Have a happy 2012 everyone. 🙂
Christmas carols are nice, but you can jazz ’em up to make it nicer! Not like “jingle bells, batman smells” etc. because that’s soooooooo old! Instead, make your own version of 12 days of Christmas. It’s easy, fun, and a good time waster. Here’s an example I made up:
Twelve days of Christmas
On the ________ day of Christmas, my teacher gave to me:
1 a full week of K. P. Duty
6 hall passes
7 math books
9 science projects
10 chapter books
11 pencil cases
To follow up my post, Riddle! I will give you the answer. The man juggled the watermelons. Pretty smart huh? But man required to know how to juggle, so if he didn’t know how, he couldn’t go to his friend’s house.
There was a man who bought 2 watermelons. Then, to go to a friend’s house, he had to cross a bridge. The maximum weight that can go on the bridge was 105 pounds. The man was 100 pounds and each watermelon was 5 pounds. The man crossed the bridge successfully without breaking the bridge. How did he do it?
Here are 3 pictures that I drew on a pumpkin I decorated with a Sharpie. I made it so it looks like a guy with glasses, view freckles and an earring.
Do you like mystery? Murder? Cookies? Pies? CAKE? Then read Hannah Swenson murder mysteries! It starts with the 1st book, Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder and it has a lot of recipes. it started in 2000, and the author is Joanne Fluke. The series has 15 books and going so read ’em all! Also, they are available in different languages, like Japanese, Russian, Hugarian and much more! Visit Joanne Fluke’s website at http://www.murdershebaked.com/index.html