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1 The person who inspires me is Albert Einstein If he was not born someof my goals in life would have been different I would not want to be ascientist if it wasnt for him I am glad that Einstein the man whosename is synonymous to genius is my influence in life2 What I like about my current school is the teachers are nice and theylike to help if I dont understand something Also the students are nicetoo If the teachers are busy the students help each other I also liketo show them different ways to do math 3 My school is wonderful but I would change some things For examplelast year I finished all my multiplication drills and I had to wait forthe entire class to finish except one student who finished the sametime with me So I would change it so that I could go ahead instead ofwaiting for 2 weeks for them to finish 4 My academic strengths are reading writing science and math I amvery good in math I like to offer multiple solutions to a problem Ialso love reading and creative writing I wrote some books last year inmy free time and the teacher read them to class I hope to be ascientist when I grow up I received so many awards since K4 I alwayswon Principles Honor Roll SOAR awards and Fabulous Falcon and I hope towin these awards again this year 5 The activity I am going to write about is reading I read every daybecause I love reading Every Friday I read to first grader in myschool I tell them reading is the most important subject in life Iam trying to encourage them to read I told them reading is veryimportant to me because the more you read the smarter you get I alsoread because I like to learn new words Reading is fun but if someone isforced to read
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