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Ask Me About My Superpower!

January 11, 2021

A superpower is a character trait strong enough to influence one’s behavior.  After discovering the superpowers of many fourth graders, they each wrote a paragraph to share with their classmates about their dominant characteristic or superpower. 

 

Easton Ottens wrote “My superpower is resilience and I think it suits me well.  Resilience means to adapt to all new things and situations.  I show resilience by getting used to new lessons in science.  Also, I showed resilience by getting used to COVID-19.  As you can see my superpower is outstanding and I like it.”

Reese Thomore wrote, “To me compassion is great hearted, kind, friendly, and caring to others.  I show compassion by always including other people in games I play at recess.  It is important to me that everyone is happy.  I feel very honored to be recognized as being compassionate because I truly value these traits.”

Bradyn Hutmacher wrote, “My superpower is willingness which is the state of being prepared to do something.  In school I’m willing to fix mistakes and help others.  I’m also willing to help Grammy at her house.  After doing something willingly I feel happy.”

 

Our superpower is what makes us unique and extremely special.  Sophia Armstrong’s superpower is being dependable, and Leigha Kersten’s is sharing.   Emma Buyers and Britt Thorngren share the same superpower, that of love for their family.  Wesley Clark’s superpower is dedication, while Colton Stiles’ superpower is determination.  Frankie Vance’s superpower is being creative and Landen Roger’s and Gracie Raymond’s is kindness.  Kayleigh Schroeder’s superpower of working hard is obvious every day, as is Leo Neuner’s superpower of having a positive attitude.  Each day these students strive to let their superpowers shine on! 

 

 

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