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Can You Spell 'No Peeking'?

 

Seven-year-old Aaron had just finished his spelling worksheets. He was ready for a short test.

 

"Okay, close the book," his homeschooling mother instructed. "I will say the words and you print them without looking."

You guessed it: he wrote the first word with his eyes tightly shut!

 

-- Liz Anthony, reprinted from the Home School Court Report

 

 

By Susan Darst Williams www.GoBigEd.com Class Clown 001 2006

 

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