Normally, a first-grade student will be in a big trouble if his teacher finds even a mark of his pen or a blot of color on her dress. But not in this case.

Chris-ShaRee Castlebury, a first-grade teacher at Pat Henry Elementary in Lawton, Oklahoma asked her student to doodle on her dress. And the result is amazing!

She wanted to do something special on her last day of school, so she decided to give her students a chance to blend fun with creativity and asked “Precious Picassos” (as she calls them on Facebook post) to draw on her white dress.

It’s a memory dress,” she told TODAY. “Because I don’t want to lose the beauty of the kids as they have to grow up and move on from me” she added.

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It was really a very warm and amazing idea to let her students doodle on her dress, now she can keep the dress as a beautiful souvenir to remember her students by.

This is what she wrote on Facebook:


Wish everyone has a teacher like her!

[h/t: today]

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