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Strange gifts, I don't know how to post on the original topic...

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Dieselzo, Jul 23, 2011.

  1. Mine was a broken fairy ornament at Easter and then a towel turban thing that smelt really badly of smoke...
    It was from such a lovely gran though.
    I love the cards and random pictures the kids make too. I was giving some of the class stickers for being well behaved and working well in Phonics and one little boy comes up and gives me a picture of a house he made. I said 'Thanks it's lovely!'
    He said 'You're welcome, can I have a sticker?'
    I just had to give him one!!! Lol! [​IMG]
     
  2. Sillow

    Sillow Lead commenter

    To post on another topic, go to the last post on that thread (or any post, really, but I normally use the last one) and click on the 'Reply' button near the photo and username, on the right above the actual message in that post. On the next screen, type your message in the box (the post you are 'replying' to will appear above but don't worry about that) and click 'Post'.
     

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