Sunday, November 7, 2010

Playing School

My grandchildren enjoy writing stories and signs, and they like to play school.   (They like to watch DVDs at my house once in a while, but mostly we play imagination games -- although I love the way my granddaughter asks to see a "DivaD" every so often.    I will be sorry when she starts saying it the ordinary way!)    They both know how to spell and write a few words, and they figure out the rest of them as they go.   Sometimes they ask for help, sometimes not.   Today -- not.    We played school, and, as you can plainly see,  my grandson carefully prepared the 'schedule for the day' (or, as we prefer in my neighborhood, 'scejwl fwr the dey.'  Try sounding it out, it works.)

3 comments:

The Farmer Files said...

Love it, love it, love it! Very early literacy!

Deb H said...

Isn't it great? Grandkids are the best! & I love the art!

Thanks for the sage advice. It's what I'm trying to do.

Little Black Scrap Cat said...

You gotta love that!! Kids are so amusing!!