Ask Guggi

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Dear Guggi Fans,

This issue we asked for adults to write to Guggi. Thank you for your questions! But some of the questions could not be answered by Guggi because Guggi is created by kids for kids to read, so if we didn’t answer your question, please ask Ms. Creash for the answer.

 

Dear Guggi,

My students keep on writing on their desks. It makes our class look so sloppy! How can I get them to keep them clean?

From,

Ms. Cleaning Lady

 

Dear Ms. Cleaning Lady,

Why don’t you have desk clean-up every few days or make a policy that anyone who draws or writes on their desk has to clean it off?

 From,

Guggi,

 

Dear Guggi,

How can we remind students to bring in their instruments on the day of their lesson?

 From,

Forgetful

 

Dear Forgetful,

Why don’t you tell the students that they are only punishing themselves by forgetting their instruments and they won’t learn as fast?

 From,

Guggi

 

Dear Guggi,

My son feels left out at recess. He would like to play ball with the other boys, but he is too shy to ask to join in. Do you have any suggestions?

 From,

Worried Mother

 

Dear Worried Mother,

Maybe you should tell your son he should try to play and if the boys say no he can go to a teacher. He can also ask one of his friends who plays before the game begins.

 From,

Guggi

 

Dear Guggi,

Is there a behavior code for the students at Guggenheim? Do the children know about it, if there is one?

 From,

Queries Parent

 

Dear Queries Parent,

Yes, there is a behavior code at Guggenheim. The children know the rules from it because they learn it from everyone: their teachers, the administrators, and the paraprofessionals.

 From,

Guggi

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