Late June can leave an educator in a tizzy. Organizing and cleaning are a big part of the end-of-year routine. I was weeding out some very old therapy materials in a kit called "Language Rehabilitation Program" that was designed to use with elementary schoolchildren. Keep that fact-a-roo in mind as you peruse these gems:
I love Mr. Lonelypants. The receding hairline, the mouth-watering feast he is preparing and the paunch he is sporting make him loveable.
This foolish, foolish madam gambled with mean ol' Mr.Gravity and lost big time. What are the odds that her hip will survive this tumble?
Mr. Drunkymonkey is pouring three fingers of cheap whiskey to start his day right.
My favorite illustration in this whole kit is this:
There is something vaguely illicit about this picture.
I can hardly wait for September to use these cards to help eight-year-olds expand their language skills. If nothing else, my class will be memorable for the little tykes.