Takes a Vacation
Day after day, the punctuation marks showed up in Mr. Wright’s classroom. They did their jobs but the children did not respect or treat them right. They erased them, replaced them, corrected them, and ignored them. Then one day Mr. Wright said, “Let’s give the punctuation’s a vacation”. The children didn’t even care, so the angry punctuation marks left. But when the children came back to class there was a problem it was hard to read or write without punctuation marks. All of their sentences ran together and didn’t make sense; they are happy when punctuation returns.