7th grade Reflection

When I first arrived at school, I thought I was going to have the worst school year ever. Whenever I walked into my classes, I couldn’t talk to anyone. I was extremely shy and didn’t answer any of the questions the teachers had asked. I had thought that all my teachers were strict. I soon realized that all my teachers had turned out to be extremely nice teachers. They had helped me in tough situations like when I couldn’t find the answer to a problem or when I was just having trouble with the class. They were very compassionate and caring to each and every one of their students.

By October, I realized that my life had gone the opposite direction that I thought it would go. School was fun…at times. The teachers had taught me new things day after day. They never acted like they were sick of our class or like they didn’t want to be at school. They were always there for us. Eventually, I figured out that my school year wasn’t as bad as I thought it would turn out to be. During my 7th grade year, I have learned that I really don’t have good time management. I also learned that you need to be willing to work hard if you want to earn the good grades your parents always like to see.

As the year comes to a close, I will be missing my 7th grade teachers with their kind-heartiness(if that is a word). If I had to do 7th grade again, I don’t think I would change anything except to work a little harder in class discussions with all my classmates. I would tell the 7th graders next year that they should be expecting great teachers and tell them to try to make new friends.

My multi-paragraph story

Your childhood is the best place to be in my opinion. Without your childhood, where would you get excitement and new opportunities?
Nowhere… Exactly. When you are grown up and mature, you don’t really have the time to have fun and play around like your childhood. You just work and work and work. Same routine day in and day out. In contrast, when you are in your childhood, you play around and do whatever you want with no real routine. That is why you should have lots of fun in your childhood while you can. You should maybe even make a bucket list for your childhood.

Being an adult sounds like the most boring thing to be. If no one had fun I don’t think I could live for even a minute. I can’t imagine a world where children couldn’t be able to play and have fun. Could you? The world would a gloomy, and sorrowful place. No funny jokes, and no laughing. All in all, I think living your childhood to the furthest extent is good because you may never be able to play outside again.