Monday, September 28, 2009

Think before you act

Caitlin always feels bored during mealtimes and requests for made-up stories to be told to her since we don't allow her to read at the dining table. On a 'lucky' night, we got her to create her own instead. This is her first story she handwrote on her own while eating dinner (thus the spelling/grammar errors and lack of proper punctuation/paragraphing). She has created many other stories in the past but most were narrated to us.

Title: How a stupid mosqito (sic) landed into a zebra's mouth

Once upon a time there was a stupid mosqito (mosquito) who lived in a dark hole in a tree. One day a herd of zebras came. The mosqito was very happy because he will be luky (lucky) to eat. So he quikly (quickly) flew out of his hole. And he picked one of the zebras in the herd and wanted to sting his tounge (tongue) while he was eating grass. So he went inside his mouth. And when he was about to sting him his mouth closed from finished eating and the mosqito died to death. Because of his stupidness. Moral: think before you act.
The end.

3 comments:

Sue Shiew said...

Hey, thats a very clever story! So creative...some more got moral! haha....she is one special girl...

Anna said...

Thanks Sue. When it comes to things like this, she is very quick. As I remember how you describe it, a bit 'senget'!

mumsgather said...

She's really good. You must read a lot to her. :)