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You can do this. All kids have their sets of problems and once you get emotionally connected with these kids, they'll love you whenever you walk into class screaming your name with excitement and joy. Stay content at this moment because the future is what holds the truth

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You can do this. All kids have their sets of problems and once you get emotionally connected with these kids, they'll love you whenever you walk into class screaming your name with excitement and joy. Stay content at this moment because the future is what holds the truth

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Haha yes! I was waiting to finish reading it and see something about "12th graders!" No age given so I guess we just assume the worst LOL!

This all depends on the age group. Under 7, this would make sense and would be something that OP should be prepared to deal with. 10+ this would be a huge FML unless it was the special education class.

First day is always rough, OP, especially when you're working with kids. You'll get used to it before you know it though. Good luck! (:

By  Emyka

Assuming you are teacher kindergarden, this is your life now. From one fellow teacher to another, not all days are going to be like this but a lot of them well. It is a tough job and it is exhausting. But if you are made for it, it's the best job ever and worth every second. You'll soon love every one of your little shits from the very bottom of your heart and miss them forever when they leave kindergarden. Hang in there, you got this.

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#12, what can I say, they are little shits sometimes. Doesn't mean I don't love my job and certainly doesn't mean I don't love them as if they were my own.

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Your English is leagues better than any of my American born-and-raised students' ever was. I taught high school and college.

Pretend all the chillens are puppies. That will make them more tolerable. And if you keep strong and channel your inner puppy (read: kid), who knows, maybe you will become the Cesar Milan of children. Only... don't make loud noises at then or tap then in the ribs with your foot to make them behave. Maybe be a mixture of Cesar Milan and Shaggy from Scooby-Doo.

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