Dear Whiz Kid - Part III

Dear Whiz Kid,

My next door neighbor always wants me to play with him.  But every time we play, he always compares his stuff to my stuff.  He always says his stuff is better and my stuff is junky.  I agree that his stuff is better but my stuff is good too.  I am getting tired of it.  What should I do?

Signed,

 My Stuff is Good Too

 

Dear Whiz Kid,

Betty, Joan, and Betsy are my best friends at school.  I made each of them a beaded bracelet with the new beading kit I just bought.  I want to give them the new bracelets tomorrow at lunch.  Betty, Joan, Betsy, Tammy and I eat lunch together.  My mom says that before I give them the new bracelets, I need to think about how Tammy would feel.  What do you think she means?

Signed,

 The Beader

 

Dear Whiz Kid,

Lisa Jo, Donna Jo, and me, Betty Jo, are best friends.  We started a Best Friends club.  We will only let other girls join the club if they are our best friends.  But now I have a problem.  Whenever Lisa Jo and Donna Jo are not home, none of the other girls will play with me.  They say if I will not let them in the club, they do not want to play with me.  Why should I have to let them join the club?

Signed,

 It's Not Fair

 

Dear Whiz Kid,

Larry, Benny, and I live in the same neighborhood.  We ride bikes together every day.  Benny just got a new mountain bike.  It has thirty speeds and springs on the front and back wheels.  It is really cool.  Larry and I ride regular bikes we inherited from our older brothers.  For some reason Larry has started being mean to Benny.  He makes fun of his bike and does all kinds of mean stuff.  It started when Benny got the new bike.  What do you think is wrong?

Signed

 The Bike Boy

 

Dear Whiz Kid,

I am so excited.  My family is going to Disneyworld for vacation this summer.  I love to tell Debbie, my best friend, all the things we are planning to do.  Whenever I start talking about the trip, she always gets mad and goes home.  If I can't talk to her, who can I talk to?  What do you think her problem is?

Signed,

 Disney Fever

 

Dear Whiz Kid,

Oscar is in my class at school.  His mom is always at school doing something for the teacher.  This week the teacher said Oscar did not have to take the Math quiz because he did an extra good job on his homework.  Oscar is just the teacher's pet.  We want to teach Oscar a lesson.  What do you think we should do to him?

Signed,

 Not the Teacher's Pet

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