Yes, there are times they can put in more effort on their work or stop with the chitter chatter when I stop talking for 30 seconds, but I love them all.
They've already earned 46 hallway compliments this year!
The best/worst part of it all is that I will "get on" to them about something and they either THANK me or APOLOGIZE sincerely!
Me at recess: DARLING #1 COME HERE PLEASE!
Darling #1: Yes, Ms. Buckler?
Me: It is not safe to play tag at the very top of slide. Please play tag in the grass.
Darling #1: Oh, you're right. I forgot. I'm sorry. Thank you for reminding me.
Not even kidding!
Me during centers: DARLING #2 PLEASE COME HERE!
Darling #2: Yes ma'am?
Me: I did not hear a win-win solution to the problem that just came up over there. Can you please work with your partner to find an appropriate solution?
Darling #2: Oh certainly. I'm sorry I wasn't thinking like a leader. I should go apologize for the way I talked to my partner.
I can't make this stuff up! This set of kids is fabulous and come from fabulous families.
The examples they come up with when we are talking about the 7 Habits of Happy kids could bring tears to your eyes.
Here are some further examples of sweetness.
**These are real children. Not actors. They were not reimbursed for their testimonies.**
|The words in this include: amazing, nice, person, pretty. Interpret as you'd like.|
|Her grade was not based on that note.|