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1. Flies on a Log
Beth Vorhees of public TV fame said her daughter, Diana, a third-grader, was to give a demonstration speech at school. She planned to demonstrate how to make “Flies on a Log” which consists of peanut butter spread on a stalk of celery with raisins on it.
The morning of her speech, Diana took out everything she needed and put it on the kitchen counter, ready to take it to school. Unfortunately, when the girl and her mother left for school, they forgot to take the items.
Diana’s mother dropped her off and went home to get the stuff.
The celery was gone. The raisins were gone. The peanut butter had been put away.
“Oh,” said Diana’s father. “I had that stuff for breakfast.”
Diana’s faithful mother rushed to gather up more ingredients and rush them to school with an apology to the teacher and an explanation of what happened.
“Gee,” said Diana’s teacher, “that’s a first — ‘My dad ate my homework.
2. A Following Person
A teacher was sitting at her desk grading papers when her first-grade class came back from lunch. Alice informed the teacher, “Paul has to go to the principal’s office.”
“I wonder why,” the teacher mused.
“Because he’s a following person,” Alice replied.
“A what?” the teacher asked.
“It came over the loudspeaker: ‘The following persons are to go to the office.'”
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3. Henry Ford
The fourth-grade class was studying the development of the auto industry. The teacher had emphasized the role played
by Henry Ford, whose assembly lines decreased production costs.
At the end of the unit, she gave a test including the question: “What did Henry Ford invent that made buying a car more affordable?”
One of the students wrote: “0% financing.”
4. Worker Ants
The teacher was giving her class of seven-year-olds a natural history lesson. “Worker ants,” she told them, “can carry pieces of food five times their own weight. What do you conclude from that?”
One child was ready with the answer: “They don’t have a union.”