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by K.HBey
Rated: E · Fiction · Children's · #2216757
Nermine is five and wants to be at school.


Nermine is five and wants to be at school yet. Everyone has noticed that she is a clever girl and that she is precocious.
Today she is sitting at the desk of her parents. Her great shining hazel eyes have noticed a nice pencil on the shelf. But she does not dare to take it. Indeed, several times ago, her parents forbade her to touch upper the desk.
Noticing that no one is there, she climbs the chair and takes the pencil. She is amazed to write some characters that her parents have taught her. The pencil has black ink and is decorated with some wonderful pebbles.
On the white paper she arrives to draw a red heart to say I love you Mom and Dad.
She takes the pencil and the school bag bought by her mother for her last anniversary. She goes to school and wants to enter there.
The teacher takes her hand and asks her. "What is your name nice girl?"
" I am Nermine and I live in that house beside the school. I want to start school."
"You are still young. However, I will let you enter the class and be with my students. Would you?"

She stays with a girl named Sara. She listens to the course about the words flower and spring in English.
Today she has understood that there are differences between flowers and that not all flowers have a perfume.
She asks a pertinent question to the teacher, "why do flowers hatch only during spring?"
The teacher is really amazed by this question. Suddenly, Nermine's parents enter the class worried. The teacher explains to them that their child shows a singular cleverness and that they should not punish her but let her come to school from time to time.

300 words





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