One little girl raised her hand and asked, "Where did you find the money?"
Conversations get sidetracked easily with young students. I tried to refocus her on the purpose of the question. I said, "That part is not important. Maybe you found it on the street. How much money do you have now?"
As if correcting a peer, she said, "Just because you found it doesn't make it yours. You have to give it back. You still only have one dollar."
No argument there.
I chose another example.