16 Kids Whose First Day at School Changed Them beyond Recognition. Their Faces Speak for Themselves!

    16 Kids Whose First Day at School Changed Them beyond Recognition. Their Faces Speak for Themselves!

    16 Kids Whose First Day at School Changed Them beyond Recognition. Their Faces Speak for Themselves!
    Greg
    11:36 AM EDT, September 2, 2022, updated: 3:11 PM EDT, September 3, 2022

    The way children receive the beginning of school year ranges from enthusiasm to depression. While some are delighted to leave home in the morning, others go on strike lying on the floor. Watch our gallery and see how proud the young ones look before the first bell and what they look like once the first school day is over.

    #1 In spite of the initial enthusiasm, the lessons turned out to be so tiring

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    #2 Exhausted after a whole day at school

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    #3 Once the school is over you can have a nap on the sidewalk

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    #4 A girl who lost her ribbon on the battlefield of school

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    #5 A perfect rebel. No one is going to make her go to school!

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    #6 The eyes and the hair speak for themselves

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    #7 The strike is on!

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    #8 Food brings no relief

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    #9 A loose tie, a sock down the calf – even the unicorn seems sad

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    #10 Some smile while others cry

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    #11 …and she was so happy in the morning

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    #12 A short nap just before going to school

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    #13 This wasn’t a very good day

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    #14 The hair is a mess, but on the whole it wasn’t such a bad day

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    #15 The classes are so tiring that you have to get some rest later on

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    #16 The classes were not interesting for everyone

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    How do your kids react? Do they just storm out in the morning or is it a more painful process?
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