Okay so you've now explained to your child that the teacher wants her to do the other k's. So problem solved?!
I've never heard the saying "even the ears have walls".
I've heard the saying "the walls have ears". For example, "be careful the walls have ears" meaning: be careful what you say, people are listening/you might be overheard.
You might explain what you mean please?
The reverse situation, ie, you haven't been following what I am saying...your ears have walls
Yes the problem has been solved by me, I originally queried into why this was done by the teacher and was there any reason for it before I did anything to undermine her, to the answer, dude, let the teacher teach, not really a forward thinking combined teacher/parent approach to education
Imo combined teaching is practising what the teacher taught during the day. The teacher had marked your daughter wrong and told her she needed to do her k's a different way.
I've never heard that exprrssion before. I googled it but it seems not to exist lol! But i take on board what you are trying to say. I'm sorry you think i'm closed but i'm genuinely finding it hard to understand that you cannot just continue the teachers instructions at home.