I can’t believe it’s not butter!: I can’t believe it’s not butter.

8. De Beers: a diamond is forever.

9. Maybelline: Maybe she’s born with it, maybe it’s Maybelline.

10. Wendy’s: Where’s the beef? [Why it’s the worst: because the beef is right there on the bun!]

During my research I also found another  bad slogan from google. It was don’t be evil. I think this isn’t a good slogan since it has no good meaning or connection to a search site. I think a good slogan would need a connection to the type of store, make sense, have an avatar speaking and should have a video alongside with it. I really hope I get to make my own slogan in class and use tips from real slogans. I think my classmates would also enjoy this activity since it requires creativity and they really like decorating. I  really enjoyed researching these slogans and worked really hard, so I hope you liked it!

Moral Education Unit 2

In moral education today, we started unit 2. It is about staying physically healthy and mentally healthy. I learned that if you want to stay physically healthy, you need to stay clean, exercise, and eat good foods. But to stay mentally healthy, you should try to worry less about your problems and things that are on your hands that you don’t want to mess up. I also have a few questions that I am going to answer in this post. Here they are:

Q: What is your favorite sport? Where and when do you play it? How does it affect your physical health?

A: Soccer.  I play it 3 times a week at a indoor soccer pitch called Koora Dome. It helps me stay fit.

Thank you for reading.