Make Your Mark and Make it Matter
Today I watched a live video stream with Peter Reynolds; he is the author of the “The Dot” and “Ish”. He told us to make our mark and make it matter! This made me think of the paper blogs that we are writing in class and how I am making my mark with my classmates. I also wonder if everyone realises that their writing is making a mark with me and that it means as much to us as it does to them. I hope everyone gets a chance to read “The Dot” because once you do; everything will seem a little bit different than it did before. I hope everyone on the whole world knows that they matter regardless of who they are and where they come from. It’s important to know that even if you don’t think you matter …. You do!
Maddisyn attends Millgrove School. She makes her mark every day in school and in gymnastics. She likes how this gives her confidence to do anything she puts her mind to. She loves Millgrove School and Grade 4 because she likes the surprise of learning! Maddisyn appreciates all the cultures in our classroom and how she can learn from them and how they make their mark at our school!