If the #2 pencil is so popular, why is it not #1?
Could someone who has a “fear of long words,” tell people they have Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia? Why is the word for this fear so long?
Why do they put Braille dots on the keypad of the drive up ATM?
I’m sure you’ve heard there’s no such thing as a stupid question. Wanna bet? LOL!! If there is no such thing, tell me why there’s a national day set aside for them? Hmmm, yet another stupid question? That’s right, today is that day, National Ask a Stupid Question Day.
In all seriousness, the day was created to encourage kids to ask more questions in school and not be afraid even if they thought they had a stupid question. Most kids are reluctant to ask questions in class because they don’t want to appear stupid in front of their peers. The truth is, if one student has a question or doesn’t understand something, the odds are ever in their favor that they are not the only one with that question (yep, that’s personal experience talking. After 25+ years in the education system I’ve seen that be the case over and over) 😊 So encourage your kids to ask those questions!
Now that the serious side of this day is out of the way and we all know why it was created, let’s hear all those questions you have always wanted to ask but have been reluctant to speak out loud. Go ahead, ask away. Be silly. Be curious, but don’t be shy. Let’s hear em…