Get your supplies ready for your after show activities:
Your 3 ring binder
Lined paper and favorite pencil or pen
Drawing paper and crayons, markers or colored pencils
Yesterday's Chatter My Mom's calling, we gotta go But she won't find me, I'm incognito. I'm not going to school, not ever again What do I say? Where do I begin? It started when I got off the school bus My belly decided to grumble and fuss! I hate school bathrooms, I really do Especially when I have to sit down and poo! So, I decided to ignore the issue below Until my butt decided to put on its own show! Not so silent and equally deadly It was a cheeky rebellion, an odiferous medley. Now, usually the dog was squarely to blame But you get my dilemma, my hall of shame. I can not go back, I will not recover Until by chance, I happened to discover. Ewww, my best friend had puked on the teacher's shoes And just like that, I had become yesterday's news! If only I had come to realize Embarrassment could just vaporize! Well, this is something my best friend has got to know And I will be the first to tell him so.
So now we can both go back to school...
Because nothing really ever mattered Since all we are now, is yesterday's chatter.
Activities for you and your parents (or grown up of choice)
Ask your chosen grown up to tell you about an embarrassing moment that happened to them. How did they handle it and how long did it take them to recover from it.
Now you tell your grown up about your most embarrassing moment. Have you recovered? If you haven't, why do you think that is? This would be a good time to ask your grown up how you can put that moment to rest!
Get out your drawing paper and draw a picture of your most embarrassing moment (or your grown up's!)
Here we go! Kid's grab an adult, watch a video poem and then put your creative hats on and have fun with guided activities. Make sure to keep your binder ready and check back to see when another video/activity comes along!