The First Day of School: Two Differing Accounts

According to Sutton:

  • There were 2 kids in their class.  No… 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20.  20 kids.  No, 2 kids.
  • They sang “You Are the Music in Me” from High School Musical 2.
  • They read a book about a hedgehog, but “the bee didn’t like him.  The bee thought the hedgehog story was too silly, so he left the room talking about wonderful things.”
  • The teacher told her to sit down.  She got in big, big trouble.
  • She played with the kitchen.  She made some chips, and she gave them to everyone.
  • They went on the playground and she climbed up a tree, but a little boy said, “No, you can’t climb up a tree, because it’s too dangerous!”  That was not nice.
  • They had a dinner of pretzels and apple juice.  It was yummy.
  • There were kids named Charlotte, Sienna and Quensin.  “You mean Quentin?”  “No.  Quensin.”

According to Bennett:

  • There were 5 kids in their class.
  • They did not sing “You Are the Music in Me” from High School Musical 2.
  • They read a book about a raccoon who kissed a mother on the mouth.  It was called The Wubby Book.  The little kids didn’t like that book.  They cried.  [The part with the bee happened the way Sutton described it.]
  • He played with “the food kitchen”.  He played with some chips.
  • They went on the playground and played on the slide.  Only one slide.
  • They had a snack of pretzels and drinks.
  • There were kids named Peepee and Poopoo.

(Psst! Thanks, Google!)

29 comments on “The First Day of School: Two Differing Accounts

  1. First, you are totally feeding my desire for twins, and I don’t think my partner would thank you for that! 🙂

    Second, I love “The Kissing Hand”! It’s one of the children’s books we bought just in case it went out of print before we get to have kids.

  2. Love it! I get to spend an hour a day in kindergarten and really, I love it. It is a break from the big kids and I especially love getting to read to the kids. I read a Dr Seuss today called, There’s A Wocket in my Pocket. I can only imagine what the kids told their parents about the crazy story Mrs Turner told them!

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