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Complete the sayings

By Zina Seferagic, Grade 4
By Zina Seferagic, Grade 4

A blah blah blah is worth a thousand words. —Aaliyah Provencher, Kindergarten

There’s always enough blame to go around.—Abby Kokinda, Grade 2

If your friends did that, would you. —Adam Cosbic, Grade 1

People who live in glass houses have to be careful.  —Adam Curtis, Grade 3

Many hands make a job easier.—Aidan Duquette, Grade 4

People who live in glass houses don’t have privacy.—Alex Jovell, Grade 2

When the going gets tough, the tough get bacon.—Alexandra Botten, Grade 4

A playground is worth a thousand words. —Boeden Christiansen, Kindergarten

There’s always a book. —Camden Palmer, Grade 1

Yelling speaks louder than words. —Charlotte Russell, Kindergarten

People who live in glass houses should not throw rocks at it.—Chloe Tomasi, Grade 2

People who live in glass houses see everything.—Colin Duquette, Grade 2

Love speaks louder than words. —Collin Sicard, Grade 1

When the going gets tough, the tough gets madder. —Colton Fielder, Kindergarten

A kind thing is worth a thousand words.—Connor Denis, Grade 1

People who live in glass houses have a great view.—Connor Dubois, Grade 2

Many hands make art.—Connor Mongeon, Grade 1

A laugh is worth a thousand words. —Cooper Stephens, Grade 1

There’s always a sweet side to everyone.—Cordelia Thomas, Grade 3

There’s always a way to figure things out. —Eden Smith, Grade 4

Elephants speak louder than words. —Ella Botten, Kindergarten

A bird in the hand is worth a nest. —Ellowyn Salisbury, Kindergarten

Many wrongs don’t lead to success.—Emerson Campbell, Grade 2

When the going gets tough, the tough go to bed.—Francis Dasilva, Grade 3

If it ain’t broke, don’t try to put it back together.—Georgia Milks, Grade 3

There’s always room for ice cream.—Hanna Wolny, Grade 4

When the going gets tough, the tough gets rough. —Isabelle Giroux, Kindergarten

There’s always BASKETBALL!  —Jackson Dubois, Grade 4

There’s always room for you.—Jacob Armstrong, Grade 4

A thousand dollars is worth a thousand words. —Jeremy LeBlanc, Kindergarten

People who live in glass houses are not safe.—Jonah Fisher, Grade 2

There’s always something to do.—Kalika Moshovetis, Grade 1

A bird in the hand is worth a fortune. —Karlianne Lovins, Grade 1

Many hands make a lot of fingers.—Katelyn Reagan, Grade 4

People who live in glass houses shouldn’t eat. —Katherine Kinsey, Kindergarten

People who live in glass houses will be cold.—Kyla Waldron, Grade 1

A bird in the hand is worth singing. —Lili Lemieux, Kindergarten

People who live in glass houses should get window washers big time.—Lillian Krilivsky, Grade 3

There’s always a way to solve problems.—Maliha Kao, Grade 2

People who live in glass houses should always wear clothes.—Mia Merola, Grade 4

People who live in glass houses have to be careful about birds.—Michael Moshovetis, Grade 3

Letters speak louder than words. —Oliver Bouchard

Emotions speak louder than words.—Olivia Cieri, Grade 2

Many hands make 5. —Ollie Healy, Kindergarten

People who live in glass houses need to be careful.—Ruby Gage, Grade 1

Many hands make money. —Sarah Skaflestad, Grade 1

Many hands make heavy hands. —Savannah Davis, Kindergarten

If it ain’t broke, don’t touch it. —Scout Pierce, Kindergarten

A bird in the hand is worth more than flying away.—Simone Trasciatti-Holmberg, Grade 3

Many hands work way faster. —Skyler Doherty, Kindergarten

Many hands make a good team.—Sophia Higa, Grade 3

People who live in glass houses shouldn’t hit the walls. —Sunshine Haines, Kindergarten

People who live in glass houses need a better house.—Tyler Montgomery, Grade 2

A bird in the hand is worth more than a hand in the bird.—Vincent Meyer, Grade 4

If it ain’t broke, don’t panic. —Viraj Singh, Kindergarten

A thousand scoops of ice cream is worth a thousand words. —William Metcalf, Kindergarten

People who live in glass houses shouldn’t sit on the glass. —Wyatt Robertson, Kindergarten

Many hands make a number. —Zane Snelling, Kindergarten