Who Do You Appreciate? Share with 3/4J

Who Do You Appreciate? Share with 3/4J

Thanks to our friend Joy Sun Bear (www.joysunbear.com) we have been talking about appreciation and caring for each other. Today 3/4J sent a message to Joy Sun Bear about who or what they appreciate. We would love to hear from any of our global friends. Please leave us a message here on our blog or you can post to our padletย http://padlet.com/34jourglobalcla/n9inl3istf5o

Here is an example of what Mrs Joyce posted to the padlet. She shared her thanks for all the wonderful friends she has around the world.

Mrs Joyce – Teacher 3/4J Australia

I appreciate all the amazing teachers I get to collaborate with nationally and around the world. I appreciate their expertise, their friendship and especially their kindness to me as a person. These teachers help me make everyday magical for my students.



  One thought on “Who Do You Appreciate? Share with 3/4J

  1. May 10, 2016 at 4:14 am

    Hi Mrs. Joyce and 3/4J in Australia!
    So excited to hear from you all! I missed you and am so happy to hear you watched the video on Appreciation! My little friend did such a great job teaching us about what appreciation means and sharing what her and I appreciate in our lives. We had a lot of fun making the video!๐Ÿ˜€

    I am going to read all your messages on my way to Swaziland, Africa and will write back to you as soon as I can! I have never been to Swaziland and can’t wait to share my adventures with you tomorrow.

    I love your messages and drawings, keep them comin’ friends!๐Ÿ˜‰ Am I going to get to see a video of you all again soon? Last time Mrs. Joyce sent me a video of you learning Farsi with the video my little friend made, and that really made my day! I couldn’t wait to share it with my friends around the world.๐ŸŒŽ

    I gotta get some rest before I get to Swaziland so bye for now friends! Take care!

    Joy Sun Bear

  2. May 10, 2016 at 5:30 am

    I appreciate all the teachers and friends at L.R.P.S that taught me a lot of things especially the ones that taught me to accept changes, live in the moment, and be yourself.

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