Daily Prompt: Ready, Set Go

Set a timer for ten minutes. Open a new post. Start the timer, and start writing. When the timer goes off, publish.

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I can do 10 mins!

I always need a visual prompt, (being a visual learner) so I thought I would chat about the subject that seems to be in everyone’s vocab at the moment, the snow!

This picture is the view yesterday from my classroom. Driving to school it was snowing and I knew it was going to be a mad day. Children are like cats, when the day is windy or snowy the children go bonkers, wild, up the wall. And I was right. I thought to get it out of their system a bit I would take them out first thing and let them skid, run, use me as a snow ball target, etc. And no the health and safety form probably didn’t cover all of that, but hey, kids need to have fun! But that was not the end of the madness, they then spent the rest of the day with attitudes, falling out and general horribleness.

Bugger 10 mins done already, that went quick!

Thanks for dropping by x

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18 thoughts on “Daily Prompt: Ready, Set Go

  1. Snow is not on everyone’s vocab. It depends on where you live. Here it’s the heat. It’s still school holidays here, but as the first day of school is traditionally the hottest day of the year (even when the first day was shifted to another day) there’s bound to be trouble (excuse me) brewing. πŸ™‚

    • Hehe! Oh yes I forgot the rest of the world has weather too! Now I think you are just trying to rub it in about the hot weather! What I wouldn’t give to be sat on a hot beach right now…. Nice! X

      • Not trying to rub it in at all.. It seems like all of Oz is on fire. Anyway, I hate the heat, Let’s swap, I’ll be toasting the marshmallows over an open fire .
        PS. I also meant to add that if I had it to do again, I would be nominating you as my teacfher or at the very least my children’s teacher. You’re lovely.

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