Put A Wet Paper Towel on It: The Weird and Wonderful World of Primary Schools
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Some readers may struggle with the educational rant at the government chapter, but from my experience, this needs to be said! If we plot the temperature difference between the sensors it should be constant since they are sensing the same thing.
Deep soaking the seed removes germination inhibitors (which happens in nature with rain and wind), and provides the moisture levels needed to trigger germination.
After questioning, the boy proudly exclaimed that he had been asked to do a special job and he was waiting for a long stand! The writing is lively, works on the ear, but it wants the style, the pictures, and the characterisations that please the eye.
They listy various types of personalities that you can find amongst teachers, students and also parents. I think the style is more suited to the Podcasts they keep mentioning, or an audio book, but not to written prose.
I really enjoyed reading about the different types of teachers, their positives, their quirks and everything in between. They’re right that the school do use paper towels for all sorts of injuries – there’s been many a time over the years that one of the kids has come out of school at the end of the day holding a wet paper towel over a random injury that they’ve acquired that day.
I will admit I gave up on this book as it was not like I thought it would be and could have done with some severe editing or decisions on what it actually wanted to be.