We then had 3rd-6th graders come for a single presentation, then they split into two for the subsequent two classes. The third and fourth graders especially took the assignment very seriously and we finished early enough for them to present their work to the class if they wanted to. One little girl, Aspen, drew a picture of a time she had almost drowned. When she presented it to the class, she and the other students very maturely had a question/answer segment, where her peers raised their hands to praise her work and ask questions. Although these students were very young they demonstrated very wise behavior, and at the end of Aspen's presentation everyone applauded for her.