Here's some advice from the students (aged 10-14):
- Always wear socks
- Never let anyone take over your dreams
- If you find something brown on the ground, it's probably not chocolate
- When people are nice to you, be nice back. It's like someone giving you a present and you giving one back.
- Life will be a lot easier if you mind your own business
- Never ride a shopping cart down a hill
- Go outside and do something with your life
- Keep calm; life goes on
- Mountains will crumble, oceans will freeze over, and whole cities will be destroyed
- Never take a good friend for granted
- Never leave the empty milk carton in the fridge
- If you ever love two people, go with the second one because if you really loved the first one, you wouldn't have fallen in love again
- You don't need to use two sheets of toilet paper just because it's etiquette or fancy; use what get the job done (that also applies to relationships and life choices...)
I wonder what I would say if/when my lottery came up..?
If you want to have a big brain, spend your time thinking.
If you want lots of money, spend your time working.
If you want a big heart, spend your time loving.
If you want a good body, spend your time swimming.
If you want a big family, spend your time with other people.
If you want a big soul, spend your time praying.
There is no off button there is no none of the above selection. Everything we do teachers are children something the only question is what.
- If I put my child to bed, he refuses to sleep and don't let them stay up - am I teaching him indignation.?
- If I put my child to bed, he refuses to sleep and I let him stay up - am I teaching him intolerance.?
- If I put my child to bed and he go straight to sleep in my teaching him resignation..?
"The alternative to something is not nothing, it's something else.."