December 17, 2013
Here’s my 6-year-old son’s Christmas list for this year…
(Please share this with the world—it would make him very happy!)
This Wish to Believe in Santa Claus
Ridiculous Riddles for Christmas
Oh I love this so muuuch! And I totally want that LEGO Tower of Babel!
Olga, thanks! I’m glad you like it! (It wasn’t easy trying to explain the Tower of Babel to my son!)
I’ll be sharing this with my bilingual/ESL teacher ed students after the break. Bonus points for the team who can explain the significance of the most items!
Mandy, thanks for sharing this with your students! I hope they like it, too!
I want something that will make me smile more than once.
I want some kind of tool or system which will help me have more nice dreams.
I want a game which has a nice smell to it and when I press the button, music emerges which gives the smell even more character.
Al, I’ll put in a good word to Santa for you. Keep smiling through the holidays!
I’m impressed! But there were things I may need to check out for my kids! Thank you.
I enjoyed this. I will have to build a Lego Tower of Babel with my children, what a fabulous idea!
This year, my children have written 2 letters to Santa – one in each of their languages, asking for different things in each one. Can’t blame them for trying!!
Millie, yes, a bilingual child has the chance of getting double the number of presents from Santa!
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