Today was an extraordinary day. Twas amazing. Amazing, I say. The class started off as we frolicked over to our teacher, Mr Nick. "Toodili do!" he cried. "Karen! Teach us how to play a game!"
"Indubitably," she replied. And so, our dear Karen taught us to play a game called Tail Tag.
"Todili do!" Mr Nick cried. "Let us set forth into the forest." And so we frolicked along. And as we were discussing gumdrops and rainbows and where to go next, we were suddenly attacked.
By flying little angry LAZER WORMS.
"Toodili do!" Mr Nick exclaimed. "Run!" And so we all ran for our lives. Poor Karen was lazered five times in a row! And everyone crowded around her, asking if this horrible tragedy could possibly be true.
"Indubitably," she replied. Then Laura said in a thick Scottish accent,
"AYE, we be headin' to the creek now, AYE." And Mr Nick said,
"Toodili do! Let us set forth, to the creek!" So we froliky-dolideed over. And we dashingly ate our skippy-doodle lunch. And we all loved skipping our stones. And we were told a wonderful story. And we were told about safety. And unicorns! And gumdrops! And sunshine! And ponies!
"Toodili do!" Mr Nick said. "Let's go and make baskets!"
"AYE. We should do that now, AYE." said Laura.
"Indubitably." commented Karen. So we frolicked along to create baskets with the wonderful imagination that our rainbow-y heads possessed.
"Hopscotch hooray!" exclaimed Nolan. "Tis a turtle amongst the leaves!"
"And tis feasting on the mushroomy goodness!" said Hamid.
Hannah and Khaliyah told us to form the most miraculous baskets there could ever be. Beautiful baskets, containing the wonders and joys of life in its purest and most happy form. Most of us only created semi-happy baskets, but some were truly able to capture joy and light. A gift from a friendly unicorn rider in the form of SUPER GREAT BASKETS was quite kind as well.
"Toodili do!" cried Mr Nick. "I believe we should now head back to our jolly little homes!" So we scrubbled back home, our clothing frightfully soiled and our wee grabbers awfully scratched. Nevertheless, we were all quite chipper and glad, our faces stretched into shining little grins.
In the end, we had a truly splendiferous day!
In the words of Mr Nick, "Toodili do!"