So DD took her weekly spelling test last week. She came home with an A+...so proud of her because it is something that has only happened 2 other times on pre-test day (Thursday is pre-test...if they get all words right, they don't have to take it again on Friday; if they get any word wrong on Thursday, they have to take entire test over on Friday).
After actually paying attention to what she did on the test, I realize she didn't get an A+.
She mispelled 2 of the 12 words.
For WILD, she wrote W-I-R-D...teacher has red mark of an "L" over the "R" so I believe she thought DD just made a crappy "L"
For BLOW, she wrote B-L-O-A-W...you can tell the "A" was put in as an afterthought and it isn't easy to see it, but it's there (and not something DD had tried to erase).
I know it is the right thing to do to say something to teacher (Lord knows I would be saying something if she counted words wrong that weren't wrong)........but DD was so happy and excited to bring home her A+ on her pre-test that I would hate to take that away from her.
What would you do?
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