Thursday, February 4, 2010

F is for...

Kindergirl: "Mrs. Collins, she just said a really really bad word."
Me: "Really? She did? I don't believe it. What did she say?"
Me: "Really?" Not believing any of this for a second knowing who the "she" was in question.
Me: "It must be pretty bad then. Whisper it in my ear."
Kindergirl: "She said $@*%!"

Not at all what I was expecting, but she was right, it was THE mother of all swear words.

C is for...
Today one of our activities was to create sentences that tell about animals we've seen in real life.
Here are a few samplings... (names changed)

Brianna saw...
a duck.
Jimmy saw...
a skunk.
Cammy saw...
a swan.
Isabella saw...
a squirrel.
Jack saw...
a kangaroo. (umm...okay)
Mrs. Collins saw...
a coyote.
Zachary saw...
a cockroach.

N is for N...

Me: Does anyone know who that man is on the Nickel?
G: Martin Luther Washington!
R: No it isn't, it's Abraham Washington!
Me: Actually, it's Thomas Jefferson.
G and R together: Who's that?
Me: He was a president.
G: Never heard of him.
Me: I know...right!


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