lol. someone have an accident? ewww.
Aww. I know how you feel. One of our little boys (Indian) doesn't think he can use the bathroom in our room unless he asks- and he doesn't like to ask. LOL!!
As a Peds nurse, that was always one of the first questions on all our admissions. VERY important info for any kid but especially if they can't speak English...
Hope you guys have a clothing exchange box in the classroom!!! That would be one important word!! Poor kid!
Hi Vodka Mom, and thanks for the new vocabulary word "disausted" must mean both disgusted and exhausted. Get some rest, feel better, come visit me, and see ya tomorrow!Secretia
lol.....so funny...at least for those of us reading this, maybe not so much for the kids who cant say the word..;)
My Niece used to just scream "PEE'S COMIN' OUT!'I mean, whichever is easier.
AW! Who was the unfortunate no doubt the immportance of the potty room~
Very true my friend. Very true!
Funny, hope there were no accidents.xx
I'm guessing the 'visual' may be the same in every language... You know, the grabbing of the crotch along with the potty dance?I've only had one accident so far this year. Phew.
El Bano, baby, or the water closet, or better yet, the loo.All sound much more romantic than the American "restroom."
It's THE word you should learn in any language no matter where you go.
Surely it isn't that important. If they are standing there in that 'small kid busting' knees-together sort of way, with a pained expression on their face then you should be able to hazard a guess. Then in the meantime you can teach them more important words like 'football' and 'beer'.
Yes I couldn't agree more!
You are a wise woman!!
Hmmmm. I think I, er, smell an accident.
I think I read that in "A Dummy's Guide to Living in the US"
Now you can't argue with that universal truth, can ya???
When my kids entered preschool, that was one of the questions we had to answer - how do they let you know they need to use the bathroom? Seems like it might be a useful question in kindergarten, too...
That certainly has merit....
Wow. How do you even teach them if they don't know English?
Oh, LOL! Sorry, I am laughihg ag the "How do you teach them if they don't know English?" question. Welcome to the world of a teacher! Try 6th grade social studies with a japanese speaker! Good thing we love 'em.Also, I believe the pee-pee dance is universally recognized.
Ah... the things we take for granted. I'll bet bathroom is on your kindergarten word wall now, isn't it?
However, they invariably learn "accident" first.
Haha..this sounds like wise "hindsight" advice.
So true :). I must always know where the closet bathroom or "loo" is. It's a very important room in a home, business, or on the road!
Great advice!!! Years ago I worked in a day care centre in a high immigrant area of Toronto... this was definitely the first word we taught!!!Love your blog - I noticed your comment on another blog and LOVED your blog name so i had to visit!!!Will be back!!!All the bestHolli in Ghana
I missed the first day of kindergarten and peed out by the school buses until I was caught. I didn't know where the bathrooms were and was too scared to ask.
Bless you for what you do! I'm having a hard enough time training a stubborn English speaking three year old to let me know when she needs to go to the bathroom. I don't envy you!
My ex-brother in law travels A LOT internationally. He knows how to say "I'll have a beer" and "He's paying" in a gzillion languages. Hopefully he can ask for the bathroom, too!
Sometimes this sort of advice can only be dispensed after a bit of experience...You can find some paper towels under the sink ;)
Genius!That must be so scary for that kid.
too funny. What a horrible thing to not be able to communicate! bathroom should have a universal word like "minibars" do.
Isn't there an international sign language option?
Start with the basics!
My daughter's Kindergarten teacher has them put their hand in the air, make a fist and shake it back and forth. I don't know if it's correct sign language but it seems to work for everyone.
isn't there a universal dance?
"Bathroom."Absolutely the easiest question a teacher will ever answer.
"Wo ist die Toiletten?! Schnell, schnell!"How do you "oops" in Arabic?
yup... should be an international phrase
ou est la bibliotheque? Oh no, that's the library. *sigh* That won't help.
They're clever. I bet they could also master "bring your teacher chocolate."
Ha...yeah that might be an important one for them to know. That and vomit.LOL
Definitely.... although sign language and crossed legs is often just as effective.
Oh... I hope they did not pee on your floor!!
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You will definately teach this word after you have to clean up a "mess".
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