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when i was about 4 my grandpa would always take me to the school playgroud between breaks and i always thought that it was a prison (i suppose my guess was close enough!!!)
In my first PE class at my primary school there was a boy that thought that to get changed for PE we had to take all our clothes off. Now all the pupils from my former class are traumatized!
In first grade a boy told me that he could see girls naked with his microscope lens. I beleived it for years.
i used to think that the four years of college were also known as the 13th, 14th, 15th, and 16th grades.
When I was in Kindergarten, I went to the first grade class for reading because my reading level was too high for all the Kindergarten reading books. We would do these dumb little packets every week with questions about the story and vocabulary and all that junk. I would always make 100's. A few times, though, I would make 99's or 98's. I would be so scared that if my parents found out that I didn't make a hundred, they would yell at me and spank me. So I would throw the 99's and 98's away, never to be seen by my parents.
When I first went to school the boys bathroom was right next to our homeroom and the girl's was around the hall. I didnt know that the bathrooms were seperate so I tried to go in the boys and my teacher yelled at me. I didnt understand why I couldnt untill quite a while afterwords.
Before I went to school my sister tried to explain what it was. I thought that it was just one big room and hundreds of kids of all grades stood there while a teacher stood on a stage type thing a taught.
When i was in primary school we had to sing the National Anthem at Assembly.I was never actually taught the words so you had to follow everyone else's words and I thort I was singing the verse right until my mum corrected me one day. In the verse where it goes
"Our land abounds in nature's gifts" i used to sing "our land arounds in nature strips" i guess it describes the urban areas!!
in math class, the teacher would always write on the overhead, n when it became covered with marker, shed pull out her bottle 2 spray it n wipe it off. 4 awhile, i thought it was some poisonous fluid n i was so afraid 2 touch it. i had no clue that it was just water
when i was little i thought that school was just a place where a bunch of kids sat down and the teacher told them random facts and they went home. psh i wish
My sister is eight years older than me and when i enter Kindergarden she told me not to use the bathrooms because all the kids wipped their snot on the walls of the bathroom, so i remember i wouldn't even go into the bathroom during school.
Before I was 4 years old, I was a very spoiled child. So when it came time to go to pre-kindergarten and we had to clean up our toys I was shocked, but to make it fun we sang this song. I used to believe that everytimg you had to clean up something, you had to sing the song. So when I entered kindergarten and the teacher said it is time to clean up, I started to sing to song, I got some dirty looks from the other children.
When I was in preschool, there was a pretend clock in the room. The hands never moved. Our teacher said if we didn't look at it, it would move. I believed her and I used to always peek at it out of the corner of my eye, thinking it wouldn't know I was looking and the hands would move.
When we explained to our son that he would be starting school soon, he asked how long he had to stay there. We explained he would go to school until he was about 16. He started to cry - he didn't realise he would come home every afternoon- he thought he had to stay at the school until he was 16
when i was in about 4th grade, i was certain that three of the guys from my class were living outside my window every nite. i was always really afraid that they were watching me, so i had to change in the closet, and put a sheet over my window
The lady who babysat me as a kid had three older kids of her own. I remember her once asking her daughter what she had learned in school that day. The daughter replied, "I learned that X equals 7!" I became convinced then, that all letters corresponded with numbers and this was something you had to memorize when you were in the higher grades. I spent the rest of the day wondering what number "A" was.
Funny thing is, I told my husband about this and he had a very similar experience after asking someone what "Algebra" was!
me & my mate were about 14 or 15 and had to take the class register back to the staffroom. as we were sauntering along the corridoor my mate turned to me and said imagine if the register was blue instead of red, everyone would call it a blue chester. yes it took some time to explain is was a reg ister and not a redchester
In kindergartern we were told by the "big kids" that if we got sent to the office, we'd get spanked with an electric paddle
when i was in elementary school i always thought it was a place to put your kids when you got tired of them and when you wanted them back you would pick them up
When I was in the first grade my teacher was teaching the class about our personal space. She asked us where a place that people shouldn't touch us is. I replied that people shouldn't stick their fingers in other people's nose.