Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Diagram

My student teacher did non-fiction writing with the students. They all got to choose an animal and then study about and write a report on that animal. On the last page of their reports they were suppose to draw a diagram of the animal - as part of the curriculum. They were suppose to put as many parts of the animal as they could think of.

This one turned out pretty cute:

Notice anything 'interesting' about this one?

Don't worry... we had him change it to a brown path running under the dog.



5 comments:

Ashley Jane said...

Did a girl draw that? Cam wants to know. ha! He is convinced that girls are the only ones that know "proper names"

xantogal said...

Wow. Can we assume the parents taught that child the correct word? That's hilarious!!
bortfulf: how you would say "both full" if your mouth were full of food (and your tummy).

Kristina said...

I'm still laughing about that one and I saw it a week ago! I love it!! You'd better be careful what you ask those first graders to do. :)

Stephanie Saunders said...

That sounds like something Taylor would do. Except he would call it a "pee-pee." People say that you're supposed to teach them the correct terminology so they don't feel like they have to be ashamed of it. But I'd much rather have my kid running around the house yelling peepee than, well, the real names. Thankfully he doesn't actually do that. But I wouldn't put it past Erik....

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