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By GhettoBeast - / Tuesday 8 September 2009 04:42 / New Zealand
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By  GreenAlbatross  |  3

Try to explain it to him. Be nice. Kids are forgiving when you can own up to your mistakes. And for future reference, a better response would be: "That was quite a fall. Are you okay?" in a calm, caring voice.You being scared makes them scared.

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By  picturetaker  |  0

YDI for making a scene about it. it's a child!

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  shmoop  |  0

True, but some schools have more than one class per year, so she could have been supervising a play with children who weren't in her class, so she hadn't met yet.

By  GreenAlbatross  |  3

Try to explain it to him. Be nice. Kids are forgiving when you can own up to your mistakes. And for future reference, a better response would be: "That was quite a fall. Are you okay?" in a calm, caring voice.You being scared makes them scared.

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Yeah okay mommy! I'll remember that next time. NOW SUCK MY DICK BITCH

By  Zomlette  |  0

Even if he hadn't had a large birthmark, screaming "OH GOD, YOUR FACE!" is just going to freak him out more. I understand it was your first day and you were probably on edge, but come on. If you stay calm, he'll stay calm, you can get them bandaged up and back out on the playground to fall again in no time.

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