A Child’s Perspective
It was the end of a long, busy day in my third grade classroom. Children were busily getting ready to go home.
“Be sure to put your chairs on top of your desks and pick up any debris that you see,” I reminded.
Bobby looked puzzled. “What’s debris?” he said.
“Debris is leftover stuff,” was my impromptu reply. I glanced at him to see if he heard me.
“Oh yeah,” he said with understanding spreading across his face. “My mom fixes debris for
(Yes, this actually happened in my classroom. Reprinted from my book Teachers Touch Eternity).