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I'm trying to come up with a good but short speech for my 5th grade class for graduation. I really don't want to say the same stuff like, "We've had a great year and learned a lot." Well, it hasn't always been great and people who know me expect some quirky, comedic stand up thing. Honestly, I'm exhausted and can barely think enough to even grade papers at this point, so if anyone has any ideas that would be awesome.

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Rawlstolkien 05-05-2019 02:42 PM

Not comedic, but I often talk about the growth. They are taller than when we started and have grown academically and socially as well.

Quack! 05-05-2019 07:42 AM

Perhaps read, "Oh the Places You'll Go." You don't have to read the entire thing, but maybe the funnier parts.

dee 05-05-2019 01:16 AM

Something along the lines of...

We have matured over the year and we are now ready for 6th grade

eagles23 05-04-2019 10:17 PM

There are a bunch of end-of-the-year poems you might be able to use. There are several on Pinterest. I just googled them and found several.

redhead38 05-04-2019 10:31 AM

I'm trying to come up with a good but short speech for my 5th grade class for graduation. I really don't want to say the same stuff like, "We've had a great year and learned a lot." Well, it hasn't always been great and people who know me expect some quirky, comedic stand up thing. Honestly, I'm exhausted and can barely think enough to even grade papers at this point, so if anyone has any ideas that would be awesome.




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