well...you know...ahem...a little early for that kinda education in kgarten right?
I'm glad I wasn't drinking when I scrolled to that.
Ha ha!! Oh, that is just what I needed today :) and yes WE DO WISH.
LOL! Aren't you glad you teach kindergarten and not, say, teenagers?!
There's a 3 year old boy in my class who brings toy story toys to school every day and often says, "look, I have a Woody!" And I just lose it. every. single. time.
Howdy.I wanted to ask, since I haven't seen it mentioned in quite some time, how goes the book battle?Has that been put on the back burner for a while?
I work at a middle school...need I say more? Hilarious! Hope it made your day!
The world would be a happier place if we all did more of that (with and without the "L").
Ha. I thought you were talking about kids and how difficult the letter L is for them to say. My L story - My middle son couldn't say L's for years, but his favorite beanie baby was Legs, the frog. It was retired and I found one for him online. I arranged to get it shipped, but told him that he couldn't have it until he learned to say Legs instead of Wegs. I have NEVER seen him work so hard, and by the time "Wegs" arrived, he had become "Legs". Speech therapy with incentives! :)
What the L?Okay, somebody was going to say it...
I just snorted Diet Coke up my nose....And then I read Brian Miller's comment and did it again.Hahahahaha!xo jj
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