By Malky Ettlinger When we had a color war, our counselor picked out a girl to be the head. Noone wanted to listen to her because they wanted a popular girl to be the captain instead. So, instead of listening, the girls didn’t do anything she said and the team lost. It’s hard for people to work as a team because everyone has their own opinion and doesn’t always like to listen what someone else has to say. To fix it is to compromise and it will all turn out fine and actually probably be the best project yet. When everyone takes each other’s ideas and listens to them and asks even the shy kid’s opinion everyone will click and the puzzle will come together. After all in order for a puzzle to be complete you need all the pieces in their own place.
By Tehila Kaplan Last time we had a color war, someone wanted to draw a poster even though she didn’t know how to draw. The poster was worth most of the points and it came out horrible.