The kids do not have school today. This morning Joe is finishing his report about the sun. The report is due tomorrow. He pulled facts from books, and I helped him re-write the words for the actual report.
While typing up his report he says, “Mommy. You can’t go into the sun. You wrote ‘will find’ and it should be ‘would find’.” He went on to correct my spelling, “Mommy, the inside of the sun has the ‘convective zone’, you wrote ‘connective’.” The boy is in 2nd grade.
23 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 289 The Report”
I tried an experiment…trying to like this 2 or 3 times. Alas, only one like shows. Great photo!
Thank you, Georgette. This photo is a nice capture to reflect back to throughout the years.
Small consolation, but at least you can find comfort in the fact that you’re smarter than I am. My eye went straight to this sentence and I imagined a cup of coffee writing a school report: This morning Joe is finishing his report about the sun.
You are quick, Hipster. Quick and funny. I opened up the post to see if I could better understand your comment. Thankfully, because I am slow, I noticed the very first word of the post was wrong. Apparently I needed a morning Joe to catch the goof.
Buzz, buzz. Is that a future spelling bee participants I’m hearing? 😉
Oh my! That is all I can say. You have a budding genius!
I hope I don’t dumb him down too much, Beth Ann. 🙂
I ❤ grammarians.
He is a wise grammarian, Steve. I’m not sure how he got that way.
Sounds like he doesn’t need your help at all, Lenore. You can just sit back, relax and grab another pint of ice cream.
He doesn’t need my help, Jackie. I just slow him down. Pass me another pint, please.
This young genius is only in the second grade?? Omg Lenore, you may have a hard time keepin’ up. What a remarkable boy!
Blessings ~ Maxi
He’s already surpassed me in knowledge, Maxi. He’ll be tutoring me soon. 🙂
They certainly keep you on your toes Lenore Diane. Thanks for sharing.
Yes they do, Judith. Sha’woo. Thank you for visiting.
I know. I know.
omg. A second-grade editor? Spare me. I think I could use him, though.
“Spare me”. Ha. I don’t hear that very often from others, but my family says it all the time. Love it.
And yes – a 2nd grader. The kid is smarter than I am. True.
Smart fella you have there. Better teach him to type!
Oh he’s typing, Patti. Pecking really, but he’s getting there.
I wish I could infuse your son’s writing abilities into my son. A mom can dream, can’t she? Love the photo.
Always dream, Susan. Always dream. 🙂 Glad you liked the photo. Thank you.