Thursday, December 29, 2011

LIGHTING THE WAY WITH WORDS



Lulu and Her Lavender Lion: (12:31)
A girl's journey through her memories with her imaginary friend.
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Have you heard the word "believe" used in different idioms or phrases? Let me give you some examples:

"Seeing is believing that she really got a lollipop." 

"When she first saw the treat she said, 'I don't believe this!"

"It was hard to believe she just got a lollipop shaped like Snoopy." 

"Is this lollipop make believe or can I really eat it?"

"I do believe she likes that lollipop."  

"You'd better believe she'll eat the whole lollipop in one sitting."

Can you think of any idioms or phrases that use the word "believe" in them? Feel free to share them or any visual definitions you have of the word over on our Facebook page. You can also send them to nightlightstories@gmail.com. We believe you can do it!

Believe you me! As always, we look forward to watching the glow grow brighter with the many words we can share together.

1 comment:

Chris said...

"Now do you believe!?!?!? Now do you believe?!?!?!" are two lines from which Night Light Story?