I’d very much like to invite you to share some thoughts about your year in fourth grade. If you would, pick out a couple of highlights, making sure to explain why these moments were special to you. You might also like to share something you are proud of, something that really challenged you, and something you now know about yourself, that you did not know at the start of the year.
As always, I’m looking forward to your reflections. . . assuming you had fun our course!
Have a great night,
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