So far, this has been fun, but also more challenging especially because making a maze is much more difficult and complex. I learned that it is very difficult not to tell the 4th graders the answers of where to look, and where to put things. This is because it would sometimes be a complicated task that could be difficult to explain to the 4th graders, and we wanted to just show them the answer right away. However, challenging them makes them better in the long run, and it is better that they only complete the challenges on their own so that they not only better get to know the software of Scratch, but also feel proud of themselves when they learn/try something new. I also learned that asking the students more questions allows them to think about it more in depth, to formulate more of their own questions, and to understand Scratch better. Overall, I enjoyed teaching the 4th graders Scratch, and I am excited to see what we will be doing the coming weeks in class!