Sunday, April 10, 2011


In Spanish, we do lots of skits in class to practice our vocabulary/grammar, etc. When we do these, we all get to dress up, using cloths from our teachers bin, which include t-shirts, swearers, shorts, jeans, pants, fuzzy socks, tons of shoes, capes, dresses, skirts, stuffed flowers, wigs, sombreros, other hats, and much more, a lot of stuff most people wouldn't wear normally. 

My grade enjoys dress-up more than my 5-year old sister, or any 5-year-olds I know. One guy put on a black dress, sunglasses, high-heeled shoes, earrings (taped on) , and carried a striped purse and cell phone; with longer hair, could have easily been mistaken for a girl. Another wore a blue wig with a very big, striped, button-down shirt with short, yellow shorts over his uniform ones. Everybody else put on weird stuff too, sombreros, our teacher's old shoes, really ugly, dress-up dresses, caribou coffee uniforms, huge t-shirts, pink, zebra-striped shirts and skirts, some played with lightsabers, and so on. 

At the end of class, we took a picture of us all dressed up, and it's now our teacher's desktop picture, and it 's up on the smartboard whenever we walk in.

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