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A Special Time for the Left Family Activity

This is a fun activity having all the children in a circle with each child having one item in their hands like a pencil, piece of paper, candy, etc.  The idea is to have the child pass the item (s) in the their hands to the left or right according to the story.  Each time the children will have a new item.  This idea was done for birthdays, Easter-time, Christmas-time with gifts in each of the children’s hands and when the story finished, the gift was theirs to keep.  Even the idea having one chocolate bar verses smaller pieces of candy to each and when the story ended, that chocolate bar was for the child to keep and eat along with the little pieces of candy.  Have fun trying this activity!!

A Special Time for the Left Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Left were celebrating their special day
today.   It was Left’s fifth anniversary. 
They chose the right
restaurant to go to celebrate.  It was
their favorite Italian restaurant not far from Left’s house.  Their
children, Mary Left, John Left, and Peter Left planned the whole event. 
Also, the 6PM time was the right
time to go before it became crowded. 

Some of the other family and
friend members asked for directions.  The
children wanted the family and friends to have the right direction and not get lost: 
go 3 miles to Center Street, make a left,
go another 3 blocks, stay in the left
lane and make another left turn on 4th
Street, take 4th Street to Heart Avenue and make a right, go 2 blocks and you will see the
Italian restaurant on your left,
make a left turn into the parking
lot.  Make sure you stay in the right side of the parking lot because
there is more than one restaurant there and park in the right side of the parking lot. 
The tables are located in back of the restaurant but ask for Mr. Right, the manager, when you go
in.  You will see all the names on the
tables for your seating.  It was not long
when Mom Left and Dad Left entered.  They were surprised to see many family
members and friends attending and seated around the table. Of course, the
children were seated next to mom and dad left:
Mary Left, John Left, and Peter Left.  They sat on the right side of the table. 
Grandpa Left sat on the left side of the table.  Next to him were Grandpa and Grandma Right. 
Yes, the owner of the Italian Restaurant!  Mr. and Mrs. Left’s closest friends filled the rest of the table.  Seated was Sam who is Mr. Left’s boss; Susie who was Mr. Left’s co-worker.  Mr. Left’s brother came late, Barry Left, along with Mrs. Left’s sister, Susie.  They all had a great celebration for the 5th
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Left.  That’s the story of the celebration for Mr.
and Mrs. Left.  Did I get that all right!


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