1. I explain to my friends why their child is acting out.
2. I have curriculum spread out all over my table
3. We have artwork on my walls
4. When I see children arguing at the store, I ask them what's going on here.
5. When I see a child get hurt, I say it's okay to cry. I have done that as well, and it hurts.
6. The neighbor kids want to play in my yard, because we are playing red light, green light, kicking balls around, walking on a balance beam, singing Bingo, and playing on cool climbing toys.
7. My parents show their child's special creations off at work.
8. When a first grade teacher ask them where they learned something, they say Nancy taught me that.
9. When grandparent's tell me how much their child has learned from me.
10. When the children can read their favorite books back to me.
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