What NOT To Do On Your First Day Of School

The first day of school is tough for everybody—new class, new teacher, new everything! Check out some basic no-nos you want to avoid on your first day in Kidzworld’s What NOT To Do On Your First Day Of School. Back to Article

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lonnie123 wrote:
2014-08-23 12:04:47 -0700

Lo 5,2,1 I don't do I never will lol

CherrytheSkylyn wrote:
2014-07-17 01:47:27 -0700

Wish I'd known about 4 back when I started 6th grade...

elisalizzy12 wrote:
2014-07-16 17:31:36 -0700

lol thats true

allen wrote:
2014-07-16 10:18:48 -0700

I can't remember by first day back at school....except Kindergarten. Weird.

Kaleey wrote:
2014-07-15 23:08:05 -0700

Thts gross

mufasa402 wrote:
2014-07-15 21:56:59 -0700

lol kmu

kevin11mustangGT wrote:
2014-07-15 21:40:23 -0700

i just go to class and hopefull its over thats all

-BlueSkies- wrote:
2014-07-15 21:38:40 -0700

Haha, nice.

Gingerkissx wrote:
2014-07-15 21:27:24 -0700

The most important thing to do on your first day, is to leap onto your teacher's desk and bust out your favourite moves.

american_brit wrote:
2014-07-15 16:46:46 -0700

There are A LOT of things that you shouldn't do on the first day of school...

XxCutie4lifeXx wrote:
2014-07-15 16:41:37 -0700

well I am kinda worried about the first day, because I haven't saw my boyfriend since and when we go back to school i'm worried he might dump me Angry

yaverleaf11 wrote:
2014-07-15 14:20:35 -0700

The sad part about me is I'm super shy so I get friends late, but when I do, I WON'T SHUT UP

pricetag wrote:
2014-07-15 14:18:58 -0700

I kinda like the first day, new people, fresh start, tho i dont like the hw and teachers

LillyPieLove wrote:
2014-07-15 14:05:58 -0700

yeah.. kinda 4 me. I'm only nervous cuz im... well... A LOT DIFFERENT THEN EVERYONE ELSE.

-BlueSkies- wrote:
2014-07-15 13:35:49 -0700

"Everyone's a little nervous."
What about those people who aren't nervous and are completely ready and are laid back and goin with the flow. .-.

Hydrangea wrote:
2014-07-15 12:47:27 -0700

I hate school. ene

imagination44 wrote:
2014-07-15 12:38:06 -0700

School is overrated. Can it be terminated by any chance?

KittyGirlis wrote:
2014-07-15 12:30:16 -0700

I've had the same teacher for 2 years. No, I was not held back. She just moved up a grade. PLUS, She is going ANOTHER GRADE UP! Hope I get into her class! Wish me luck!

Masooma wrote:
2014-07-15 09:21:02 -0700

we do not do many study

tobygamesfan wrote:
2014-07-15 09:16:07 -0700


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