Wednesday, March 24, 2010

sounds "fun"


Joshua explains, "This was actually taken in a 1st grade classroom… or a sweat shop, who knows."

6 comments:

Classic Steve said...

Maybe the marks should really surround "and." I rarely did both at once in first grade.

toep said...

@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.

Kirsten said...

They won't be "learning" proper punctuation, that's for sure. Maybe the first set of quotation marks is appropriate.

Classic Steve said...

@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."

Emily said...

I say sweat shop.

toep said...

@Classic Steve: you may have been ahead in your class, perhaps you were even using quotation marks by the end of the first grade!