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This week we read and wrote animals riddles in 2nd grade. Here is one of them.
Apparently, my eyelashes are like a horses! Not sure if that's a good or bad thing! lol

Here are two cute stories - enjoy!
* After being called Miss Kidd by one of my first graders, another one says: "You tricked him!" Yes, the only reason I changed my name was to trick people! lol

* My third graders were drawing missing parts to animals and the fish was missing his fins. When I informed the one student that she was missing fins on her fish, she said, "I don't know this. I only find fish on the plate!"

:)

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  1. Told you! Your eyelashes are THE BOMB!

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  2. Mrs. Ring ... you tricky person, you!

    AAAAHHHH - fish on a plate - YUCK! That is too funny!

    Speaking of fish - what's with the fish on your blog?!

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  3. Love it!! Such amusing stories!! Thanks for sharing!
    Love ya, Laura

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