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A Story-Alex the Alligator and Andy the Ant 管理者 2011-10-31

Alex the Alligator and Andy the Ant
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “Alex the Alligator and Andy the Ant.”
 
Narrator:  One day Alex the Alligator was walking in the woods.  He was very hungry and was looking for food.  The same day Andy the Ant was walking in the woods.  He was very hungry and was looking for food.
 
Jordan:  What a cute Alligator!!!!
 
Tristan:  I think Andy is so cool!!!!
 
Narrator:  They both stopped in the same place under an apple tree, but they first looked at each other.   
 
Ant:  I am hungry, but you are too big.
 
Alligator:  I am hungry, but you are too small.
 
Narrator:  Then they looked up at the apple in the tree. 
 
Jordan:  Do ants and alligators like to eat apples?  
 
Tristan:  I think Alex and Andy do.
 
Ant:  The apple looks good, but it is too high.  How can we get the apple?
 
Jordan: What can they do? 
 
Tristan:  They will have to think.
 
Alex the Alligator:  I will put my legs on the tree and you can climb on my back.
Then you can get the apple and we can share it.
 
Ant:  But I am afraid you will eat me.
 
Alligator:  I already told you, you are too small.
 
Ant:  Ok, but if you eat me, you won’t be able to eat the apple. So let’s do it.
 
Narrator:  Andy the Ant was on his toes.  He wanted to take the apple, but just then the
wind blew and Andy the Ant fell down and hit his head.
 
Jordan: Is Andy ok?     
 
Tristan:  I hope so.
 
Narrator:  Alex the Alligator called 911.
 
Alligator:  Help!!  My friend the ant fell down. Please come! Quick!
 
Narrator:  So the ambulance came and took Andy the Ant and Alex the Alligator away.
 
Tristan:  Where are they going? 
 
Jordan: They have to go to the doctor.
 
Narrator:  The doctor came to the ambulance.
 
Alligator:  Is the ant going to be ok?
 
Doctor:  The ant is going to be ok, but next time you want an apple, you can ask for help
from a monkey.
 
Jordan:  What can we learn from this story? 
 
Tristan:  If something is too hard to do, you can ask for help from others.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Alex the Alligator and Andy the Ant.”
 


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B Story-Bobby the Bear 管理者 2011-10-30

Bobby the Bear
 
Everyone:  Hello, today we are going to read you the story, “Bobby the Bear”.
 
Narrator:  When Bobby the Bear was 4 years old, he wanted a bicycle. 
 
Bobby the Bear:  Can I have a bicycle for my birthday?
 
Daddy:  No, Bobby, you are too young.
 
Tristan- Why is he too young?
 
Jordan- He is too small and his dad does not want Bobby the Bear to get hurt.
 
Daddy:  When you are 6 years old, you can have a bicycle.
 
Narrator: That day Bobby the Bear was very sad when his friend Betty the Bird came to see him.
 
Jordan- Can birds talk to bears?
 
Tristan- I don’t know but it looks like Betty and Bobby can.
 
Betty the Bird: Don’t be sad. Let’s play.
 
Bobby the Bear:  Ok, thank you for being a good friend.
 
Narrator:  When Bobby had his 6th Birthday, his daddy gave him a bicycle and many balloons.
 
Daddy:  Here is a bicycle for your birthday.  You are 6 years old and you are big.  Happy Birthday!
 
Bobby the Bear:  Thank you, Daddy.  Can I ride my bicycle?
 
Narrator:  But before his daddy said yes, Bobby the Bear was already on his bicycle.
 
Jordan- Does he know how to ride a bicycle?
 
Narrator:  Bobby began to ride his bicycle with his friend Betty the Bird.
 
Tristan- Bobby looks so happy.  He can really ride a bicycle.
 
Narrator:  Bobby the Bear was so happy. He let his hands go up and let go of the balloons.
When he saw his balloons in the sky, he started to cry.
 
Tristan- Did he want to let go off the balloons?
 
Jordan- I don’t think so. He is crying.
 
Narrator:  When Betty the Bird saw the balloons, she wanted to help her friend.
 
Jordan- Betty is a good friend. 
 
Tristan- It is nice to have good friends.
 
Narrator:  Betty the Bird gave the balloons to Bobby the Bear, and he was so happy.  The two friends had a great day.
 
Tristan- What can we learn from this story? 
 
Jordan- Sometimes you need to wait to do things until you are older.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Bobby the Bear.”

 
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C Story-Cathy the Cat 管理者 2011-10-29

Cathy the Cat
 
Everyone:  Hello, today we will read you a story “Cathy the Cat.”
 
Narrator:  When Cathy the Cat was growing up, she wanted to be a cook.  She would read books and watch TV about cooking.
 
Daniel: I like to cook too.         
 
Jordan: You don’t know how to cook.
 
Narrator:  While she was learning to be a cook, her friends were playing or sleeping.
 
Good and Bad Cat:  Why do you want to be a cook? Don’t you know? Cats can not cook.
 
Cathy the Cat:  I don’t care what you say; I want to be a cook.
 
Jordan:  I don’t think Cathy the Cat can cook.  
 
Daniel:  Let’s watch and see.
 
Cathy the Cat:  I will make a cookie and a cake and if you don’t believe me, then you can’t have any.
 
Narrator:  Some of her friends believed her, but some of her friends didn’t.
 
Daniel- Why don’t her friends believe her? 
 
Jordan- Because CATS CAN’T COOK!
 
Narrator:  While Cathy the Cat was watching TV, she saw there was a cooking contest.  She decided to enter the cooking contest, making her best cake and cookie.  So the cook began to eat the cake and cookie.  He then started rubbing his tummy, and all of a sudden, he threw up the cake and cookie all over Cathy. 
 
Cook:  That is the worst cake and cookie I have ever eaten.  You are a terrible cook. Go away. 
 
Jordan: I told you that cookie and cake would be bad.
 
Daniel:  But at least she tried to be a cook.
 
Narrator:  Cathy the Cat went back home and her friends were waiting. 
 
Good Cat and Bad Cat:   What happened at the cooking contest? 
 
Cathy the Cat:  The cook threw up my cake and cookie and said I was the worst cook ever.   
 
Good Cat:   It’s okay, you did your best. 
 
Bad Cat:   Ha, Ha, Ha, I told you cats can’t cook.   
 
Cathy:  “I don’t care what you say; I want to be a cook.  I will not give up.
 
Daniel:  I think it’s great she is going to keep trying.
 
Jordan:  Does she want the cook to throw up again?
 
Narrator:  Finally there was another cooking contest.  She decided to try and enter. She would make another cake and cookie for the cooking contest.
 
Daniel:  I hope she does well.
 
Jordan:  I hope the cook doesn’t throw up again.
 
Narrator:  So the cook ate the cookies and cake.  He started rubbing his tummy.
 
Cook:  That is the best cake and cookie I have ever eaten. Cathy, you are the winner of the cooking contest. 
 
Narrator:  When she got home, she told all her friends. Her good friends, who believed, got to eat all her great snacks.  And the friends, who didn’t believe her, didn’t get to eat any of her snacks.
 
Daniel:  I guess I will be eating the cookie and cake.
 
Jordan:  And I guess I will be going hungry.
 
Narrator:  In the end, Cathy had done what she wanted and became one of the best cooks, to prove that even cats can cook.
 
Jordan:  Boys and girls, what can you learn from this story?
 
Daniel:  Don’t listen to others who say you can’t do something. If you try, you can do anything.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story about Cathy the Cat.  Goodbye
 
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D Story-Danny the Dinosaur 管理者 2011-10-28

Danny the Dinosaur
 
 
Everyone:  Hello, today we are going to read you the story, “Danny the Dinosaur.”
 
Narrator:  It was Danny the Dinosaur’s first day of school.  He sat at home and felt very sad.
 
Tristan- Why is he so sad?
 
Jordan- Maybe he thinks the other students won’t like him.
 
Narrator:  His friends Doggy the Dog and Darin the Duck came to see him.
 
Doggy Dog:  When I was young, I went to an all dog school.  My mom made me go to a people school.  At first they laughed at me, but then I did something special and they all wanted to be my friend.
 
Darin Duck:  When I was young, I went to an all duck school.  My mom made me go to a people school.  At first they laughed at me, but then I did something special and they all wanted to be my friend.
 
Darin Duck and Doggy Dog:  Don’t be afraid of going to school.  We will be here when you get home.
 
Narrator:  So Danny went to school and he brought his doll named Dorothy. He also wore a name tag “Danny” so that the other students would know his name.
 
Tristan:  Don’t girls like dolls?  I thought Danny was a boy?
 
Jordan: Some boys like dolls, some girls like trucks.
 
Narrator:  When he got to school, all the kids looked at Danny the Dinosaur with strange faces.
 
Jordan:  What is a strange look? 
 
Tristan: It’s when someone doesn’t like you or thinks you look different and they look at you like something is wrong.
 
Student:  Why are you so tall, and your skin is go green?
 
Tristan: Because he is a Dinosaur, Duh!!!!!!!
 
Danny the Dinosaur:  Why are all of you so short, and all of your hair is black?
 
Jordan: He is right!!!!
 
Narrator:  At first everyone was angry, and then one boy started to laugh. 
 
Student:  Danny you are right, we are all different in our own ways.
 
Jordan:  I am happy that boy started to laugh.
 
Narrator:  The teacher saw what happened and had an idea.
 
Tristan: What was the teacher’s idea?
 
Teacher:  Because Danny is so tall, he can hold up another student, and they can erase the whiteboard.
 
Jordan: That’s a good idea.
 
Narrator:  When the students saw Danny holding up the other students they all cheered and wanted to be Danny’s friend.
 
Student:  Danny the Dinosaur, Danny the Dinosaur.  We love you.
 
Narrator:  At the end of the day Danny was so happy when he saw Doggy Dog and Darrin Duck waiting for him.   Danny told them about his day, and was so excited that he left his favorite doll Dorothy at school, and he didn’t even care, because he had new friends.
 
Darin Duck and Doggy Dog:  What happened at school?
 
Danny the Dinosaur:  You were right.  At first, they didn’t like me, but then I did something special and they all wanted to be my friend.
 
Tristan:  He really has good friends. What can you learn from this story?
 
Jordan:  You can learn to respect that people are different and have their own good qualities.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Danny the Dinosaur.”



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E Story-Eric the Eskimo’s Easter Egg Hunt 管理者 2011-10-27

Eric the Eskimo’s Easter Egg Hunt
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “Eric the Eskimo’s Easter Egg Hunt.”
 
Narrator:  Sunday was going to be Easter.  Eric the Eskimo was going to have an Easter Egg Hunt. He called his friend, Ernie the Elephant.
 
Eric:  Hello, Ernie can you come to my house for an Easter Egg Hunt? 
 
Ernie:   No way! Are you crazy? I don’t like you.  Ha Ha! Just kidding, I would love to come over to your house.
 
Daniel:  What is an Easter Egg Hunt? 
 
Jordan:  It is when boys and girls try to find eggs that their mommy and daddy hid.
 
Narrator:  At the same time, in the North Pole an Elf was making toys for Santa Claus.   This was not a good elf: instead of making toys for the children, this elf would make the toys and take them home.   When Santa Claus found out, he yelled.
 
Santa Claus:  You are a bad elf, and I don’t want your help anymore.  Leave the North Pole now! And never come back.
 
Elf:  I hate you and I hate Christmas.  In fact, I hate all holidays.  The next holiday I will ruin is Easter.  So watch out, Bunny.
 
Jordan:  I love Christmas. How could the Elf do such a bad thing?
 
Daniel:  In this world there are some good people and some bad people.
 
Narrator:  Now, let’s get back to Eric.  The night before Easter, Eric’s parents were hiding the eggs.  It just so happened that the evil elf was walking in the woods near his house.  When he saw all the eggs, he laughed out loud.
 
Elf:  Ha, Ha, Ha, now is my chance to ruin Easter.  I will steal all the eggs and there will be no Easter Egg Hunt.  Ha Ha Ha.
 
Jordan:  I really hate that elf.
 
Daniel:  Yea, he is really evil.
 
Narrator:  So, on the day of the Easter Hunt, Eric the Eskimo went to look for the eggs, but there were no eggs to be found.
 
Eric the Eskimo:  Where are my eggs?  Did someone eat them or take them?
 
Jordan:  How will he find out who stole his eggs?
 
Daniel:  Maybe Ernie can help him.
 
Narrator:  Ernie the Elephant knew he wanted to help his friend. 
 
Ernie the Elephant:  I think someone stole your eggs.  I will use my trunk to help smell for the stolen eggs.
 
Jordan:  He has a big nose so maybe he can really help.
 
Daniel:  He must be able to smell the eggs with his trunk and that will lead him to the person who stole the eggs.
 
Narrator:  His nose led him to a hill, and there he saw an Evil Elf laughing out loud about all the eggs he had stolen. 
 
Elf:  I can see you elephant, and there is nothing you can do because you are too far away, ha ha ha.
 
Tristan:  That is not right; I wish Ernie would do something.
 
Jordan:  Maybe he can use his trunk again.
 
Narrator:  Ernie the Elephant got really angry.
 
Ernie the Elephant:  You may be far away, but I have a very powerful trunk, so watch out.  
 
Narrator:  He walked up behind the Evil Elf and with his trunk began to blow air very hard.
 
Jordan:  Go Ernie, Go Ernie!
 
Daniel:   Wow! He really does have a strong trunk.
 
Narrator:  Ernie the Elephant blew so hard that the Evil Elf flew into a tree far away, which was so high he could not climb down. 
 
Daniel:  The Evil Elf looks so funny stuck in the tree.
 
Jordan:   I hope he can never get down.
 
Narrator:  Ernie the Elephant told Eric the Eskimo he found the eggs.  Then Eric started looking for his eggs.
 
Jordan:  Yea, Ernie is a good friend.
 
Daniel:  Would you do that for me?
 
Jordan:  Are you ada ada? No way! Ha ha, yes, you are my friend. I would help you.
 
Narrator:  After Eric the Eskimo found all of the Easter Eggs, he shared them with Ernie the Elephant until they could eat no more.
 
Tristan:  Boys and Girls, what can you learn from this story? 
 
Jordan:  Don’t steal from others; you may end up in a tree.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Eric the Eskimo’s Easter Egg Hunt.”


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F Story-Frank the Farmer 管理者 2011-10-26

Frank the Farmer
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “Frank the Farmer”.
 
Narrator:  Frank the Farmer had a garden in which he grew many fruits and vegetables.
He was very happy and always had plenty of food for his family.
 
Jordan: I like to eat vegetables. 
 
Tristan: I like fruits better. 
 
Narrator:  One year he went out to harvest his food and there was no food to be found.  He had seen a fox running around his farm, but he didn’t think the fox would eat in his garden.
 
Tristan: Do foxes like to eat fruits and vegetables?
 
Jordan: I guess this fox likes to eat them.
 
Narrator:  Well that day, Frank the Farmer was looking for his food, and then he saw it. The Fox was eating his last carrot.  He ran at the fox, but it was too fast and ran away.
 
Frank the Farmer:  Come back with my food, fox.
 
Fox:  You are too slow. You will never catch me.
 
Narrator:  That night his family went to bed hungry.  In the middle of the night he woke up to a bright light.  It was a fairy that appeared in Frank’s bedroom.
 
Jordan: Why is there a fairy in Frank’s bedroom?
 
Tristan: The fairy is there to help Frank and his family.
 
Frank:  Fairy, why are you here?
 
Fairy:  I am here to help you Frank.  What is wrong?
 
Frank: We have no food and I don’t know what to do. 
 
Fairy:  I can help you by making the bad fox teach you how to fish.
 
Narrator:  Before he could say anything, the fairy was gone.  The next morning, Frank the Farmer woke up and the fox was waiting at his door to teach him how to fish.
 
Tristan: Do foxes know how to fish?
Frank:  Tell me, fox, why I shouldn’t kill you.  My family is hungry.
 
Fox:  You can kill me and eat me, but that will only feed your family for one day.  If I can teach you to fish, you can eat fish forever.
 
Frank:  You better be good at catching fish.
 
Jordan:  I hope this fox knows how to fish, or he will be Frank’s dinner.
 
Narrator:  That day the Fox taught Frank the Farmer how to fish, and by the end of the day they had enough fish to feed his family.  Frank the Farmer even caught enough fish to feed his new friend the Fox.  As the years passed, the fruits and vegetables grew back, but Frank always asked his friend the fox to come over for a fish dinner.
 
Tristan- What can we learn from this story? 
 
Jordan- Learning to do something is better than having it given to you.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Frank the Farmer.”


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G Story-Gabby Girl Moves to a New Town 管理者 2011-10-25

Gabby Girl Moves to a New Town
 
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “Gabby Girl Moves to a New Town.”
 
Narrator:  There was a little girl and her name was Gabby Girl.  It wasn’t her real name but because she talked so much her family gave her the nick name Gabby Girl.
 
Jordan:  She sounds like my friend Kate.
 
Tristan:   Oh, yea… Kate.  She won’t shut up, either.
 
Narrator:  When Gabby Girl was 8 years old, her parents moved to a new town.  Gabby Girl was very sad because she had to say goodbye to all her friends.
 
Tristan:   No problem! She likes to talk, so she can find a new friend.     
 
Narrator:  They moved during summer vacation, so there was no school and she didn’t have a chance to meet any new friends.
 
Jordan:  See, it’s not always that easy to meet new friends.
 
Narrator:  She didn’t have any friends, so everyday she would ride with her mom to the store.  Every day she would look out at a pond and see a goose swimming by itself looking sad.
 
Gabby Girl:  Mommy, can we stop and say hi to the goose?
 
Mom:  No, that goose can’t talk.
 
Gabby Girl:  But mom, I don’t have any friends.
 
Mom:  Maybe you can meet someone around our house.
 
Narrator:  So one day, when Gabby Girl was home by herself, she heard a knock on the door.  When she opened the door, she saw the goose from the pond with a gift.
 
Gabby Girl:  Can you talk?
 
Goose:  Yes, I can talk.  Will you be my friend?
 
Gabby Girl:  I would love to be your friend.  I don’t have any friends here.
 
Tristan:   That goose is really nice to bring a gift.
 
Goose:  I have seen you many days driving by the pond and looking so sad.  I wanted to bring you a gift.
 
Jordan:  What gift did the goose bring?
 
Tristan:  Maybe it is candy, or a dress.
 
Narrator:  Gabby Girl was so happy to have a new friend, even though it was an animal. 
 
Gabby Girl:  What kind of gift did you bring me?
 
Goose:  I always see you so sad because you are lonely, so I wanted to give you a gift so you will always have a friend with you.
 
Jordan: I don’t think it is candy or a dress. Maybe it is a frog.
 
Narrator:  When Gabby Girl opened the gift, a giant ghost appeared.
 
Ghost: I am here for your services, to be your friend, and to always be here for you.
 
Tristan: What a great gift for Gabby Girl!
 
Narrator:  As days passed, the goose would see Gabby Girl drive by the pond, but instead of seeing her sad, she always had a smile on her face.  The goose knew that Gabby Girl always had the giant ghost as a friend.
 
Tristan: What can you learn from this story?              
 
Jordan:  If you try, you can make friends in many different places.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Gabby Girl Moves to a New Town.”
 

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H Story-Hairy Monkey and Happy Hippo go to the Circus 管理者 2011-10-24

Hairy Monkey and Happy Hippo go to the Circus
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “Hairy Monkey and Happy Hippo go to the Circus.”
 
Narrator:  Every day in the forest there were two friends who were very sad. Their names were Hairy Monkey and Heavy Hippo.
 
Happy Hippo:  Our lives are so boring.
 
Hairy Monkey:  All we do is eat food, drink water, play, and sleep.
 
Tristan:  That sounds pretty good to me. 
 
Jordan:  Are you kidding me? I would die!!!
 
Narrator:  They ate, drank, slept, and played until one day.
 
Heavy Hippo:  I have an idea, I no longer want to be called Heavy Hippo. I want to change my name to Happy Hippo and join a circus.
 
Tristan: What is a circus?
 
Jordan: A circus is where there are many animals and people that can do different tricks.
 
Hairy Monkey:  But we don’t know any tricks.
 
Happy Hippo:  I have thought a lot about this.  I will be the first hippo that can use a Hoola Hoop and you can be a juggling monkey.
 
Hairy the Monkey:  But I can’t juggle and you don’t know how to Hoola Hoop.
 
Howard the Hippo:  That is why we need time to practice.
 
Jordan: I can juggle but I can’t Hoola Hoop. 
 
Tristan: I can’t juggle or Hoola Hoop.
 
Hairy Monkey:  I see you have a Hoola Hoop, but what can I use to juggle with?
 
Happy Hippo: I have some old hats my grandfather wore. Do you want to use those?
 
Jordan: Juggling looks really hard.
 
Tristan: But if you practice, you can learn anything.
 
Narrator:  So that day they started to practice their tricks.  It took many days, but finally Hairy Monkey could juggle the old hats and Happy Hippo could Hoola Hoop. 
 
Hairy Monkey:  I think we are ready.  It’s time to go to the circus.
 
Narrator:  Just before they left to the circus, Happy Hippo had another idea.
 
Happy Hippo: Why don’t we do this together? You can juggle on my shoulders while I Hoola Hoop.
 
Hairy Monkey:  Let’s do it. Working together will be fun.
 
Jordan: I liked their first idea, but this one is even better.
 
Narrator:  They practiced and practiced until it was prefect.  They were ready and they left for the circus.  When they arrived at the circus, and performed their tricks, everyone loved them. They were the biggest attraction for the circus.  They were never sad again.
 
Tristan: What can we learn from this story? 
 
Jordan: Practice makes perfect, and if you practice long enough, you can learn anything.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Harry Monkey and Happy Hippo go to a Circus.”
 

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I Story-The Indian and the Iguana 管理者 2011-10-23

The Indian and the Iguana
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “The Indian and the Iguana.”
 
Narrator:  The Indian lived with his pet Iguana in a desert that was very, very hot.  Day after day they would stay inside all day in their air conditioned house.
 
Indian:  It’s too hot to play outside. Let’s stay inside.
 
Iguana:  Ok, but what can we do?
 
Indian:  I don’t know.  What can we do?
 
Iguana:  Ok, let’s just stay inside.
 
Tristan:  That sounds so boring.
 
Narrator:  They really wanted to go outside and play but it was just too hot.  So the Iguana finally had an idea.
 
Iguana:  Why don’t we move to a place that is very cold?
 
Jordan: I don’t like it when it’s too hot, I would like also like to move.
 
Indian:  Okay, but it will be a very long walk to the land of the cold.
 
Iguana:  I am ready; I am tired of not being able to go outside and play because it is too hot.
 
Tristan:  Would you want to walk that far?              
 
Jordan:   Yes, I told you. I don’t like it hot.
 
Narrator:  So they began their journey.  Along the way they came upon many animals. 
They would ask the other animals if they wanted to join them, but they all refused. 
 
Indian and Iguana:  Do you want to go with us to the land of the cold?
 
Monkey:  No, it’s too cold.  I like it here.
 
Indian and Iguana:  Do you want to go with us to the land of the cold?
 
Pig:  No, it’s too cold.  I like it here.
 
Indian and Iguana:  Do you want to go with us to the land of the cold?
 
Horse:  No, it’s too cold.  I like it here.
 
Indian and Iguana:  Do you want to go with us to the land of the cold?
Polar Bear:  Yes, it is too hot here; I want to go to the land of the cold. 
 
Narrator:  So the Indian, the iguana, and the polar bear continued on their walk to the land of the cold.
 
Tristan: Animals that like the cold live in cold places.                 
 
Jordan:  Yes, and animals that like the hot live in hot places.
 
Narrator:  It took many days but finally they arrived at a big mountain. 
 
Jordan:  They are almost there after a long journey.
 
Narrator:  They started to climb the mountain.  They were getting cold and when they looked up at the trees they saw many icicles.  They knew they were getting close to the land of the cold.
 
Tristan:  What is an icicle?                              
 
Jordan:   It’s ice that drips off things.
 
Narrator:  They keep climbing and climbing and finally came to a town with many Eskimos.  They were so happy that they had finally arrived to the land of the cold, but then they were very, very cold instead of very, very hot.
 
Tristan: What is an Eskimo?                             
 
Jordan- Don’t you remember the story Eric the Eskimo’s Easter Egg Hunt?
 
Narrator:  They saw the Eskimo come out of an igloo. 
 
Indian:  We are so cold. Can you help us?
 
Eskimo: I have a coat you can use, and you can live in my Igloo.  My coat can keep you warm outside and the Igloo can keep you warm when you are inside.”
 
Jordan: That Eskimo is really nice to help them.
 
Narrator:  The Indian and the Iguana were very happy because they were warm, not too hot, and not too cold and they got to play outside everyday with their new friends, the Eskimos.
 
Tristan: What can you learn from this story?              
 
Jordan: If you don’t like one place, you can always move to another place.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “The Indian and Iguana.”
 

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J Story-Jack in the Box 管理者 2011-10-22

Jack in the Box
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “Jack in the Box.”
 
Narrator:  Jack was a little boy who lived in a box in a toy store.  Jack’s job was to come out of the box when a boy or girl would turn the handle on the side of the box.
 
Tristan:  I wouldn’t like to live in a box.
 
Narrator:  Every day in the toy store boys and girls would come by and turn his handle and Jack would come out of his box.  But none of the children wanted to take him home, so Jack felt very sad.
 
Jordan:  Yea, and the only time you can come out is when somebody turns the handle.
 
Narrator:  He thought maybe if I could do a trick, then the children might take me home with them.  That night, when it was dark, Jack opened his box and walked through the toy store looking for a trick that he could do for the children.
 
Tristan: How did he get out of his box?
 
Jordan: He can only get out at night, when it is dark.
 
Narrator:  He finally stopped in front of the jelly beans.  He thought that maybe he could use these for his trick, but while he was thinking he started eating the jelly beans and by the time he wanted to try his trick, all the jelly beans were gone.
 
Jordan: What are jelly beans?   
 
Tristan: They are candy with many different flavors.
 
Narrator:  So he went back the next night.  He decided he would juggle the jelly beans. He practiced and practiced and he was ready to try his new trick for the children.  When a boy turned the handle, Jack came out of the box and this time did his juggling trick.  The boy took the jelly beans, but left Jack in the Box on the shelf.
 
Jack in the Box:  Why did you take the jelly beans? You were supposed to take me!
 
Boy:  I like jelly beans,  but I don’t like Jack in the Boxes.
 
Jordan: What is juggling?                          
 
Tristan: Juggling is keeping many things moving in the air at the same time.
 
Narrator:  So that night, when it was dark, Jack opened his box to look for another trick.   This time he found Jacks.  The next day when a girl turned the handle, Jack came out playing the game Jacks.  The children smiled and took the Jacks but left Jack in the box on the shelf.
 
Jack in the Box:  Why did you take the Jacks? You were supposed to take me!
 
Girl:  I like Jacks, I don’t like Jack in the Boxes.
 
Jordan:  What are Jacks?                                               
 
Tristan:  Jacks are small sharp objects used to play a game.
 
Narrator:  Again, that night, when it was dark, Jack opened his box to look for another trick. This time he found a book on Judo.  He knew kids loved judo, he thought maybe if  he can do Judo tricks, one of the children will take him home.
 
Jordan: What is judo?                      
 
Tristan: Judo is a Japanese form of wrestling.
 
Narrator:  So night after night he practiced and practiced his Judo and finally he was really good at doing Judo.  He was ready to show his Judo tricks to the children.
 
Jordan:  Maybe the kids will really like judo.
 
Narrator:  So the next day, when a girl turned the handle, Jack came out doing his Judo tricks.  Not only did all the children smile and laugh at his Judo tricks, but they began to do Judo, because they all wanted to take Jack home.
 
Tristan:  I would fight for Jack, too.
 
Narrator:  When they finally stopped fighting, a nice little boy named Jason got to take Jack home for good.  Jack was so happy he finally had a home, and Jason was so happy because he could see Jack do all his tricks: juggling, playing Jacks, and the best trick of all, judo.
 
Tristan: What can you learn from this story?              
 
Jordan:  What you can learn is the more things you can do; the better chance you have to succeed.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Jack in the Box.”


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