I found a lengthy homophone song or poem somewhere on the internet that naturally I am unable to find now and there was no author listed on what little I had. Basically the song/poem was too long for my kiddos but this one little snippet stuck with me for a couple reasons. One it provided spelling practice (yeah, some kids can't remember if it's ei or ie) and two it was simple.
Song/poem? Who knows. I have no idea what it was initially intended to be but I say this little itty bitty part somewhat to the tune of "100 Bottles of Beer on the Wall". My kiddos don't know that. Or at least no one has said anything . . . yet.
Last year I know one of the kids would have caught it. The little stinker I'm thinking of caught all those kinds of things. If it was inappropriate or related to anything potty-mouth, even remotely, he got it and let everyone know it. I got a kick out of that kid! Most days anyways. The other parents probably didn't though.
Wouldn't you know the year I had him my two male guinea pigs were fighting for dominance. Most of the kids thought they were jumping on each other to play but not that little firecracker! Oh, no! He nearly gave a little biology lesson before I gave him the hairy eyeball.
Anyway, this is another little chant thingie that this year's class is famous for spontaneously reciting if they hear me whisper "Does that (insert object) belong to them?"
I whipped up this little sign for my language arts focus wall.
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BTW, if you know the song/poem source please let me know.