Three Things #21

Well, it’s been an interesting week. The kind of interesting that not only makes us smile and laugh, but also scratch our head while doing the shake-your-head-in-frustration-and-a-little-bit-of-amusement. Welcome to the world of teaching!

Within all of this interesting-ness we’ve been shown some great insights from kids…here’s this week’s Three Things we’ve learned from kids…


Thing #1 – Year 3 Girl

“How do you spell silly? S-T-E-E-L-E!”

You win this round.

Thing #2 – Year 6 Girl

“You know that feeling when you do something crazy or scary or different? I love that!”

Bring on doing things that are different (and a bit scary!)

Thing #3 – Year 1 Boy

“The only thing better than hugging my teddy is hugging my dad”

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Dad and bear hugs: great since before time began.


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