One of my students finally was able to make an /r/ using /i/ as a starter! We've been working on it since the beginning of last school year. I sang ,"I'm so excited" and did some "Raise the roofs". She said, "That's how I feel with a sleepover!"
The day that the above student said the /r/, she said, "I don't know what's happening, but I like it!"
One of the first grade class students were writing word on their dry erase boards that their teacher called out. As I was walking in the class, the teacher said "Hey!" and a couple of the kids asked, "The word is hay?"
From The Buckeye Speech Path:
Quote of the day, as I'm walking down the hall today. A second grader asked her teacher "Can you help me with my hair?"
Teacher: "I have a bobby pin, will that work?"
Girl: "Yes, but do you have head lice? My mom says I should always ask before I use other people's things in my hair."
Teacher: "No and if you get lice, please tell your mom it wasn't from me."
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One of my kids was talking about mustache's today-and he said, "ladies don't have mustaches." and then he looked at me and said, "Well you just have a little mustache..."