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During a visit to Moravia Park Elementary School in Baltimore, Md., Friday, the president was asked to do another challenging task: Draw a tiger.
"I got to help with one of the lessons. We were having to draw zoo animals," Obama said in a speech at Ellicott Dredges, a dredging manufacturing plant he went to after his school tour. "And I’ve got to say, my tiger was not very good."
He added, "The kids were unimpressed. They kind of looked at it, they said, 'That doesn’t look like a tiger.' But they were amazing."
The president sat in with a class of 4- and 5-year-olds while visiting Baltimore Friday as part of his "Middle Class Jobs & Opportunity Tours.”