Saturday, July 16, 2011

Out of the Mouths Of Babes Linky Party

I'm linking up with Mel D. at Oh The Places We'll Go Teacher Resources to share some funny "Out of the Mouth's of Babes" stories. Check it out and share your funny story too!!

My all time best story took place in my 3rd year of teaching. I was in Kindergarten at that time. It just so happened to be a day when I was being observed by my Assistant Principal. I was teaching the letter "N", and I was showing kids cards that begin with the letter "N". Pretty basic beginning of the year stuff. I held up a card of a walnut and said "N...nnnnnut", and then all of the sudden this very sweet, but very unfiltered little boy named Ralphie shouts out, "HAHAHA.... NUTS!!! Like the two that are attached to your wiener!!!!" I almost peed in my pants and died on the spot, but I kept my composure and gave Ralphie a gentle reminder of remembering to raise his hand, and to only talk about things that are appropriate. Fortunately, my A.P. had a great sense of humor, and thought that was one of the best things she had ever heard from a Kindergartner. Gotta love the little ones!!

Oh, the memories!!!
Happy Blogging!!


  1. Thanks for joining the linky party! Your story just made me LMAO! Leave it to those boys!
    Peace, Mel D
    Oh the Places We’ll Go

  2. That was wonderful! I went around sharing with everyone around me. :)

    Ms. M
    Ms.M's Blog
    A Teacher's Plan

  3. Awe... thanks ladies!! Even though it was 7 years ago, I remember it like it was yesterday!! =)

  4. A similar experience happened in a first grade at my mom's school... they were learning -all words and a boy with a speech impediment said "baw..baws" and the teacher gave him a funny look, he proceeded to say "baw Mrs S, you know.. like my brother shave his baws" (balls) hahaha so inappropriate, but I died when she told me!

  5. OH my gosh! I am rolling!! That is hilarious!

  6. Several years ago, when I was teaching Kinder I was walking my kids from their waiting area in the morning. I was walking at the end of the line and I could see at the front of the line the little girl, who held that coveted job of line leader that week, kept turning around and saying something mean to the child behind her She did this about 4 times before I could make my way to the front of the line and every time she did it the child behind her would turn around and look at me with a very confused look on his face. By the time I made it to the front of the line I could hear what she was snapping... she kept turning around and and saying "quit following me!" LOL


  7. I had a Kindergarten student who visited the restroom 9 times in one day. My assistant let me know, so I followed him the 9th time. He was lolly-gagging down the hall, whistling. When he realized I was behind him he knew he'd messed up. I listened to see if he really needed to go...heard him straining. Then, I informed him he'd better have a good reason for all these trips to the toilet. He came up to me about 10 minutes later (during naptime) and said, "I got to go P*** so much cause I only got one nut!" I nearly wet my pants, left the class, and my assistant followed me out of the class to check out all the laughter (two other teachers were in the hall laughing with me).


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