Melly Was Here

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10 Things Teaching Preschool Has Taught Me

on October 16, 2013

1. When in doubt, poke it with a stick.

2. Sitting under the table and crying probably won’t solve your problems, but you’d better try it just in case.

3. Sometimes your friend/teacher/mom really is a poo poo head.

4. Walking in line is grossly over rated.

5. Making train noises in the middle of story time is funny, even if your teacher tells you it’s not.

6. Even a foam block when thrown directly at your nose or eye hurts. A lot.

7. The best way to deal with a spilled cup of water or juice is to splash around in it.

8. Yes and no are both acceptable answers to a question, especially at the same time.

9. If you’re going to fake a boo boo so you can get a cool Tinkerbell band aide, make sure the paint is red. Purple is less believable.

10. Your teacher loves you. Even when you call her a poo poo head.

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8 responses to “10 Things Teaching Preschool Has Taught Me

  1. I think this is an awesome site.. I have two boys in nursery.. It’s fun to get all sticky with them at the start of the day.. I just read the list to my partner.. she laughed.. she rarely does that.. congratulations! lol Tweeted,Liked,Shared, Are you twerkable? lol

  2. How true! I could almost imagine the kids – brilliant!

  3. lindaluke says:

    Thanks for the laughs. This is so true and I am going to share it with some friends who are teachers too.

  4. Amar Naik says:

    this is so true. never taught such small kids but good to learn your experiences

  5. My son is grown and – this brought me a big smile! My best friend was a kindergarten teacher for a year, back many years ago.

  6. Sarah says:

    Haha! Thank you! Those are good! And true!

  7. Melissa says:

    I love this. 🙂 Miss you bunches and bunches.

  8. Melissa says:

    I’m now tempted to make on for teaching high school…. I think that is kinda scary.

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