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Dear grade 5 student

Dear grade 5 student

I am a grade 5 student and i am writing to you to tell you the exhibition is not as hard as you think .and you just need to think positive and not negative .and you have to be willing to put in a lot of time.

My first suggestion is not to waste time flys and don’t fight with you partner. Because you just waste more time doing it. The time you have is 9 week and you think that 2 months is a lot but is reality it goes so fast. The reason I said that is in exhibition I  wasted a lot of time and me and my group fight a lot.

And my second suggestion is pick a topic you like and not something that you are going to get bored at because i got bored of  my topic and that is the worst so pick something you put love.

My third suggestion is don’t take it as a joke because it’s not and my group thought it was a joke and that put us behind and a setback in exhibition.

I hope this letter helps you so you don’t make the same mistake I did.

Best of wishes

Emma

Future Grade 5s…

Dear Future Grade 5 students…

I am a grade five student and I am writing to you to give you tips on grade 5 exhibition. I hope that you listen to my tips and take them seriously.

The topic that I had chosen was gender equality. I chose this topic because I wanted people to be aware of how important it is to make sure that both genders are equal.

My first suggestion is to chose a topic that YOU want to do. If you chose a topic that your friends want to do, you may not enjoy the next 9 weeks or it might make your friendship a lot harder to deal with. Also, it might make you get off task easily because you might be tempted to talk or fool around.

Secondly, you need to watch your time! Everyone will tell you that time flies fast, but at the moment, you may not listen. I am telling you that most days feel long, but in the end, you think that you should use your time time wiser. For me, I can see the how the time should be wiser. You should too.

Pay attention to your group and only your group! At first, my group and I started talking and paying more attention to what was happening with other groups rather than ours. Then, around the middle of exhibition, we realized that we didn’t have anytime to fool around and that we needed to start focusing. I hope that you don’t make the same mistake as me and my group did.

I hope that this letter will help you for the time period of exhibition.

Best wishes,

Eva