Maybe the marks should really surround "and." I rarely did both at once in first grade.
@classic Steve: i second that notion.My question is, though, can first graders read such words as "check," "board", and "directions"? Who is this sign for? WV: nesti--let's not have any nesti comments. the first graders might be listening.
They won't be "learning" proper punctuation, that's for sure. Maybe the first set of quotation marks is appropriate.
@toep: I could read "check" and "board" by the end of kindergarten. Not sure about "directions," but the kindergarten area did have "COMMUNICATION" written on the wall. Which I first pronounced "kom-muhn-nih-KAT-toyn."
I say sweat shop.
@Classic Steve: you may have been ahead in your class, perhaps you were even using quotation marks by the end of the first grade!
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