Saturday, May 10, 2008

Overheard at School - Mother's Day Edition


Well, I guess this wasn't exactly overheard. I will be sharing some writing, second grade writing. As part of their Mother's Day gift I had the class write a note to their mom. Teachers never miss a good opportunity to have the kiddos write. Below you will find 5 excerpts from those loving Mother's Day missifs. Please note that I will use the spelling and punctuation fron each note.

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(From a boy)
1. Mom, You are pretty mom. like blue bonnets

(I still have pictures of bluebonnets up from the Texas unit)


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(from a girl)
2. "Dear. Mom"
You're so prety with your new hair cut. I love U mom your so nice and your fun. but on the phone you talk to much.

(We've been studying quotation marks, can you tell?)

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(from a girl)
3. I love you mom I love you a lot just like a puppy


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(from a boy)
4. Mom
I love you from the sun to the last planet in space and back

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(from a boy)
5. Mom you are nice and cute as a rose. I like the way you dress. You dress better than me. You look like the sun that gets me up every day.

7 comments:

Gina's Public Diary said...

Oh how precious are those? :)

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

Very sweet.

We were doing cards yesterday also. Fifth grade classroom, all ESL, Title I--one of my favorite boys made one for his dad (no mom around).

"I'm sorry I'm so much trouble for you. Thanks for taking me fishing and bike riding even though I know I am a lot of trouble for you."

Talk about bittersweet.

Mrs. G. said...

I love you alot just like a puppy?

My heart is melting, because that is true love.

Maggie said...

You look like the sun that gets me up every day. This one would go directly to the scrapbook! ;D

crabby old man said...

There's no love like a mother's love.May GOD bless all You Mothers.
Wish I had mine back

stateofthecat said...

Yesterday I overhead a very small fellow saying, in an exasperated voice, "Mom! You walk just like my grandma!" I couldn't help laughing. His mother just took it in stride, "Are you saying you want me to walk faster?"

In_spired said...

Love the Mother's Day Edition!!