I don’t think children as young as preschoolers would know of the French Revolution; that’ll have to wait until maybe first grade (maybe fifth or even ninth).
Maybe Dill’s brothers can make a guillotine.
Tell that to Marie Antoinette
Wouldn’t that be “Mr. Fingerhead”, Marcus?
And when life gives you durian, make durian ice cream …
The writers at Marvel are running out of names for their heroes/villains.
I’m sure Alice will have ideas for beheading …
Nothing like decapitation to liven up playtime.
Hey, Miss Bliss! These kids haven’t studied history yet! You must explain more carefully!
And so, for the 2nd comic strip today (see C’est la Vie), Mireille Mathieu’s legendary La Marseillaise:
Well, I didn’t expect the Spanish Inquisition! ☺
They could pretend one puppet is the Red Queen. “Off with your head!”
I like Miss Bliss’s sense of humor.
Be sure and remove your finger before the puppet goes to the guillotine.
There are WAY too many people pretending it’s the French Revolution right now.
That woman is so not right. Comes from loving a Banjo Man.
Oh no! The Snape puppet lost his head — time for a new installment of Potter Puppet Pals!
Not those creepy puppets again – move on!
Miss Bliss and Marcus sure do look similar (cue dramatic soap opera music).