What I learned

First, what I learned in math were fractions, operations, algorithms, and other things. What I learned in writing is how to write an essay properly, what to write in each essay, and everything else on how to write. What I learned on science were parts of plants, electricity and what they are, magnetism, and more. What I learned in art were famous painters, how to paint like them, how to draw properly, and new terms we didn’t know that belonged in the art topic. I learned in social studies about the American Revolution, famous people of different wars such as George Washington, racism, pollution, and other historical things. What I also learned is the topics I present on my projects, such as Winnie Mandela and Muhammad Ali.

What I liked

What I liked in 4th grade is that we were able to watch TV shows, or we could also draw something on a piece of paper, which is a fun thing for me. What I also liked about 4th grade is that we had Fun Fridays, depend on how well behaved we have been. We could either eat our snacks, draw, do origami, play a game, or just read a book, which is fun. I also liked whenever I get a 4 on my test, because if you got a 4 on the test, you earn a free Homework pass that allows you to skip your homework for the day. In the class, we could play Educational games or games that were just allowed in a school such as Prodigy, Santa Tracker, CoSpaces, and more, which were a little fun on the iPad’s, so I also liked that.

What I loved

Finally, what I loved about 4th grade was the After school because we could talk to our friends all day, get snacks, draw and play toys, and do activities. The activities I liked were Movie Review, and Genius Hour. What I also love is that in After School, we could bring Rubix cubes like the 3×3, 2×2, Pyramix, and other types of Rubix cubes. These toys are one of my favorite toys.