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Re: unusual children

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Carolyn Roberts (b2w6w4kn)
Wed, 22 Jan 1997 21:51:52 -0800

Kelly, if it wasn't for the humor that the kids bring to the classroom,
teaching could get boring...with kids, there's never a "dull moment",

> on the more humorous side of art educationn...
> I have a first grader that continually puts small erasers in his ears
> (but it's OK because he cleans his ears every day) and the smelly
> markers up his nose (my mom lets me do it). After several days of this
> and with his runny nose the water based scented multi-colored marker ink
> running down his face, I finally said, well, I guess I'll call your
> mom. He freaked (he is very dramatic) and swore he'd never do it
> again. (his teacher said that he would remember this for 5 min.)
> It's those challenges that make the day exciting.
> Kelly in CT