Thursday, December 13, 2012

Adults Should Learn From Kids

What do you think? 


  1. Dear, class
    I totally think it would be cool if kids and adults both worked together because kids have the imagination while adults help build together the stuff that the kids think:)
    Sincerely, Austin

  2. Dear, class
    I think kids would be good rulers because there one of the best people to explore new stuff.
    From, Oscar

  3. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    One day we will be in charges. But if we don’t can you gave us one please. I think the whole classes want to be in charges for one day only. PLEASE. Okay now Merry Christmas and a happy new year.

  4. Dear Mr. Pahl,
    That girl is brave for going in front of adults and saying we should be in charge for once. Like the glass museum in Tacoma Washington they let kids draw pitchers of things and then they make them.
    From , Xavier

  5. Dear Mr. Pahl, I think the kid shod take over the world I. think that is a awesome idea. from,Sean

  6. Dear Class,
    I think that that is true, adults should learn from kids. Because kids could have great ideas. But what if kids weren’t allowed to teach adults?

  7. Dear Mr. Pahl, I think she was very brave. She made a really good point about her topic that adults should learn from kids

  8. Dear Class,
    I wonder what would happened if kids did take over or teach adults?
    Sincerely, Devin

  9. Dear Avery,
    I agree with you. If kids were in charge of adults it woud maybe go good sometimes. Other times....

  10. Dear Class,
    That girl has some wonderful things to say. Adults should listen to kids but adults should have some say to.
    From, Claire


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