Small Talk: If your school had a yard sale, what would you bring to sell?
Sunday, August 31, 2014
T-G Photos by Jim Davis
Students from School-Age Care Program at East Side Elementary School.
My mom has an old bed that pinches her when you
sleep in it. So I would let the school sell it. I do not know
how much the school could sell a bed that pinches.
I have several books that are for kids in kindergarden
that could help them learn how to read. I am not sure
how many I have but I will bring all that I have. The
books are very short and it will not take long to read
them so they are worth about five dollars each.
We have an old mattress in the garage that is
worth around three dollars the school could have
I have an old raggedy, floppy book about animals that
I do not read anymore. The book is still good to use
and I think it is worth thirteen dollars.
I have a microwave that is worth fifty dollars that the
school could sell in their yard sale.
Up in our attic my daddy has an old horse piggy bank
that he doesn't use anymore that is what I would bring
to the school's yard sale. I think it maybe worth around
I would bring my grandmother's old butter churn. Also
a metal thing that you shine shoes on and a metal
serving cart and both of those were made in a prison.
All total they would be worth over three hundred
I have a big stuff animal that is a bear and the school
could sell it for twenty dollars.
I have ten books on horses that I do not read anymore
and I think they could sell for ten dollars each.
I would bring dog Altie. My grandmother doesn't
like him in the house. The school could sell him for
ten thousand dollars.