A primary school teacher in New Jersey wrote inspirational messages directly on her students' desks before they started days of high-pressure tests.
Chandni Langford's pupils, aged 10 and 11, walked into class at Evergreen Avenue Elementary School in Woodbury to find messages from her. They included things like: "Learning is your superpower!" and "There is no elevator to success, you must take the stairs!"
Of course, they were written using dry erase markers so they could be removed before the students began the first of seven days of testing.
Each one is personalised to the pupil, as Chandni addressed each child individually with a different message.
And each one is seriously adorbs.
The photos of the desks were posted on the district's Facebook page and have been shared more than 10,000 times. Chandni said she got the idea on Pinterest from another teacher.