Grace Barrett and Emily Owen
The clothing we wear in Cheer Culture are cheer uniforms. We wear bows in our hair. We also wear long sleeves and skirts. We wear white cheer shoes and our shoes of choice are white Nfinitis.
For sports we have competitive cheer and sideline cheer. Competitive cheer is a choreographed routine with a stunt that is performed in front of judges to be scored. Sideline cheer is used to celebrate everyday life and special events.
For food in Cheer Culture we like to eat healthy. We eat lots of fruits and vegetables to keep us strong and water to keep us hydrated. Granola bars are our snack of choice.
In Cheer Culture we practice Christianity, which means we worship Jesus Christ.
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The cross is the symbol of Christianity.
The Holy Bible is the text for Christianity.
Jesus Christ is said to be the savior and Christians live by his teachings.
Our form of government is democracy. That means we vote for our leader and we have a say in the decisions they make for Cheer Culture.
(Picture Below: Grace)
People vote for what they think is right and for political leaders.
Citizens have a say in a democracy.
Political Leaders that have been elected by citizens hold the power to make decisions.
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Private Owned Buisness
In a market economy people are allowed to own their own businesses.
Individuals and private groups make decisions about what to produce.
Free enterprise is the idea that private individuals have the right to own properties and businesses and make a profit with limited government interference.