My Favorite Subject in School by Lara Bar

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​Do you think you can guess what my favorite subject is? If you think it is Math or P.E you are totally wrong! My teachers in fourth grade made me love Science. What I like about Science is that you explore, and go outside. Last year, we went looking for snails outside!! Great fun!
In addition, I enjoy doing experiments. Last year, we put paper clips on the snails and we saw which one slides faster. Another thing I like about Science is that we sat in groups and researched together and shared our ideas. I think I like Science in 5th grade as much as I liked it in the 4th grade. I think that this was an amazing chance for me to tell you what my favorite subject is.
I hope I will love Science next year in 6th grade as much as I love it this year.

6 thoughts on “My Favorite Subject in School by Lara Bar

  1. Dear Lara,
    I agree with you that science is a very nice lesson. My favorite part in science is when we do experiments.
    Your classmate,
    Raphael

  2. Dear Lara,
    I enjoyed your piece because I thought you described science in the very best way possible. I agree science is AWESOME. Your piece had that idea but it didn’t just say, “I like science.” You showed not told.

    Sophia

  3. Dear Lara,
    You wrote a great story! You stayed on topic and your conclusion set the story in a suitable end! Great job!
    -Michaela

  4. Dear Lara,
    You wrote a FANTASTIC story! You persuaded me that science is FANTASTIC! I agree that science is awesome. Great job writing this story! You also ‘showed not told’.
    Love,
    Nina

  5. Dear Lara,

    I agree that science is the best. Especially the experiments because they are fun to make and you can explore many things. Besides that, I like the part in the beginning where you wrote “Do you think you can guess what my favorite subject is? If you think it is Math or P.E you are totally wrong! My teachers in fourth grade made me love Science.”

    From,
    Dani

  6. Dear Lara,

    I love doing Science experiments too. I am in a Science club Maryland, USA, and we do really fun activities that help us learn and explore. I like how you included a specific example of an experiment you did.

    From,
    Sofia

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