I like bread. Do you like bread? We like bread. See Ms. Glaze buy bread. See Ms. Glaze eat bread. See Ms. Glaze finish whole entire loaf of bread in one day.
Today's lesson boys and girls is on the French white bread with a thick dense spongy crumb called Pain de Mie. In the United States we call this sandwich bread. But here in France, we call it: addictive. Uh-dic-tive. Good.
I would like you to write a short essay on Pain de Mie and post it below. I will give you an example from a previous student, Billy, who used his creativity to share with the class on why he likes Pain de Mie so very, very much:
"My mommy buys me pain de mie. She cuts off the crusts and then slices it for toast. I like it when she puts jam and butter on top. But what I really wish she would do is make a bed for me out of pain de mie so that I could squish into its soft crumb and fall asleep. I would like to take my nap on a pain de mie mattress because I don't think I would have anymore nightmares. I want her to make me two pain de mie pillows too, so I can smell the bread as I am going to sleep. My mommy would be the best mommy in the world if she would do this for me."
See? Wasn't that lovely?
Lesson for tomorrow is on why Ms. Glaze is fat. Ms. Glaze is fat because she can't stop eating French bread. Ms. Glaze needs to stop eating French bread or she will be as big as a house and no one will want to play with her anymore because she won't be able to squeeze through her tiny Paris apartment doorway.