by Shannon Victor and Mark Saldanha
In reading, second graders performed an old improv comedy game, where they had to respond to a partner with a specific type of sentence. We put all of the sentence types (command, question, statement, exclamation) in a random generator, and when a certain type of sentence popped up, the students had to quickly think on their feet and act out the silly sentence. They had a blast! Some of the examples were pretty funny - one person was a pizza place owner who didn't serve meat, and the other person was a customer who only wanted a pepperoni pizza. Ask your child to tell you about our fun game!