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  • Kim Kimmel

    Last pinner said: "How to say goodbye to a kid" .... How I would say good bye to ANYONE :)

  • Erin Woody

    Better than goodbye: We're going to use this poem for our launch at the end of the day. Everyone knows the first two lines, but I don't think they'll know the rest of it. Each day we'll add a couple lines until we know the whole thing. It's not inspirational, but it sure is fun. We could vary it as they leave, with me saying a line, and the kids responding with the next one. Later we might try writing new lines. I debated if 4th graders would think this is babyish, but it's funny enoug...

  • Kimberly Tillett

    How to say good bye... Oh, and it's, "Ciao, Ciao..." not, "Chow, chow..."!!!

  • Mellie Ro Byn

    Post this near the door to teach the kids new ways to say goodbye? Maybe a new one each week/month - a list might be overwhelming. Higher functioning kids could help generate the list.

  • Daisy Meza

    Give a hug lady bug! Take care polar bear! Out the door dinosaur! Goodbye said the fly! Use these everyday when each of my classes are done!

  • Rosaleen Bolger

    I love saying one of these to kids sometimes, instead of goodbye...

  • nohemy

    Bye bye butterfly ;) better than goodbye

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