21 Random Objects Every Canadian Classroom Used To Have
Stacks on stacks of cahiers.
Scholastic fair flyers that you cherished, took home and then used to beg your parents for money.
Some UNICEF donation boxes from Halloween.
Half-finished worksheets where students gave up trying to colour in Nunavut.
Napkins left over from “Pizza Day”.
A TV on a wheely cart with a VHS tape packed with Heritage Moments.
Hokey inspiration posters.
Boots lined up outside classrooms.
The entire "DR. AND MRS. VANDERTRAMP" permanently written on a blackboard.
An old floppy disk of The Oregon Trail that was lowkey so morbid.
And an ancient PC computer with Math Circus on it.
Vibrant bristol board and those 3-panel projects on something that's RIDICULOUSLY Canadian.
Approximately 27 single mittens who lost their partners.
Posters for the Terry Fox Run.
A Canadian flag (obviously).
Busted sports equipment that you never got to use because recess consisted of scuffling around in the snow, trying to stay warm.
Some unused French-English dictionaries tucked away in a shelf.
A pile of soaking wet snow pants.
Globes and atlases that STILL included the Soviet Union.
And finally, that one carved up desk that was mutilated beyond repair.
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