Chidera found a Rubix cube in the gym over in the Kindergarten area where she sits with her classmates as they arrive in the morning. The cube had an M drawn on one of the center white squares. I told her it looks like it belongs to someone and I would keep an ear out to find the owner but if we found the owner she would have to return it. She agreed, and for the next several mornings she would stop by and show me that she still had the cube and was still unable to solve it and wasn’t even sure what solving it meant. One of the fourth graders, saw us talking and told us that her classmate Nathan could solve a cube very quickly. We walked over to Nathan and after a few seconds he said someone has altered this cube. One of the squares had been turned around or something and he couldn't solve it. He suggested I take it to Boaz who could also solve Rubix cubes. After a few seconds Boaz also noticed the altered cube and poppped it out and fixed it, then he then proceeded to solve a cube in about 45 seconds. Chidera‘s eyes lit up! For the next few days she continued to show me that she still had the cube and had not messed it up. As she was showing me, William Cumby saw the cube and said that it belong to Miss McClellan‘s class. Chidera sadly returned the cube. The next day in drama class I was telling Boaz about the situation. Several of the kids told me that they had Rubix cubes at their houses and I asked them if any of them had way too many Rubix cubes, like if there was one that they never played with anymore that we could donate. Wyatt said that he had one and eventually brought it to school and presented it to Chidera. She carries it with her every day and comes to show it to me. Today, it was all messed up and I asked her if she wanted it solved, so we took it back over to Boaz!