How to get your kids to stop listening to you

A story on the fourth grade science news site is a little more than a tale of the boys learning about the cosmos.

The story starts with a kid who goes to school with the teacher, and he doesn’t like the teacher’s tone of voice.

When the boy starts getting mad, the teacher asks him to sit down.

“I think that’s the first time in a long time I’ve heard him say ‘I can’t do this,'” the teacher says.

The boy is so upset by this that he starts to cry.

The teacher says that’s normal, and the boy continues to cry in the class.

The kid finally sits down and begins to teach.

“And it was like, ‘Well, I don’t want to do that.’

And I’m like, what?

He’s a little kid.

And he said, ‘He’s a good kid.

He’s going to be fine.'”

The teacher continues.

“But he said ‘You’re not going to do it, I’m going to teach you something.’

And he started crying, and I was like ‘Well you’re going to try and get him to cry?’

And he was like no, no.

That’s just how I was, I was just so upset.

And so I just left.”

This teacher said the boy’s behavior was a big deal, but the student is having a hard time listening to him.

When asked why he was crying, the boy said, “Because I didn’t want him to know how I feel.”

The teacher said this was the first day of a new fifth grade class and he had to take the class because of the student’s behavior.

“He’s not doing well in the fifth grade, and we just had to keep him out,” the teacher said.

The parents, in turn, complained that the boy was just acting out of frustration.

“We feel like the kid is just a little crazy, and they’re just not listening,” the father said.

“What’s he supposed to do?

Sit down and listen to us?

He just keeps crying.”

The story has been picked up by many news sites and social media outlets, but has been largely dismissed as just a simple story about a kid being upset.

The teachers mother, for example, posted it to Facebook on Friday.

“That’s what you do to a child, you try and teach them how to behave, and it’s not okay to do,” she wrote.

The article has since been shared more than 4,500 times.

“My son had to be sent home,” the mother wrote.

“For crying out loud.”

“This is not the first story that has been brought up in regards to our boy’s reaction to the classroom,” the dad wrote.

He went on to say that he has been in similar situations in the past, and that he feels like this is “one of the worst things that could happen to our child.”

He said that his son has a “bad temper.”

The father added that “he’s a pretty smart kid.”

The school has apologized for the teacher and the student, saying that “the actions of our students and the teacher were not appropriate.”

The parents also called the incident “deeply troubling” and “not something that we condone.”

The mother also posted a video of her son telling her what he did, saying he cried “like a baby.”

He also said that the teacher “says that the kids are supposed to be quiet, but this was a very, very loud child.”