When Sentences Make You Sad

Eight-year-old Cameron brought his books home from school in June. His dad, Lloyd, found this:

Cameron’s writing has appeared here before. Please check out a touching post, How Our Kids Re-Write Us, and two funny ones, When Kids Try Hot Sauce and Stuipid Gardening.

Follow Lloyd’s intelligent and hilarious musings on Twitter: @LloydRang.

About Leanne Shirtliffe

Leanne Shirtliffe is the author of SLOTH TO THE RESCUE, SAVING THUNDER THE GREAT, THE CHANGE YOUR NAME STORE, and NO MORE BEIGE FOOD (2016). She also wrote humor books DON'T LICK THE MINIVAN: Things I Never Thought I'd Say To My Kids and MOMMYFESTO. She and her family live in Calgary, Alberta because they like complaining about the weather.

Posted on July 17, 2012, in School Assignments. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Reblogged this on Mose Karanja and commented:
    Kids are the best!

  2. To be fair, it was a sad sentence to write. Poor kid 😉

  3. Reblogged this on Deals & FREEbies Galore and commented:
    Need a little giggle fest? This ought to do it! 🙂

  4. Love this — reblogging!

  5. Ha! I am laughing out loud right now. That’s a great one! Does no red check after the second sentence mean the teacher didn’t count it? That would be so awful! Or maybe she did…first the question mark, and then the check mark over it shows some resignation there… 🙂

  6. It’s genius but I must point out, it is most definitely altered after the fact by someone other than the kid.

    But, it doesn’t take away from it being funny!

  7. littleshygirlmadehappy

    Reblogged this on littleshygirlmadehappy.

  8. Hahaha! We’ve all felt the same way!

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