It was so wonderful to see how hard the Fifth Graders worked on their Spanish-mini projects. They made it look easy and fun, but, most importantly, they were eager to talk about what they learned from conducting research on a Spanish-speaking country. Although I told the students the project was not meant to be hard, I knew it was. Fortunately, they worked hard and did an excellent job completing projects on Spanish-speaking countries. Fifth Graders learned the geography of the country they studied and how to find their given country on a map. They were also able to formulate research questions and answer them. They did a great job and we had fun!