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All of us can imagine what an outstanding teacher would be like. My outstanding teacher would be a lot of fun. She would let us have recess, parties, and movies. It would be great having a teacher that is a lot of fun!
First, a fun teacher would give her students time for recess. She would allow her students to play outside an hour a day. It would be so much fun getting out of the stuffy classroom and soaking up the sunlight. I would enjoy running around the playground with my friends. We could spend most of our time playing kickball. Our fun teacher would allow us to pick our own teams. Playing at recess would be a blast!
Second, a fun teacher would throw a lot of parties. We would have a party every Friday celebrating the fun we have had all week. Students could bring in cookies, candy, chips, and soda to share. She would allow us to sit next to our friends and socialize as we enjoyed our delicious treats. A fun filled teacher would also bring in party games for us to play. We would be able to visit different game stations and win prizes to take home. Having parties every Friday would make this teacher outstanding!
Third, movies would be a must on a fun teacher’s list. She would have a huge collection of movies on the bookshelves in the classroom. Instead of eating lunch in the cafeteria, she would let her class eat in the room as we enjoyed a movie of our choice. My outstanding teacher would give us an hour for lunch so that we had time to eat and watch the movie as we relaxed in the classroom. Watching movies everyday would make school fun.
To sum up, an outstanding teacher would be loads of fun. She would allow us to have recess, parties, and movies. This teacher would be Teacher of the Year!