Learner Spotlight: Bella Wunderlich
- June 5, 2017
- Posted by: iLead Exploration
- Category: Learner Spotlights
“I love doing school at home because I really love being with my family. It makes me feel closer to them and I really get an opportunity to master the subjects that I’m studying. I also enjoy homeschooling because we do a ton of fun activities that most schools never do.”
So states Bella Wunderlich, iLEAD seventh grader. Bella enjoys reading Harry Potter books, sewing, art, swimming and Greek mythology. She also likes to spend time helping others.
In addition to being a Potterhead (absolutely LOVING Harry Potter books), Bella is also a talented artist. She loves to draw her own original characters, create digital art, and watercolor. She even features them on Musically. Bella has fun taking sewing classes at Sewciety and has made a skirt, purse, and even a pillowcase for her brother.
Being a Girl Scout is very important to Bella (she is a Cadette). Over the summer, Bella is working on a service project to earn her Silver Award. She organized a book drive for a local hospital. Bella is collecting books from now until September for the pediatric and burn units of the hospital.
“I chose this particular community service project so people in the burn units and pediatrics can enjoy a good book while they are on the road to recovery,” says Bella.
If your family is interested in donating books to help the patients in these units, you may contact Bella’s mom, Yvonne, at 909-559-0514.
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