I finally wrote these down…….

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It feels like ages since I’ve linked up here, probably because it has been ages, but we’ve been running around like chickens with our heads cut off for so long I can barely remember what books we’ve read.

 

Mostly lots and lots of joke books.  Jeff and I are rather tired of endless rounds of jokes that make no sense and the kids laughing like mad men, so we endeavored to teach them what makes a good joke.  This has resulted in the kids memorizing two jokes and telling them to us a MILLION times.  You only think I’m exaggerating.

 

Ladybug Girl and the Bug Squad– I LOVE this book and this series.  I’m trying to think of a fun activity to do with this, and everything I’m thinking of requires going outside in the heat or is way too complicated.  I’ll keep thinking.

 

Ponyella- I got this as a surprise for my pony crazy Princess, and she hasn’t let it out of her sight since.  It’s a total knock-off of Cinderella, but it’s still cute.  Princess LOVES this book, there was a small meltdown when she couldn’t find it one night.

 

If You Give A……-  We’ve been rereading these books in honor of the author’s birthday last Thursday, and I’m slowly putting together a unit study that I’ll share at some point.  Mainly when I’ve thought it out beyond that I want to do one.

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7 thoughts on “I finally wrote these down…….

  1. OK I'm going to get Hi Harry and If You Give a Mouse a Cookie from our library! We've seen the mouse in a plush toy. We go to a play group where he loves to dress and undress him in his overalls.

    It has been a long time since I linked up too, ahhh the pleasant busy-ness of summer!

  2. My kids tell those jokes too and “learning a new joke” is on our summer bucket list!

    We love Ladybug Girl! R has all of the books and the doll too.

  3. We are not in making jokes stage yet, but I have a couple of joke books already for when that stage comes. It will be weird since I don't get most of those jokes. Your non-jokes look good – thanks for sharing them in WMCIR!

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