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  1. I inferred that you were using hyperbole! Don't worry! Thanks for the handy-dandy tool tips. And just to be clear, I SHOULDN'T poke holes in things with scissors, right?
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  2. Well, if you are the teacher you can poke the holes! Just don't let the kids see you doing it! Besides the pointed end of scissors is the perfect tool to use when un-jamming a stapler, right? Thanks for visiting!

  3. Thanks Kerry! It was fun to write and sadly, it's all true! Kids are a little nuts when it comes to poking holes and cutting things!

  4. Another "teacher"tool I use all the time as the hot glue gun. It holds things together the best so glad I found another stem teacher out there! What grades do you teach?

  5. Oh definitely! I use my glue gun a lot and do sometimes use them with fifth graders. I have low temp guns that they can use. My STEM Lab is grades 3-5. Thanks for visiting!

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