10/11/11

It's like Groundhog Day. (Only more painful and the players are 5.)







As I prepare for Show and Hell tomorrow, I can’t help but think about Professor Kim.  (Sigh.)  I miss that little rascal.  (I'm sure he's preparing his speech for when he's the valedictorian.)



Boys and girls, today at kindergarten show and tell we need to be very good listeners. Okay, Let’s get started.


Janie: This is my doll. She is my favorite and I sleep with her. I love her dress because it’s pink.


Carol: This is my sister’s blanket. Don’t touch it though; it still has her boogers on it. (Notice the semi-colon people, are you impressed?)


Haley: This is my Barbie mermaid. I love her. I sleep with her. My mommy got her at Wal-mart.


Jack: This is my Bakogaon. It sticks to metal. I have a hundred of them at home. I got them at Wal-mart.


Jay-Han: This is my encyclopedia on Egyptology. It is extremely informative and it is my favorite thing to read. This photograph is of the Pyramids that are on the Nile River, the largest river in the world. The ancient Egyptians who constructed them used hieroglyphics to write on them. Also, if you were alive then you would NOT want to live in the pyramids, as they are extremely hot and uncomfortable. Any questions?



Silence.




Me:  Well, thank you Professor Kim! That was amazingly informative. Next?






13 comments:

Brian Miller said...

hehe...he probably eats crayons when no one is looking...

Helena Halme said...

'Show and Hell' I love it. And Professor Kim, I rememebr a few of those form my son's school career. Great post. xx

The Empress said...

Oh.

That explains a lot.

I was Professor Kim.

*eyes opening with insight* and not figurative

Mrs. D-Zo said...

Hah! I was definitely more of a Professor Kim myself. I vividly recall chastising another 1st grader who was talking about jumping on the white fluffy clouds! My response? "You can't do that. They're made out of gas. You'd fall right through."

Very popular kid over here.

Ellie Mae said...

Hahaha! Silence. Love it.

One of my sons, actually maybe 2 of them, were a Professor Kim. My 11-yr-old just spouts random facts-usually science, his favorite subject-on a regular basis. So cute.

Joanna Jenkins said...

Good luck with Professor Kim. That one will keep you on your toes. Then again, if you ask the good Prof. to talk maybe the other kids will fall asleep and you'll get some peace and quiet :-)

Desert Songbird said...

Heh. My son is a professor. He's a baffling one. His teachers always say to me, "What (fill in the current age) speaks like that?"

Mine. :-D

Kate Hanley said...

That's great! I know quite a few professor kim's. The ones that got to me were the ones who were over for a playdate with one of my children but who would follow me around spouting facts until I paid attention. Ah good times!

LOLA said...

Oh dear. My daughter was a professor kim. Now she's a mathematician.

Love,
Lola

Mya Maternity said...

Show and Hell!! I love that.

Lynn MacDonald said...

No matter what kind of day i'm having, these little stories always make me laugh.

I love them...i never really appreciated my kids when they were little i guess.

Lorraine said...

Yes, but does he sleep with it?

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