This is a silly story about a weasel's exaggerated adventure to help students learn about hyperboles. Students highlight the squares of text that contain the hyperbole. By the story's conclusion, the punchline to a joke is unveiled. Children should learn about hyperboles because they enhance language skills and stimulate creativity. Hyperboles are a type of figurative language that uses extreme exaggeration to make a point or show emphasis. Recognizing and using hyperboles helps develop a child's creative thinking and writing skills, as they must think beyond literal meanings.