I think it’s pretty well documented that around here, we love a good worksheet. Debates, Super Bowl Bingo, Lunch Log – we’re not picky. Give us a crisp worksheet, a clipboard, and a sharp #2 Dixon Ticonderoga, and we’re happy. At least 66% of our household is happy.
So, tomorrow night, Sophie and I will be sitting in front of the laptop with clipboards in hand while Martin moans with the unfairness of it all, as we watch the State of the Union.
To keep everybody’s attention, we’ve created the Unofficial State of the Union Worksheet. Using this sheet, we’re going to track the usage of the terms we think are likely to be included in the speech. We’re going to keep it very simple, leaving tally marks each time we hear a phrase used. We’re not going to worry about total accuracy and there’s no way to win. Unless of course, you count a night with clipboards and your children as a win. WHICH I DO.
Want to join us? Print your own!
Print it: State of the Union Worksheet