second grade silliness

At the carpet for math working on a group problem. Child A is burping frequently.

Ms. R: Child A, could you please stop burping.

Child A: Ok, maybe.

Burping continues.

Ms. R: Child A, please use your manners and stop burping.

Child A: I don’t have any manners.

Ms. R: You could have some manners. It would be a good idea.

Child A: Ms. R, I am NOT that kid.

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One response to “second grade silliness

  1. Hmmm, I wonder if Child A is the younger sibling of my Problem Child #2 who constantly sings and whistles. I’ve looked right at him, sitting 5 feet away, so I can see his mouth and hear his voice, yet he denies it’s him. Then the other kids tell on him. 😉

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