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Tuesday, 29 November 2011

GCSE General Certificate in Small Person Education

Candidates should attempt to answer all questions.

Whilst answering you must be multitasking, e.g. taking a phone call, driving in rush hour.

Answer immediately, in full sentences, without reference materials, in language appropriate to a small person.  Reveal your working where appropriate.

1.  Will Father Christmas die?  If yes, how will I get my presents.  If no, why?
2.  Are aliens real?
3.  Why don't we fall off the world?
4.  Why don't we feel the world turning?
5.  What's out there, outside the world?
6.  How was the world made?
7.  Why has that woman only got one leg?
8.  How do traffic lights work?
9.  What's heaven?
10. Why do farmer's kill sheep?
11. Why do grown ups stay up?
12. Why can't I have some wine?
13. How does the tooth fairy know to come to my house?
14. Why is the sky red sometimes?
15. How far is it to the moon?
16. Why do we celebrate Christmas?
17. What is a church for?
18.  Who's Jesus
19.  What's god?
20.  Mummy what's a can of worms?

Pick a question and give it your best shot, you'll be doing me, and lots of other parents a big favour.

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4 Comments:

At 30 November 2011 at 08:53 , OpenID dichotomyof said...

Ha! brilliant post. I never cease to be amazed at the huge questions. Now Zeph's a little older I've followed my dad's socrates inspired example and say, "why do you think *insert whatever* ?" and he's off.

Loved the can of worms end :)

 
At 30 November 2011 at 20:07 , Blogger Here come the girls said...

Gosh better start studying for this one. Molly always asks what's inside everything, what's inside our arm. What's inside blood. What's inside the windscreen wipers. There is no answer.
Whenever I tell her something she also says "how do you know?" not so fond of that one.

 
At 30 November 2011 at 22:33 , Anonymous Honest Mum said...

For a minute there I thought you were giving us the answers! Great post. If only this could make it's way on the curriculum.

 
At 1 December 2011 at 21:02 , Anonymous TheBoyandMe said...

Why *don't* we feel the world turning? Good question kiddo, sometimes it feels like's it's spinning so fast it will never stop!

I have these yet to come!

 

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