Don’t Mix Colors (or Words)

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Melanie asked her 5th grade students to “be honest” with their assessments.

This artist received an A+ in Not Mixing Words.

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Posted on March 26, 2013, in Miscellaneous and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.

  1. Your blog has to be one of the funniest around!

  2. This made my day when I saw it. It reminds me of several of my own surly and belligerent 5th graders. You inspired me to make a compilation of all of the funny notes and letters I have received from my students this year. Thanks for the laughs, love your blog! 🙂

  3. That’s brilliant! Thank you for being so honest art student.

  4. Just stumbled on your blog and so glad I did, hiLARious! Thank you!

  5. Melanie should get an A+ for being a good sport.
    This is hysterical.

    And I hated 5th grade art, too.

  6. This is so funny. I think if I wrote something like this back in 5th grade, my teacher would have probably failed me. lol

    ~ The Veiled Purl @ http://www.veiledpurl.wordpress.com

  7. This is hilarious! I love strong-willed kids. I’m waiting for the day when my feisty preemie (born 17 weeks early) grows up. We love his strength and feisty-ness now, but we might not like it when he’s a toddler or teenager! 🙂 Thanks for the laugh!

  8. Thats histerical, looks like something i would do!

  9. Reblogged this on landoncollard and commented:
    Is there a difference between transparency and brutal honesty? I love the simplicity at which children approach the world. Don’t always love the sting that it brings and want to coach the pursuit of love over everything but honest, transparent living is SO GOOD!

    May you live free today!

  10. Haha very funny! Also reflects the way I feel about art usually too 🙂

  11. helpfindmyniche

    This is hilarious. Honest and hilarious.

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