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Michelle Obama Just Gave This 3rd Grader An ''A+" And People Absolutely Love It

"She loves that Mrs. Obama is brown and has hair like hers."

Last updated on February 1, 2018, at 10:54 a.m. ET

Posted on January 31, 2018, at 4:25 p.m. ET

On Wednesday, Michelle Obama gave a 9-year-old a top grade for her school project. The former first lady's strong endorsement made people on Twitter insanely happy.

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Alexandra chose to do her third-grade Open House project on the former first lady, according to her mom Audrey Dow. She even matched one of the first lady's outfits!

Audrey Dow / Via Twitter: @ADCollegeOpp

"She was inspired by her work to make sure more kids go to college & #ReachHigher," Dow wrote on Twitter. "She loves that Mrs Obama is brown & has hair like hers #ISawMyself."

Today my 9 year old was @MichelleObama for her 3rd grade Open House project. She was inspired by her work to make sโ€ฆ https://t.co/imjOhjTMZ7

Let's take a closer look at this poster:

@ADCollegeOpp / Via Twitter: @ADCollegeOpp

Cursive!

@ADCollegeOpp / Via Twitter: @ADCollegeOpp

On Wednesday Michelle Obama responded to the project, giving the 3rd grader an "A+."

This just made my day. I may not be a 3rd grade teacher, but this gets an A+ in my book! https://t.co/wBTzbyG8zr

People loved that Michelle Obama responded to the little girl and her poster. One person said that the teacher now has to give her the exact same, great grade.

@MichelleObama The teacher has to give her an A+ now.

Someone else suspected that mini-Michelle might be pretty excited about having heard from Michelle herself.

@MichelleObama You just made this girlโ€™s life! ๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’™

"Watch this child," one person instructed about the 9-year-old. "She's going places."

@MichelleObama Watch this child. Sheโ€™s going places.

Mini-Michelle, aka Alexandra, was stunned by Obama's response, Dow told BuzzFeed News.

"Alexandra was shocked and a bit overwhelmed," she said. "She got really teary-eyed and said she could not believe the First Lady would write to her. She was so happy and said she cannot wait to tell her friends and teacher tomorrow at school."

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