Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Valentine Funny

My teaching partner did an activity today with my kids making sentences using conversations hearts. After they got started she realized the hearts she bought were not what she thought. Here's my favorite sentence.
Yep, they were Spanish! There were English hearts in there too, but that was a fun surprise. The sweetie pie above thought her sentence said "Jaguars can climb." I love it!

And these were my two favorite Valentines.

Super cute frame and yum yum yummy Krispy Kreme's. What a day!


  1. Spanish hearts...that's too funny!

    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

  2. Spanish! I would have loved it! I have a high Hispanic population~ that would have really got them going :)

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  3. I bought the Spanish version by a mistake one year, too. Except, I had bought 24 boxes of them! Geez, talk about an unobservant shopper! Luckily, my ESOL teacher quickly helped me translate the hearts and create a lesson for them (on the fly.) Now, I make sure to take a good look at which hearts I'm buying!

  4. I bought a bag of spanish ones this year too. I had no idea and I had actually bought them to use in a decoration at my house. I decided to bring them to school and use for measurement. That's when I noticed I couldn't read what they said. It cracked me up.

  5. We also have many kids who speak spanish, so some of them actually used them and wrote spanish sentences. I was very impressed with those kids!

  6. Hi there, adorable blog and so glad I found you. I am your newest blog stalker. :o) Come visit me - I'm a newbie blogger. I have an Abe Lincoln art project you might like.
    We aren't allowed sweets in our district anymore but those krispy kremes sure do look good. :o)
    ~ Vicky
    Traditions Laughter and Happily Ever After

  7. Hey Melissa- wow those Krispy Kremes look sooo delish! How sweet!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting- that is funny that you have the same bag! :) Don't you love it? I sure do!
    Anyway, love your blog, it's super cute!

    -Mrs. Thompson

    Adventures in Teaching