Sunday, January 22, 2012

second graders say . . .

As many of you may already know, I've been helping teach the second grade sunday school class at my church. I got so lucky. Second grade is by far the best age of kids to work with. They're old enough to comprehend most things, but still young enough to say absolutely amazing, adorable, and hilarious things.


On this particular weekend, the middle-schoolers were away on a trip with the youth group. The leader asked the young Sunday Schoolers if they had any older siblings, and if they knew what they were doing this weekend. One child produced the answer:
"I'm pretty sure it has something to do with the war in Canada."

While playing a game similar to a watered-down version of charades, one guess at the identity of an actor was:
 "Are you Michael Jackson?!"
The correct answer was sandwich.


While learning about John the Baptist, it was mentioned that John spent time in the wilderness. One of the teachers posed the question: "Why do you think John came back from the wilderness?" One child posed the explanation:
"He ran out of cream cheese."

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