Designed as an entertaining exercise for reviewing and/or practicing identifying truth v.s. fantasy in sentences, this activity is simple enough to serve as independent seat work. All of the sentences involve animals, and many of the statements were created by imaginative second graders. The teacher instructions are very clear and include teacher-student dialogue to introduce or review the skill. Students are engaged by the silly content of the fantasy sentences, and there is an opportunity at the end of the exercise for them to chose any two sentences to draw. Papers may be graded or students can enjoy reading the finished exercise aloud with the teacher to check answers/assess mastery as a class.