because people speak English
My older brother built a stage in our basement for my kids last week! We painted the wall behind the stage with chalkboard paint. This way, the kids and their friends can draw whatever scene or message they want for their plays and performances.
The chalkboard paint has a special warning on it:
Wait three days before drawing on chalkboard surface.
You can imagine how hard it is for my kids to wait! They are eager to draw their first scene and perform their first show. In the meantime, I can't help wonder what other uses we might find for this chalkboard wall.
Can you come up with some suggestions for my family?
Share your ideas in the comments below. (Write your comment, or record your comment using video or audio.)
Review this reference page on "Should" to make sure you know how to make suggestions and give advice. Here are some starters for you:
a blank slate: someone or something that is in its original state
*This image is of the chalkboard in my front hall. I change the quotes on it regularly. I also have a chalkboard in my garden.
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