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What if YOU woke up with a Superpower!!

I have made this Story Board of “What if YOU woke up with a Superpower!!”

I hope you enjoy this as I really like it and I could only do 3 of these little boxes, if I could it would be longer.

Sorry if this is fuzzy. The first one says “HELP!! I’M FLOATING!!” and the second one says “Roarrrrr.”

Uniform time

I made some uniforms that if I had a school I would like to have. All of these uniforms are non-binary so you can wear any uniform that you want. These uniforms include a Pants options, Shorts option and a Skirt option.

I tried to make these uniforms as comfy as possible for all of the children.

Here are my uniforms that I made.

Distance Research Card

  1. London to New york.

5,570.48 km

New York was going to originally be called New Amsterdam. 

New Yorkers speak over 800+ languages.

Honking your car horn is illegal (HONK HONK.) 


  1. Bluff to Cape Reinga

2,060.6 km

Cape Reinga means under world in Te Reo.

The pohutukawa tree in Cape Reinga is over 800 years old.

Dogs aren’t allowed in Cape Reinga.


  1. fiji to France

16,811 km

France is the most Visited country in the world.

France had a king… That only lasted 20 minutes.

The French eat over 25,000 tons of snails each year.

Plane as distance is like planes. You can use planes for distance.

Marco Polo

      Marco Polo

Marco Polo was a famous explorer, Venetian Merchant and a writer who travelled through Asia between 1271 and 1295.

  1. Marco Polo died in his house in Venice, January 8th 1324. As he was dying in his home, family, friends and fans of his book tried to get Polo to admit that his book was fiction and not real. However Polo wouldn’t relent.
  2. Polo wasn’t the first European to travel to Asia.   
  3. Before Marco Polos 2nd expedition to China with his dad and uncle, he barely knew them before (As they were travelling together when he was born).
  4.  6 years after Marco Polo was born (1260) his mother died.
  5. 1300 Marco polo got married to Donata Badoer.
  6. He was only 17 when he first started travelling.
  7. Marco Polo travelled 15,000 miles in the years he was travelling (25.)
  8. He introduced Europe to the concept of paper money.
  9. Polo thought Rhinoceros were unicorns.
  10. There is a species of sheep named after Marco Polo… 
  11.  Christopher Coloumbus was inspired by Polo and even brought a copy of his book on his travels.
  12. Polo was Italian.
  13. Marco Polo stayed in China for 17 years with his Dad and Uncle.
  14. Polo had 3 daughters.
  15. His book was printed in 3 different languages- French, Italian and Latin.