As i'm sure everyone knows, little kids are really energetic and social creatures. The way I contributed in my classrooms was by always asking the lead teachers of my classroom if they needed help with anything and also by leading an activity during rotations. I was given a group of approximately 6-7 kids and led an activity. I understand that may sound like the easiest thing to do but it's not, it is an act that requires an endless amount of patience. Since I was a new teacher the kids would take me as a friend during these activities and would want to talk about cartoons and anything that was intriguing to them instead of listening to the instructions required to complete the activity, this was definitely something I struggled with but I think that in order for something to be your very best one must struggle a little. On the other hand while the lead teachers taught an entire class lesson, my role was to make sure all of our friends were being good listeners, or helping create an activity for another day or later that day or simply gathering the materials needed for it. Something else I helped with was helping with their graduation from pictures to the graduation crafts/gifts that were going to be given to the students and parents. I think that my internship has definitely caused me to have even more respect for my teachers, I now understand how much effort is put behind a class lesson or project.