Friday, September 19, 2014

Quotes From 5th Graders


While doing an experiment where we made our own lava lamp:

Can I drink it? What would happen if I drank it? Would it taste good? (repeat 21x)

After literally running around the classroom then asking if she can use the restroom, one of my cherubs stops and says:

When a colored woman gots to go to the bathroom, a colored woman gots to go to the bathroom.

A student was reading a passage out loud about an eagle that got hurt:

And then they needed to take the eagle to the vegetarian.

When they don't understand how to say something in English (native Spanish speaker):

How you say that?

As I was talking about my family:

What about your baby Mrs. T? You know, don't you have a baby?

This year is off to a great start. I am growing to know my cherubs more and more each day. Their personalities are quite amusing and they definitely make each day unique!

Happy Friday!

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8 comments:

  1. This age is the best! I teach 6th and hear a lot of the same things!

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  2. Haha omgsh I LOVE hearing quotes from my teacher friends--kids literally crack me up. My friend was telling me how one kid was arguing with her saying it could not be taco day for lunch. After insisting it was--she finally asked "why do you not think its taco day" and he said "because at my house you can never have tacos without margaritas" haha I died!

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  3. LOL- love this! My sister was a teacher and I always loved stuff her 1st and 2nd graders would say!

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  4. haha, love it! I think you need to at least do this monthly!

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  5. Haha too funny! I actually did a very similar post earlier this week - kids are hilarious sometimes!

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  6. Haha I love the things kids say! When I was doing my student teaching in the elementary school, I kept a whole list of funny things they would say. I think my favorite to date was when I wore my hair curly to school instead of straightening it and also wore my glasses and one little boy asked me, 'rough night?'

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  7. Love this! My 5th graders keep me on my toes at any given point but I love them dearly!

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