Morgan's first grade class was given the assignment to write directions for cooking a turkey.
The instructions also state they should include a list of ingredients, oven temperature and time; but clearly Morgan felt those things to be less than important. Obviously the ingredient is one turkey and a hot oven until it is done.
It is also clear that Morgan finds vowels optional.
1. The frst thing to shoot a trcey.
(Should I be worried that she was able to spell the word "shoot" correctly?)
2. then you rost a trcey
(I should warn those of you that have stumbled onto this blog because you actually want to know how to cook a turkey that there are actually several steps between 1 and 2, so maybe consult another source.)
3. then we tac it owt of the uvin
(That is how oven should be spelled. The English language makes no sense! Also, when I read the word owt, I wondered if the turkey got hurt by the tac.)
4. then we put it on the chray
(Chray makes total sense, as well. Ugh! No wonder our kids are illiterate.)
5. then we srv it to my famle.
(Just in case you were planning on using it as a decoration instead.)