Homeschool, Christmas and Lord Vader?!

Ahhhh, the 4 year old homeschool "curriculum"...

The joys of painting...
The joys of learning computer typing games from your brothers....

Our youngest student is much more interested in doing some school everyday. If I write something on the wipe board she is quick (and accurate!) to copy it. This year she may even participate in our homeschool group's Christmas play. When I was going over the parts and characters available for the students to act as in the play she was quite adamant that she would be Darth Vader. I'm going to have to read the Christmas story again to her and often to prove that the evil Lord Vader is not a part of the story!

And when images like these mix in your head it makes sense to go to YouTube, right? There you can find anything.

Is this just wrong?

6 comments:

Cecilia said...

thats just too funny. You are right you can find anything on Youtube...

if she really wants to be him in the play, we can easly write him in!

God bless!

Lindsay said...

Yes.

Lindsay said...

So, my boys just watched the video. A while later, it was our turn to question about what to be in the play, and following the the trend, I said, "Maybe you'd like to be the star of Bethlehem" to which the response was, "A Star Wars?" saind while wielding an imaginary light saber.

Christine said...

I had to watch the whole thing. I thought it was funny....you are right amazing what you can find on Youtube.

Thanks for sharing

MamaMidwife said...

I would never have thought you could find anything on Youtube.

My 8 year old thought this was THE BEST christmas video he'd seen so far.

And we both laughed and cracked up through the whole thing.

Hee hee. Thanks!

Jamie said...

We are a Star Wars home here, but...I think this is kind of sad. I guess I'm a party pooper.

I'm too serious, aren't I?
One thing I dislike about youtube is that if you are looking up something, like a nice religious song, they will list a bunch of them and then put one thing bad on there, just to tempt your curiousity. Why do they do that?

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