The Little Prince

By Miss Brittney Guro, 8A Language Arts Teacher

prince.pngIn The Little Prince, the narrator often differentiates between childhood and adulthood, showing that as we grow older we begin to lose our innocence and imagination. We worry incessantly, judge others, and lose the inquisitive nature we once had. The seventh graders re-opened their minds and imaginations as they channeled their inner little prince. Each student received a similar cut of paper, drew a picture that incorporated their shape, and wrote an accompanying creative writing story. As they continue to look forward to maturing and growing up, they also remember the qualities of the little prince and hope to never lose the carefree, imaginative, open-minded attitude of their childhood.



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