Annie volunteers to tutor a younger student in math, but grows openly frustrated with Josh when it doesn't turn out as easy as she hoped, then regrets her offer to help to begin with. Meanwhile, Ari is ready to quit trying to teach Sock to roller-skate. Plato tries to convince them that patience can make a difference, just like it did with another teacher, Anne Sullivan, who was forced to test every bit of hers to help her pupil, Helen Kellar. He also shows how using it enough to deal kindly with others brings satisfaction in "How the Brazilian Beetles Got Their Coats".
Did You Know?
"How the Brazilian Beetles Got Their Coats" is not from the collection in William J. Bennett
's "The Book of Virtues" but its sequel "Moral Compass". See more
Tryin' to teach you's like - like - like tryin' to teach the buffalo the backstroke!
[Plato clears his throat
Oh... sorry, pal. I was just tryin' to make a point.
Point well taken.
Find Your Wings
Music by Stu Goldberg
Lyrics by Susan Marder
Performed by Carmen Twillie See more