A recent tutoring session involved the following:
(I don't have a picture of our first item)
One of the nannies was telling me that Student needed to brush his teeth. So apparently, because he wouldn't listen to her, somehow I would be able to get him to brush his teeth. Her assumption worked, because teeth were cleaned. Check. Thus ends lesson number one.
Next up, Student spilled an entire can of soda on the study room floor. (Literally the ENTIRE can. I watched him take one sip, then during the teeth brushing conversation with the nanny, can down).
Next lesson of the day, learning how to clean up liquid off of the floor. Check.
He really likes this book!
Times up. We clean up our things and learn to put the book on the shelf. The pencil goes back into hiding until our next class (who knew pencils could be so valuable?).