So I've come up with some criteria for keeping some and getting rid of some.
If the paper is more than 50% Biscuit's own work, I keep it. If it's not, I don't. There are occasional exceptions, but for the most part, I've stuck with this rule.
Here are a few papers Biscuit brought home this week:
|This one features a good sample of |
Biscuit's handwriting, so I'll keep it.
|As for this one, I'll keep it for a little while, just because |
when I ask Biscuit to tell me about it, he says "calerpittar."
|An arthur came to visit Biscuit's school. No, not an author, |
and arthur. She wrote a book about dreams. She talked to the kids about her book, then asked them to draw their idea of a happy dream. Biscuit drew Iron Man flying under a blue cloud.
|The arthur gave the kids "happy dream rings." She said for the |
kids to put them close to their beds, so they'll have good dreams.