The chances in preschool

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on May 18, 2012

in Back to School, Chances in Preschool, Choosing a preschool for your child, Professional Development

If you give a child a pitcher of juice, chances are she will spill it…

If you give a child a crayon, chances are she will scribble with it…

If you give a child a puzzle, chances are she will dump it…

If you give a child a set of paints, chances are he will mix it…

If you give a child a pile of corn seed, chances are he will scatter it…

If you give a child a length of ribbon, chances are he will knot it…

If you give a child a length of tape, chances are he will tangle it…

If you give a child an M&M to count, chances are he will taste it…

If you give a child batter to mix, chances are she will touch it…

If you give a child a bottle of glue, chances are she will waste it…

If you give a child a balloon to hold, chances are he will let go of it…

If you give a child rubber fish, chances are he will squirt it…

If you give a child a waterbead, chances are he will squish it…

If you give a child wet dirt, chances are she will step in it…

If you give a child a handful of slime, chances are she will drop it…

But the greatest chance you can take in preschool is to take no chances at all!

 

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