Today we had a visit from our police liaisons to talk to the primary children about Halloween safety.
They're both great guys and very well liked!
But I have a teeny tiny beef. One of them used the word (or should I say non-word) "funnest"!!
I was stunned!
Why would an adult purposely use a word like that in front of 100 four to eight-year-olds?
Maybe he was trying to be funny or thought it was cute, but when I have a couple of kiddies who argue with me that "Yes, runned IS a word, Mrs. Leyne" then I don't need adults they look up to using words like "funnest".
What do you think? Do I need to lighten up a little?
Afterwards, my class wrote some Halloween safety rules on this paper. This is another experiment for me. I found this old picture in my file today, took a picture of it, uploaded it into photoshop, tidied it up and made a pdf file to share. You can grab the lined version here and the unlined version here.