* Author's note: This is the print for a picture book geared for ages three to seven.
Oh, what a great day at school! Our teacher was named Mr. Green. Everyone liked him because he was firm, but never, ever mean.
All the kids got ready because there was so much to do. Allie stopped in her tracks and said, "Mr. Green, please tie my shoe."
First we practiced our counting skills. After one, comes number two. Brookelynn raised her hand and asked, "Will someone tie my shoe?"
During the morning message, Mr. Green told us what to do. But before we could start, first he had to tie Connor's shoe.
We loved to learn our ABC's. But when we sang, we stopped at Q because Danny raised his hand and said, "I need someone to tie my shoe."
Music time was lots of fun. There were drums, a guitar, and a flute. Emily suddenly stopped her strumming to ask the teacher to lace her boot.
At coloring time, we all drew pictures. Frankie asked, “Can we use markers too?”
Mr. Green smiled and said, “Of course, but first I must tie your shoe.”
Gretta ran to the back of the room. Whatever was she planning to do?
She stopped with a plop, and said, “I need someone to tie my shoe.”
Learning our colors was very hard work. Red, yellow, green, and blue. Halldyn pointed to his red socks, then said, “Oh no! Won’t you tie my shoe?”
Mr. Green had a stuffy nose. It made him sneeze and sneeze. Inga said, “God bless you and tie my shoe please.”
On picture day, everyone dressed up. John wore his new suit. Before he smiled and said cheese, he asked, “Can you fix my boot?”
Kennedy tripped and bumped her head. She never even cried. Mr. Green helped her up and said, “Oh no, look, your shoe is untied.”
Lydia gave Mr. Green a hug and said, “I love you.”
He patted her head and replied, “I bet you want me to tie your shoe.”
At recess, Martha ran fast so she would be first on the slide, but Mr. Green stopped her. “No running if your shoes are untied.”
During Show and Tell, Nora was the very first speaker. Before she shared, she said, “Please tie my sneaker.”
When the class got too noisy, Mr. Green said, “One, two, freeze!”
Olivia pointed to her shoes and whispered, “Tie them please.”
As we stretched our wiggles out, we tried to touch our knees.
Parker looked at his feet. "Mr. Green, will you tie my shoe please?"
Before lunchtime, we welcomed someone new. Quinten fit right in when he said, “Please tie my shoe.”
To lead the class to the lunch room, Mr. Green picked Rue. She hurried to the door, right after the teacher tied her shoe.
In the cafeteria, Sofie ate her stew. Then the lunch lady came over and tied her shoe.
After lunch, everyone had smiles on their faces. Timmy giggled and said, “Please tie my shoelaces.”
We were learning to write our names. Mr. Green showed how to make a U, then Ulyssess tapped him on the shoulder and asked, “Can you tie my shoe?”
At recess we played ball. When Violet ran around the bases, Mr. Green yelled, “Stop! I need to tie your laces.”
Wrigley sat on the floor. She tried and she tried. Finally she gave up and cried, “My shoes are untied.”
During art time, the class began to trace, but Xavier stopped and asked, “Can you tie my shoelace?”
At free time, Yasmine drew flowers and trees. When she was done, she said, “Tie my shoes please.”
After mastering the alphabet,Zach practiced writing a perfect Z. He noticed something wrong and said, “Mr. Green, tie my shoe please.
As the day came to an end, we all got ready to go. Mr. Green sighed and said, "Thank goodness, I have Velcro."
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