"Okay, let’s do this." As the three year old stares intently at his bowl.
"I’m going to set my snowflakes out so people know I’m really good at snowflaking!"
Other teacher: How high can you jump?
Kid 1: Really high! I can jump to space all the way to the MOON!!
Kid 2: You can’t do that. It’s impossible.
Kid: Ms Nicole, I have a tape that goes with this shirt.
Kid: A tape.
Me: A CAPE?
Kid: Yeah, a tape.
Kid: … I have something red that goes with this shirt.
"You know, sometimes when people die they don’t turn into zombies."
kid: Who created grindylows?
me: J.K. Rowling.
kid: Is he mean?
me: It’s a she.
kid: She should sell them, they’re mean!
And realizing one of the kids brought in the Rolling Stones Book of Love and was sharing it with his friends before nap time.
kid: “Thirty is a really huge number!”
me: “No it’s not kid. Take that back.”
"Look! It’s the Statue of Liberty! And he’s holding a iPad!"
There is so much wrong with this statement.