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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

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I ran across this article while surfing the web this afternoon. Hosting a wedding for kindergartners is a creative idea, I just don't know if I totally approve. I don't remember how I learned that Q and U go together, but it sure wasn't from a kindergarten wedding.

(From Playing wedding is a common game kids play. They get dressed up, assign roles and mimic the weddings they've seen on TV, in the movies or have attended as a guest or member of the bridal party.Here's the story of how one creative kindergarten teacher planned a wedding for her students, teaching them the important lesson that the letter Q is always followed by the letter U. Read more

I guess this is one way to explain it to your child, but is it really THAT serious? I can think of a few other ways to explain to my children why Q and U should always follow one another. How about:

1. Just like peanut butter and jelly, the letters Q and U should always be together.
2. Just like peas and carrots (if your children eat them)...
3. Just like mommy and daddy...
4. Just like t-shirts and underpants (in my home anyway)...
5. Just like waffles and syrup...

Need I go on?

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