Joanne Jacobs on the Daniel Boone Styrofoam Head

From an old post that seems to have disappeared:

“I suffer post-traumatic stress from my attempt to make a George Washington wig for my daughter for a third-grade project. I don’t get the point either. What does a student learn about Daniel Boone by sticking a styrofoam ball on a cardboard tube? Why not spend the time reading more books and learning to communicate with words? I swear I was buying poster board for my daughter right up through 12th grade AP English. Oh, and now I’m flashing back to my daughter’s 8th grade build-a-molecule science project. Or was it an atom? Well, I did learn one lesson: Use styrofoam.”

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