Fourth grade was both a high and a low in my academic career. I had a fantastic teacher, Mr. Bennett, who encouraged my intellectual curiosity. He introduced me to the Narnia series, which I quickly devoured, and the “I Wish I Were” songs, which entertain me to this day. It was in fourth grade that I cheated on a test for the first (and last) time, earning me my first (and last) after-school detention. Worse than the detention, though, was disappointing Mr Bennett. I never cheated on a test, again, but I continued to read and sing and be curious.


Dress, Parker. Shirt, Banana Republic. Leggings, Allen B. Boots, Blondo. Earrings, gift. Bag, Steve Madden.

Today, I relived fourth grade, but there was no Narnia, no singing, no cheating, and no Mr. Bennett. It was just me and a twenty-eight fourth graders doing math (and new math!), vocabulary, and reading. We did squeeze in a little fun with my “What Are You Doing?” game and Silent Ball.

February 10, 2017

Kasmira Kit

2 Comments

  1. kats9lifes

    February 12, 2017

    As a teacher myself, I would love to hear about your game!

    • Kasmira Kit

      February 14, 2017

      I’ll write up a description and post it tomorrow!

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