Dec 8, 2016

"Real Life" Lessons

Read, read, read. Teachers are always discussing the importance of reading for young children. All young children love to have their parents read them their favorite stories over and over again. Then, once they enter elementary school, the push increases even more as they begin learning to read on their own. Read, read, read. While I don’t disagree that reading is important and essential, it gets pretty boring reading the same story over and over again…at least it does for me. I’m tired of the usual stories about fluffy dogs who find themselves getting into mischief or superheroes that save the world just in the nick of time. I say we change it up a little bit. Let’s teach our kids some valuable real-world lessons.
Here are some short book reviews on some “not so typical” children’s books. Let’s keep it real, kids.
Dad’s New Wife “Chuck”
This is a lovely little tale about Jimmy’s dad getting re-married to his new “mommy,” Chuck. Follow Jimmy through the disappointment when he learns how judgmental and mean the other kids on the playground are about his new life.
Four Letter Words to Share on the Bus
D%#n, Sh!t, F&$%…This educational masterpiece teaches your kids to pronounce all these gems correctly and learn to use them all in the right context. Teach them young. Nothing means business like a 5-year-old dropping the F bomb. Kids will listen to that sh*%
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13 comments:

  1. Bahahahahahahahahahahahahhaahahahha. Needed that laugh!

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  2. Hahaha, now if only I had those kid's books. Some of them are so dull, aren't they!

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    1. I know! Those would be some awesome life lessons!

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  3. how did you find these! Bwhahahahahaha

    #anythinggoes

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    1. I actually made them up. Haha! I just thought it was pretty funny!

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  4. OhMyGoodness, these are hilarious! So glad you joined us for #FridayFrivolity this week!

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    1. Thanks for reading! Glad I could make you laugh!

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  5. OMG all I want for Christmas is "4 Letter words to share on the bus!" #anythinggoes

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  6. Unfortunately I think my kid could co-author the sweary book. Oops. #anythinggoes

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  7. Oh my there could be a whole series of these. Love it. #FridayFrolics

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