Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Not Me!

"Who are the owners of all these socks?" questioned Mrs McKenzie.

"Not me," declared every child in B4.












Hmmm, really?

15 comments:

  1. Dear Mrs. mikenzie not me
    is it yours?
    was it in the class?

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  2. The Springston Explorers have the same problem!
    Does anyone have any ideas to solve this problem in our cloakrooms?!

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  3. Mrs McKenzie and class B4October 20, 2010 at 8:56 PM

    Dear Mrs Watson
    I remember long ago when I was a child my mum used to name every single item that we wore to school. She used to sew in labels to jerseys and tops, and we would have to go back to school that very day if we left something behind.
    But at least most of our children have their polar fleece tops named, as they are all the same colour! I guess that is the downside of having a uniform.
    from Mrs McKenzie

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  4. Mrs McKenzie
    We are just heading into Summer, as you are and all students at our school are required to have a Sun Hat, these are very important for the students but making sure that everyone has the correct hat can be a bit tricky sometimes! Also we have always got a huge amount of lost property at school, I liked the fact that most of the socks seemed to have a pair, so I am sure finding a home for them won't be a problem!
    Mr Webb and Room 8, Melville Intermediate, Hamilton, Waikato.

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  5. Yes labeling stuff does help alot! We have our polerfleeces and sunhats labeled but our socks have missed out on that!
    I hope the socks find homes!

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  6. Dear Mrs McKenzie and B4,

    Oh boy, that is a lot of socks!

    I'm curious - why have the students been taking their socks off? We always have a lot of jumpers in lost property but not socks :)

    Happy sock hunting!
    Miss McGeady

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  7. Mrs McKenzie and class B4October 21, 2010 at 9:31 PM

    Dear Miss McGeady
    We grow kids tough in New Zealand!
    We enforce shoes on in the two winter terms, but as soon as it is Term 4 they all complain about hot feet and the shoes and socks come off as soon as possible.
    They do have to watch out for bees in the summer, and a few prickles, and the occasional stubbed toe.
    Does your school allow shoes off?

    from Mrs McKenzie

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  8. Dear Mrs. McKenzie and B4,

    This post really made me smile! Our students have to wear their shoes all year long, but even still we end up with stray socks (certainly, not as many as you have though).

    It is really interesting that your students can go without shoes. I know there are many in my class that would enjoy that, even though we don't have the weather for it here.

    Mrs. W

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  9. I had 3 pairs of socks.

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  10. Do you no who thease socks beloing to ?

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  11. Dear Mrs Mckenzie and B4,
    Where did you find the socks? It looks like you guys have been bize. Do you remember us?

    From Jordan

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  12. Dear Mrs Mckenzie
    Who do all those socks belong to?
    Hope you find out.

    Talk to you soon,
    Your friend Sahara

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  13. Mrs McKenzie and class B4October 28, 2010 at 8:15 AM

    Dear Sahara and Jordan
    I found all those socks in the box where we keep all our class balls. When the children take their shoes and socks off they put them by our door, beside the ball box, and then at home time they put on their shoes but not their socks.

    Most of the socks have been taken home now!

    We do remember you Jordan, and we are looking forward to skyping with you next week.

    from Mrs M♔Kenzie

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  14. On Tristan's Birthday we will play hide and seek we will play Tag then we will suing Happy Birthday and we will go to bad in the mrning we will go to school By Ganda

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  15. I like going to School coz It is fun and it is for larning staf or animals and we will have play time By Ganda

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