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Primary – April 7

Which is worse: never starting or never finishing?

Primary – April 6

On this date in 1909, American explorers Robert Peary and Matthew Henson became the first explorers to reach the North Pole. However, they learned that another person claimed to have done the same thing a year earlier. Describe how you feel when someone else takes credit for something you’ve done.

Primary – April 3

On this date in 1860, the Pony Express postal service started when riders left St. Joseph, Mo., and Sacramento, Calif., at the same time on 2,000-mile trips. The first trip west took 9 days and 23 hours, and trip east took 11 days and 12 hours. Today, when you can talk with people on the other side of the planet in real time, describe your favorite method of communication and why you prefer it.

Primary – April 2

Hans Christian Andersen was born on this date in 1805. His birthday is commemorated as International Children’s Book Day. Explain why your favorite story is so important to you.

Primary – April 1

Explain why you prefer one of the following two choices: Doing something totally new and unknown, or doing something you’ve enjoyed doing before.

Primary – March 31

“The easiest thing to be in the world is you. The most difficult thing to be is what other people want you to be.” -Leo Buscaglia, born on this date in 1924. Describe the difference between what you are and what someone else wants you to be.

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