. Regurgitated Alpha Bits: Sweet Life

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Sweet Life

At the end of each day, I choose one student to receive a red licorice. The name is kept secret and only revealed if the child packs up silently and gets in line without a peep. Since it could be anyone, they all line up quietly in the hopes they are the one. 


After handing out the licorice today, a kid said: 

"Why is it called licorice? You don't lick them. They should be cheworice. Ice cream cones should be called licorice."

Good point, young man. Good point. 

6 comments:

Melissa Snobl said...

I am new to reading your blog and I want to thank you for sharing your stories! I was laughing so hard that my son came in the room to see what I was looking at (he loved your stories and videos too). I am just finishing my B.S. in education and I will student teach this fall. I can't wait to have my own stories!

Edna Lee said...

Thank you very much, Melissa. You are too kind. Let me know when you're ready to share your stories too. I'd love to read them!

Esme Harries said...

Hi Edna

Your blog is brilliant! I have been giggling away for quite a while reading what you have to say.
I am a first year teacher and start my new job in a week (Hooray!).
I myself am very honest...much to others dismay ;), so it was refreshing to read how you wrote.

I have just started up a blog of my own, would love for you to read it!

www.ateachersnotion.com

I have only just started so would love your comments and some advice on starting up a blog etc.

All the best!
Esme x

Edna Lee said...

Thank you for the kind words and personal invitation to read your blog. I look forward to it. Best of luck as you dive in to your first year. Teaching really is the greatest job in the world. Savor it, even when it's difficult. :-)

Dawn Garrett said...

I love your stories from the classroom. I am currently seeking my teaching degree but have taught in a Head Start classroom the last ten years. I can so relate to your blog. Thanks for a good laugh!

Edna Lee said...

What lovely words, Dawn. Thank you! Best of luck to you as you get your teaching degree.