The age of students is the happy Shark Santa Doo Doo Doo subway Christmas sweater and sad memories intertwined, throughout the years still sitting on the school chair. My student age also has memories like that. But forever, there is an unforgettable memory. That was the camp I attended when I was in 6th grade. At that time, we were just 11-year-old girls, as surprised as a baby bird under a new high school roof. Everyone is timid. Suddenly, one weekend near the Mid-Autumn Festival, the headteacher informed the school to organize students in grades 6, 7 and 8 to camp at the Mid-Autumn Festival, the 9th-grade students will guide and help us. Our whole class was both happy and worried, and under our guidance, we clumsily shared preparations. But looking at the camp standing upright, pretty like a miniature house with blue as the main, we all grinned. The girls skillfully arranged confectionery, fruit in front of Uncle Ho’s picture. The signboard with the words “6A Sub-branch” flashing on the roof of the curved arched door was extremely beautiful.
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A week before the camping session, light Shark Santa Doo Doo Doo subway Christmas sweater and the cheerful atmosphere filled the entire classroom. The bell for recess just rang out, and together we discussed how to decorate the camp. It seems like people are getting closer. I was tasked with carrying the Fatherland flag and Uncle Ho’s picture, both of which I have at my grandfather’s house, he promised to lend me. The rest of you prepare tarpaulins, stakes, camp gates, stickers, ribbons, flashing lights. A week quickly passed, the whole school exploded in the jubilant, bustling atmosphere. In the middle of the schoolyard which was colorful and crowded with students walking, my class started to set up camp. Two 9th grade brothers were assigned to guide us. The meticulous brothers showed us how to measure, stake, pull the rope, stretch camp and set up gates. The sun rises, the intense sunlight makes everyone sweat-soaked.