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This year I have a great group of bilingual 1st graders who have been keeping me ROTFLM*O (rolling on the floor laughing my *** off). So much so, that I wanted to share these funnies with the rest of you. While reading the book "We The Kids" in celebration of Constitution Day, we were discussing rules/laws and giving examples of laws in the community. Students gave examples such as stopping at the stop sign, wearing your seat belt, etc. A little boy raised his hand and shared with us, "You can't have girlfriends under the age of 18. That is the law!"

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Hubert V. Yee's picture
Hubert V. Yee
social media and marketing manager of startup

One of the great joys of working with children is the funny and innocent things they say! I once had a ES student asked me if I was one of my staff member's daddy. Now my friends refers to me as K's dad. =)

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Elana Leoni
Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

Just have to comment that your post made me laugh at loud! Thanks for sharing.

[quote]This year I have a great group of bilingual 1st graders who have been keeping me ROTFLM*O (rolling on the floor laughing my *** off).

So much so, that I wanted to share these funnies with the rest of you.

While reading the book "We The Kids" in celebration of Constitution Day, we were discussing rules/laws and giving examples of laws in the community. Students gave examples such as stopping at the stop sign, wearing your seat belt, etc.

A little boy raised his hand and shared with us, "You can't have girlfriends under the age of 18. That is the law!"

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Zoe Dell's picture

I have a student who like to be a drama queen and told me that when she was haveing the hick ups she thought she was having a heart attack. Another time is when we had a parent reader and he read a book that had a funeral in it and a girl told him that her grandfather was burned not buried. I couldn't stop cracking up for hours.

Hubert V. Yee's picture
Hubert V. Yee
social media and marketing manager of startup

[quote]I have a student who like to be a drama queen and told me that when she was haveing the hick ups she thought she was having a heart attack. Another time is when we had a parent reader and he read a book that had a funeral in it and a girl told him that her grandfather was burned not buried. I couldn't stop cracking up for hours.[/quote]

LOL! Funny! Burned!

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Lv2teach
first grade

As we were lined up for the restroom following lunch, I was giving permission to students to go in a few at a time. I usually do this by pointing and they say yes or no. One little boy said, "I don't, but I know the girl behind me does." I started to say, "That's not very polite ", but he interrupted me and said "She ate ALL her lunch and her belly is full. It needs to be emptied!" I laughed for awhile after that.

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