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Thread: The New Teacher

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    Senior Member Sew N Tune's Avatar
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    How very clever...
    The one who dies with the most fabric wins.

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    A funny one!

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    That a good one!
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    I need a good trick like that for the start of school (I teach middle school) in August. Please PM me with any great ideas!
    Mistakes are just opportunities to invent a new quilting technique!

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    Love it, some kids will try you on and do whatever they can get away with.

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    WOW--where was he when my rowdy son was in school-
    I barely survived his school years-but now I get to watch his gray hairs grow with 3 rowdies in school at the same time -I never wished this on him but I am enjoying it all the same : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitchit123 View Post
    WOW--where was he when my rowdy son was in school-
    I barely survived his school years-but now I get to watch his gray hairs grow with 3 rowdies in school at the same time -I never wished this on him but I am enjoying it all the same : )
    I always told my son that he would get children just like him. And he did-he called it a curse-maybe it was!

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    that'll do it every time!!!!!!! way to go

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    Love it! Maybe new teachers could put a metal plate under their shirts and do this. Hmmmmmm.........................

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