For the last four years, teacher Taryn Snyder has used her personal account to post restaurant reviews written by her third-grade students as part of a class project.

The vast collection of evaluations, which are meant to hone their opinion-writing skills, is charming, to say the least, with each restaurant racking up four to five stars per critique.

Take, for example, this snippet from a review of Flaming Grill & Buffet in Hyde Park, by Joshua F.: “It’s my most favorite restaurant and it’s near my house. I can walk there and it’s not that far and the outside looks so big and red.”

But sadly for these budding critics, the practice of writing and sharing their food reviews online is coming to an end — at least on Yelp’s platform.

Read the full article on the Boston Globe website.