I added it to my signature - with permission from another teacher whose
principal used it at a teacher's meeting - but he didn't know where it came
from. I've reworded it quite a bit from what she gave me. And I don't
remember her name, or you could ask her... I think her quote said that the
crayons all live together peacefully in the same box.
If you find out who actually said it, I would love to know!
firstname.lastname@example.org said on 3/21/01 9:01 AM :
> Did you first post this crayon thing ? It is fantastic. I did a wonderful
> display at school around it. I mentioned it at NAEA, and was asked to post
> it again for those that missed it before. I'd like to give credit where
> credit is due.
> Woody in KC
> MaryAnn F. Kohl
> http://www.brightring.com > We can learn a lot from crayons. Some are sharp, some are dull, some are
> pretty, some are broken, most have strange names, all are different colors
> ... and they fit perfectly in the same box!
MaryAnn F. Kohl
We can learn a lot from crayons. Some are sharp, some are dull, some are
pretty, some are broken, most have strange names, all are different colors
... and they fit perfectly in the same box!