Tuesday, September 11, 2012

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In Speech therapy today, Max did a Mad-Lib.  It's something that he doesn't always like to do, but today he really stuck with it and thought the end result was funny.  Again, he uses his computer to select his words, so all of the red words were chosen by Max.  





DRIVING IN THE CAR
Last summer for a vacation, my dad drove us to (the) park
A PLACE
. Our car is a/an 2001
YEAR
 sedan with 2
NUMBER
 doors and a/an hot
ADJECTIVE
 motor. We started out at sunrise. My mom and dad spent all night reading
VERB ENDING IN 'ING'
 the house and working
VERB ENDING IN 'ING'
 the car so we could get an early start. My dad took his golf books
PLURAL NOUN
 and my mom took her tennis animal
NOUN
. I took my dog, mom
PERSON IN ROOM
. The dog and I and my little easy
ADJECTIVE
 sister sat in the back. My dad was the driver, and as he came out of the driveway he ran into a/an duck
NOUN
 and dented a/an duck
NOUN
. My mom said, “Why don’t you pay attention and watch where you are learning
VERB ENDING IN 'ING'
?” After 4
NUMBER
 hours, we stopped to open
VERB
 at a drink
NOUN
. The drink
SAME NOUN
 was horrible, and this got my dad burning
VERB ENDING IN 'ING'
 again. After driving quickly
ADVERB
 in this manner for two days, we finally arrived here and have been having a really embarrasing
ADJECTIVE
 time.


We also have cousin Addie here with us for a couple of days playing.  She and Max are great buddies, and they each took turns drawing pictures for each other this morning.

Max chose all the colors in this one...
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That's a drawing of Addie, with red hair!

And Addie drew, I think they were Easter eggs, that turned into a rainbow.
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And she spelled Max's name by herself, and her own name by herself!

This is a short a sweet post, because I'm pretty tuckered out!  Max has music therapy and school tomorrow.  On Monday, this is as alert as he was for school, and after going over his homework and reading a story, she had to leave because he was so out of it!

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I hope for his teacher he's a little more alert tomorrow!



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