12 Signs You Are A Future Teacher
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12 Signs You Are A Future Teacher

So many lesson plans, crafts, and clean-ups.

12 Signs You Are A Future Teacher

You go way overboard when buying school supplies.

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And your paycheck knows it.

You get crazy excited thinking about all the teacher outfits you're going to buy.

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You get psyched when you think about decorating your classroom.

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You may even have a Pinterest board dedicated to it.

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The power of the red pen gives you a thrill.

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When people find out what your career path is, they immediately feel the need to tell you how you won't make any money.

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Highlighters and planners make you happy.

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Organizing is life.

Anytime you see or speak to a cute child, it makes your day.

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And then you have to slowly back off so their parents don't think you're creepy.

You have a very strong opinion on standardized testing.

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It is the bane of a teacher's existence.

You think summer vacation is a necessity that should never be taken away.

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Coloring is an activity you will always enjoy.

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You already have several comebacks prepared for insolent children.

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The thought of chasing around 20 kids five days a week, receiving less than stellar pay, and spending your weekends sleeping and making lesson plans somehow still makes you happy, because you know that being able to make a difference in those smiling children's lives is completely worth it.

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