listen to our spooky halloween episode and read “Black and Bittern Was Night” by Robert Heidbreder, illustrated by John Martz. and then…..see if you can figure out the meaning to all of the nonsense this Halloween!!! Bah-ha-ha-ha!!!
there once was a fig in the park
who stole buttons just for a lark
he went running away
that nonsense fig from the park
alliteration is alright, albeit, an activity allowed after anniversaries and aquatic activities. aye, aye, aye!
Open the Wall and see if you can figure out what Josette is saying using the dislocated language key provided in Eugene Ionesco’s Story 2!
download this activity and see if you can spot all the changes to the different versions of Sing a Song of Sixpence. Can you create a version of your own?
download this MadLib style activity and decide what nonsense you would buy if you sailed in a sieve to the Western Sea like the Jumblies