Thursday, February 28, 2013

Words to Live By

     When I was in college, there were many things that they did not teach me about being a teacher of young children.  For instance, I was not taught about some of the things I would have to say to my students in the line of teaching social skills.  Here is a list of 10 of the strange things I find myself saying on a regular basis.

  1. Stop chewing on your collar.
  2. Why is there a crayon in your nose?
  3. Why did you tie your shoes together?
  4. Stop poking people in the ear.
  5. This is a classroom not a mosh pit.
  6. Take your book bag out of your mouth.
  7. Why did you bite the button off your shirt?
  8. Stop turning your eyelids inside out.
  9. Please do not do back bends over your chair.
  10. Stop trading hair with each other.
Must update here with a bonus one that I said for the first time today:

Stop kissing your desk.

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