A smile a day keeps the blues away.

Today in summer reading camp, we were using our sight words in a sentence.   I held up the flashcard for the word “is”, and the children all shouted it out. 


“Now, who can use the word IS in a sentence?” I asked. They all started shouting at once.


“I is hungry!” said Susie.


 “We is going outside!” shouted John.


“Boys and girls, when you use the word is, you say it like this…He IS…something something something.  You see?”


George, “ I know, I know!  My turn!  He is something something something.”  (big smile)


And with that, George moved to the head of the class.