Featured today at Stuff Kids Write is 6-year-old E.R.’s poem titled “Fighting.” I bet you can’t guess what it’s about. Here’s a hint: her younger sister. Click here to read a piece that everyone with a sibling or multiple children can relate to.
A first grader using a Chuck Norris-ism in a school writing assignment? Holy Walker: Texas Ranger! Click over to StuffKidsWrite.com to find out how this young writer referenced the legend. And remember, “Chuck Norris is a man of few words. Chuck Norris is not a man of few roundhouse kicks to the face.”
Over at Stuff Kids Write, we have a marriage proposal written by a 6-year-old complete with “Yes” and “No” check boxes. I think he should have included a “Prenuptial” check box, as well, but maybe that’s just being cynical. Go check it out here.
Today I found a note that Slim had written for Kick Ass Wife at some point and left in the Hellcat’s room. Ouch. Click here to see how he shamed his mother.
Nicholas, age 5, wrote this informative guide to pigs. It’s enlightening, to say the least. Click here to learn more about where bacon, ham, and other pig products actually come from.
I haven’t been writing much, but fortunately Slim has been picking up the slack. You can read one of his recent pieces over at StuffKidsWrite.com. Click here to read about Slim’s updated summer plans.
There is an 8-year-old, RK, featured at StuffKidsWrite.com today who could best be described as a numbers guy. He’s a lot like his dad, one of my best friends. Click here to check it out.
If you like punk, you’ll love the lyrics co-penned by two young writers in New Jersey that is featured at Stuff Kids Write today. And it was submitted by one of my favorite bloggers, JM Randolph who writes at Accidental Stepmom.
Click here to get your punk on.
But be careful not to strain a neck muscle while thrashing out to it.
Are you a good 3 fro shooter?
Dictator is. They’re easy for him.
Click here to check out this 6-year-old’s thoughts on basketball and writing (two of my favorite activities) over at StuffKidsWrite.com.
I often wonder when talking to my kids (telling them not to do something) if they just hear the Charlie-Brown’s-teacher voice. Judging by their lack of acknowledgment of my existence in those instances, I’m guessing they do.
Not the 6-year-old featured at StuffKidsWrite.com today. She listens to her mom. Really listens. You’ll see what I mean if you click here.