Mad Scientess Jane Expat (nanila) wrote,
Mad Scientess Jane Expat
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We Love Space

Remember those Very Excited Year 4 students that I wrote about (DW/LJ) a few weeks back?

Their thank-you cards arrived yesterday.

Heartfelt and wonderful works of art that they are, I thought they merited scanning in and sharing. I shall treasure them.


"Thank you Dr [nanila]!" by Beattie


Beattie says: "To Dr [nanila], I loved learning about space it was epic and one day I would like to move to the moon! from Beattie". On the facing page, SPACE is written in coloured letters surrounded by pink hearts.


"Thank you Dr [nanila]!" by Jonah and Ella


Jonah and Ella say: "Dear Dr [nanila], Thank you for your brilliant presentation on space and when we can move to the moon. We learnt a lot and told our friends and family. After that talk we now want to move to the moon. It was amazing seeing what you do and how long it takes to prepare and launch a spaceship. We hope other people get to meet you as your talk was inspiring. From Jonah and Ella."


"Dr [nanila] :)" by Mylinh


Mylinh says: "To Dr [nanila], Thank you for teaching me more about space. Your The BEST!" (A portrait of me is also included.)


"Dear Dr [nanila]" by Jesse


Jesse says: "Thank you. it was so intresting and it is so kind for you to be here. I hope you enjoyed it too! Bye! Bye."


"Dr [nanila] We love space Thank you Dr [nanila] fantastic brilliant amazing" by Talia


Talia says: "Dear Dr [nanila], Thank you for your efort. I really, really enjoyed! I learnt SO much, (my parents were so amazed when I told them!) I also learnt a lot as well. I wish you could come back and tell us about space even more! From Talia :) Peacock class brilliant fantastic outstanding amazing"


"Thank you" by Isis


Isi says: "Dear Dr [nanila], THANK YOU My space pal SPACE IS AUWSOME! hope you'll come back!! love from Isis xoxoxo"


I ♥ Love Space" by Enzo


Enzo says: "Thank you I really liked the show I was really intresting from Enzo and Peacock class!!!

Yeah, I cried at my desk. <333333

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