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K Story-Kevin the King 管理者 2011-10-21

Kevin the King
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “Kevin the King.”
 
Narrator: When Kevin was young, his father the King, wanted Kevin to learn many things.  This was important because when Kevin’s father died, Kevin would become the new King and so he would need to be very smart and know many things.
 
Jordan: How would you like to be a king?                
 
Tristan: I would like it; the king is the boss of their country.
 
Narrator: The King had a very smart friend, who was a kangaroo that would teach Kevin.  So every day Kevin would go and see the kangaroo after school, and the kangaroo would teach Kevin.
 
Tristan:  Can kangaroos teach?                
 
Jordan:  I guess this kangaroo can teach.
 
Narrator:  Day after day the kangaroo would teach Kevin Math, Science, and English.  Kevin knew that he was learning a lot but he wanted to learn something different. 
 
Kevin:  You always teach me school subjects. Today, can you teach me something new?
 
Jordan:  I think I would be a little bored too.              
 
Tristan:   But those subjects are important.
 
Kangaroo:  Okay, tomorrow, be ready. I will teach you something new.  Instead of coming to my house, tomorrow I will meet you in the park.
 
Tristan:  What will the kangaroo teach in the park?
 
Jordan:   The kangaroo will teach Kevin to fly a kite.  Can you do that in the rain?
 
Narrator:  The next day, when Kevin looked outside, there were many clouds, and Kevin thought it might rain.  When he got to the park, he saw the kangaroo standing inside a building holding a kite.
 
Kangaroo:  Kevin, today I will teach you how to fly a kite. 
 
Kevin:  I think it’s going to rain. Are you sure it is safe to fly a kite in the rain?
 
Tristan:  I like to fly kites, but not in the rain. It’s too dangerous.
 
Kangaroo:  Kevin, don’t be afraid. I will put a key on the end of the string, and if there is lightning, the key will protect you from getting hurt.
 
Jordan:  I am not sure that will work. I wouldn’t want to try.
 
Narrator:  So they went outside with a kite and a key on the string and Kevin began to learn how to fly the kite.  Up and Down, Kevin was having a lot of fun flying the kite.
Kevin:  This is really fun, but I am still worried about the rain.
 
Narrator:  After about 10 minutes of flying the kite, Kevin was right: it started to rain, and then there was thunder and lightning.  Kevin was still holding the kite when the lightning struck his kite.
 
Kevin:  Ahh, Ahh.  Huh!!!  I am ok, nothing happened to me, but the key is lit up like a fire.
 
Narrator:  When Kevin saw the key light up, he had an idea. 
 
Kevin:  We can use this for electricity for our home.
 
Tristan:   Wow!!! Kevin is really smart.
 
Narrator:  So when Kevin became the King, he had electricity in his house and became the most famous King of all time for his new invention.
 
Jordan:  What can you learn from this story?            
 
Tristan:  It is important to listen to your teacher, so you can learn something new.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Kevin the King.”
 

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L Story-Larry the Lion 管理者 2011-10-20

Larry the Lion
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “Larry the Lion.”
 
Narrator: One day Larry the Lion was in the jungle with his family and they were very hungry.  It had been many days since they had hunted and they needed to eat something.
 
Jordan: Lions are great hunters.         
 
Tristan:   But sometimes it is hard to find something to eat.
 
Narrator:  Larry the Lion’s family was looking for animals to kill but Larry was looking for something else.  He didn’t care what it was; he just wanted to eat.
 
Jordan:  Is Larry a vegetarian?                
 
Tristan:  Maybe, he doesn’t want to eat meat.
 
Narrator:  He finally came upon a lemon tree and thought he might be able to eat lemons. 
 
Larry the Lion:  Can we eat these lemons?  They look delicious.
 
Parents:  Lions don’t eat lemons.
 
Tristan:   Do you like lemons?
 
Jordan:  No, I think they are too sour.
 
Narrator:  Larry the Lion still thought they looked too good not to eat, so when his parents went away he picked up one of the lemons and started to eat.  He thought they tasted great, and he ate many lemons that day.
 
Narrator:  Again, he asked his family.
 
Larry:  I am really hungry, please, can I eat those lemons? They look delicious.
 
Parents:  No, Larry, lions don’t eat lemons.
 
Narrator:  He thought maybe other lions don’t eat lemons but somebody might.  He thought if I like to eat lemons, then probably someone else does too.  He had heard about the Land of the Lemons.  He knew that in the Land of the Lemons everybody loved to eat lemons.
 
Tristan:  Do lions really eat lemons? 
 
Jordan:  I don’t know about all lions, but Larry the Lion sure does.
 
Narrator:  He had an idea.  He thought, there are so many lemon trees in the jungle, if I can bring the lemons to the Land of the Lemons and sell them, I can make a lot of money.
 
Jordan:  I think that is a good idea.
 
Narrator:  He thought if I do this, then I can have enough money to buy food for my parents.  I could also buy my own house and have a big bed with a beautiful light and a large lemon tree next to my bed so I wouldn’t have to leave my house.  I could just sit on my bed and eat lemons all day.
 
Tristan:  If he sells enough lemons, he can be rich.
 
Narrator:  So that day he went to the jungle and collected many lemons and started walking to the Land of the Lemons.    He first stopped in the Land of the Apples.
 
Larry the Lion:  Do you want to buy lemons?
 
Apple Man:  No, I don’t like lemons. I like apples. Go away.
 
Narrator:  So, he kept walking and got to the Land of the Bananas.
 
Larry the Lion:  Do you want to buy my lemons?
 
Banana Woman: No, I don’t like lemons. I like bananas. Go away.
 
Narrator:  So, he kept walking and went to the Land of Jun Ju Nia Chia.
 
Larry the Lion:  Do you want to buy my lemons?
 
Jun Ju Nia Chia Boss:   No, I don’t like lemons. I like Jun Ju Nia Chia
 
Jordan:   Nobody wants to buy the lemons; he’d better go to the Land of the Lemons.
 
Narrator:  He finally arrived in the Land of the Lemons.  Instead of asking someone if they like lemons, he opened a lemon store.  All the people and animals that lived in the Land of the Lemons loved his lemons.  He was able to make a lot of money.
 
Tristan:  I have never seen a store that only sells lemons.
 
Jordan:  Yea, but you never lived in the Land of the Lemons either.
 
Narrator:  He was then able to buy food for his family and also buy the house with the beautiful light and lemon tree next to his bed.  His family still didn’t like to eat lemons but they were so happy. They would come to his house and eat the food Larry bought them while Larry would eat his lemons.
 
Larry the Lion:  Mom and Dad, do lions like lemons?
 
Parents:  No, lions don’t like lemons, but people do, and we are happy you sold the lemons in the Land of the Lemons.
 
Tristan:  What can you learn from this story?
 
Jordan:   Not everyone likes to eat the same things.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “The Land of the Lemons.”


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N Story-Nick the Ninja 管理者 2011-10-18

Nick the Ninja
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story “Nick the Ninja”
 
Narrator:  When Nick was 10 years old he got a Game Boy from his dad for his birthday.   He decided to take his Game Boy to school.  But soon he was afraid because of a boy named Billy Bully. 
 
Jordan: Why is Nick afraid of Billy Bully?
 
Daniel:  Well, the name “Bully” means that someone is mean.
 
Narrator:  Billy Bully would see Nick.
 
Billy Bully:  Give me your Game Boy.  I will give it back to you at the end of school.  If you tell anyone or don’t bring it tomorrow, I will beat you up.
 
Jordan:  Why doesn’t he tell the teacher?
 
Daniel:  He is afraid that Billy Bully will hurt him.
 
Narrator:  Nick was afraid to tell his dad it was him.
 
Nick:  Daddy, what should my friend do? Someone is taking his things?    
 
Father:   Sometimes your friend should stand up for his rights and fight back.  
 
Nick:   Thanks, Dad! I will tell my friend what you said.
 
Narrator:  So Nick decided that the next day he would do what his father had said and stand up for his rights.
 
Daniel:  Is that a good idea?
 
Jordan:  I hope he knows what he is doing.
 
Narrator:  The next day he went to school and saw Billy Bully.   
 
Billy Bully:  Give me your Game Boy.
 
Nick:    No way, you will have to take it from me. 
 
Billy Bully:  What did you say?  Didn’t you hear me? If you don’t give it to me, I will punch you in the neck and nose.   
 
Nick:   No way, you will have to take it from me. 
 
Billy Bully:  Ok!
 
Narrator:  He punched Nick in his neck and then hit him in the nose and took away his Game Boy.
 
Jordan:  It doesn’t look like that was a good idea. He got hurt.
 
Daniel:  No, I don’t think Nick was ready to stand up for his rights.
 
Narrator:  Nick went home and his dad saw that he was hurt.
 
Father:  What happened to you? 
 
Nick:  Dad, that wasn’t my friend. That was me. And I tried to stand up for my rights, but Billy Bully punched me in the neck and nose.   
 
Father:  I told you to stand up for your rights, but you also have to be prepared and you were not ready to fight. I will take you to a Ninja teacher who can teach you to fight.
 
Jordan: Now that sounds like a good idea!!!!!!
 
Daniel: That is cool! I would like to learn to be a ninja.
 
Narrator:  Every night he would go to Ninja class.  He went to class every night for two weeks.
 
 Master:  You are a ninja.  You are ready to stand up for your rights and fight back.
 
Daniel:  I am still afraid for Nick, I think he may get hit in the neck and nose again. 
 
Jordan:  But he was trained by a Ninja, so I think he will be fine.
 
Narrator:  Once again, Nick went to school, and once again he saw Billy Bully.
 
Billy Bully:  Give me your Game Boy. 
 
Narrator:  Nick was ready this time.
 
Nick:  No way, you will have to take it from me. 
 
Billy Bully:   What did you say?  Didn’t you hear me? If you don’t give it to me, I will punch you in the neck and nose.   
 
Nick:    No way, you will have to take it from me.  
 
Billy Bully:   Ok !
 
Narrator:  He started to punch Nick.  But this time Nick used his Ninja skills and stopped the punch.  He then used his Ninja moves to punch Billy Bully in the neck and nose until Billy Bully started to cry. 
 
Nick:  I will stand up for my rights, and if you ever try and take my Game Boy away from me again, I will do what I did to you today.
 
Jordan:  Wow!  Nick is my hero.
 
Daniel:   Yes, he is my hero too.
 
Narrator:  Billy Bully quickly stood up and ran away.  Nick never had a problem again with Billy Bully.
 
Daniel:  Boys and girls, what can you learn from this story?
 
Jordan:  Don’t be afraid to stand up for your rights and fight back.
 
Thank you for listening to our story, “Nick the Ninja.”


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O Story-Oscar the Police Officer 管理者 2011-10-17

Oscar the Police Officer
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “Oscar the Police Officer.”
 
Narrator:  There was a very old Police Officer named Oscar who loved his job.  He was 80 years old and had been a police officer for over 50 years.
 
Jordan: He is really old to still be working.
 
Narrator:  When he worked in the morning, he would drive his police car and when he worked at night, he would walk along the streets helping people with their problems.
 
Oscar:  Can I help you?
 
Mother:  Yes, my cat is stuck in the tree. Can you get it down?
 
Oscar:  No problem, Miss. Just give me a few minutes.
 
Oscar:  Can I help you?
 
Child:  I lost my mother; can you help me find her?
 
Oscar:  Sure I will, you will be safe with me. Let’s go find her.
 
Tristan:  He must really love his job.
 
Narrator:  In the afternoons, Police Officer Oscar would park his police car, and patrol the city’s park.  During those afternoons, Oscar not only helped people but he also helped two animals that lived in the park.  He would always help an owl and an otter. 
 
Oscar:  Owl and otter, I know you are hungry. Here are some nuts.
 
Otter and Owl:  Thank you for the nuts.
 
Oscar:  Owl and otter, I know you are cold her are some blankets.
 
Otter and Owl:  Thank you, it is really cold this winter.
 
Jordan:  Oscar is a really nice Police Officer.
 
Narrator:  Oscar would also always play with the otter, who lived in the pond and the owl who lived in the tree.  He never missed a day, and the animals loved seeing him every day.
 
Tristan: I am sure the animals really liked him.
 
Narrator:  One day he stopped in the park and asked his friend the otter and owl to sit with him in the park. 
 
Oscar:  I love my job especially patrolling the park, but I am getting too old to do all the work I am supposed to do.  I don’t want to lose my job. Can you help me?                   
 
Tristan:  What can they do to help?
 
Owl:  What kind of help do you need?  What can we do to help you?  You have always been so good to us. 
 
Oscar:  Owl, maybe you can help patrol the city at night because your eyes are so good. You can fly around and if there is a problem, you can call me and I can get help.          
 
Jordan:  I think that is a good idea.
 
Otter said:  That sounds like a good idea for owl but what about me?
 
Oscar:  Otter, maybe you can drive my police car in the morning and if there is a problem, you can call me and I can get help.
 
Tristan: Can an otter really drive a car?
 
Narrator:  Oscar, the otter, and the owl decided to try their plan the next day.  The otter would drive Oscar’s police car in the morning, Oscar would patrol the city’s park in the afternoon, and the owl would patrol the city at night.
 
Jordan- I guess he can or at least he is going to try.
 
Narrator:  The otter and the owl did such a good job helping Oscar that Oscar got to keep his job patrolling the city’s park.  And because they did such a good job other police officers also decided to use animals to help patrol the city. So on any given day you may see a monkey driving a police car, or a bat patrolling the city at night.
 
Jordan: What can you learn from this story?
 
Tristan: What goes around comes around. If you are nice to others, they will be nice to you.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Oscar the Police Officer.”


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T Story-The Pig, the Parrot and the Penguin 管理者 2011-10-16

The Pig, the Parrot and the Penguin
 
Everyone:  Hello, today we are going to read you the Story, “The Pig, The Parrot, and the Penguin”
 
Narrator:  Three friends, a pig, a parrot, and a penguin were talking about their lives. 
 
Penguin:  Let’s follow one of our dreams before we die. 
 
Parrot: If we’re going to do it, let’s do it together.
 
Jordan:  They must be good friends.
 
Daniel:   Or maybe they are just afraid to do it alone.
 
Narrator:  The penguin went first. 
 
Penguin:  I think this will be hard. I always wanted to eat like a pig. 
 
Pig:  That is not hard. I am a pig. You can come to my trough. 
 
Narrator:  So the three friends took part in eating from the pig’s trough.
 
Jordan:  That is gross, eating from a pig’s trough.
 
Daniel:  It must not be that bad. Look at how fat the pig is.
 
Penguin:   I can’t even wobble.
 
Parrot:  I can’t even fly.
 
Pig:   Is there more food?
 
Narrator:  So even though the food was good, they didn’t like it because they got too fat, so they went back home.
 
Jordan:  The fat penguin still looks cute.
 
Daniel:  Maybe, but the parrot can’t even fly.
 
Narrator:  The parrot went next. 
 
Parrot:  I think this will be really hard.  I want to go to the bottom of the earth.  
 
Penguin:   That is easy.  I come from the bottom of the earth; it’s called the South Pole.
 
Narrator:  So the three friends took part in going to the South Pole. 
 
Daniel:  Would you like to go to the South Pole?
 
Jordan:  Not the South Pole, I want to go to the North Pole, to see Santa Claus.
 
Penguin:   I love the South Pole.
 
Pig:   Yea, this is fun. Good thing I am so fat, so I don’t feel the cold. 
 
Narrator:  But the parrot only had muscles,  
 
Parrot:  I am too cold to even move. 
 
Narrator:  So even though the snow was good, they didn’t like it because it was too cold, so they went back home.
 
Daniel:  I guess sometimes it is good to be fat.
 
Jordan:  Yes, just ask the pig.
 
Pig:   I think this will be really, really, hard.  I want to fly.   
 
Penguin:   Me, too!
 
Parrot and Pig:   I thought you are a bird.
 
Penguin:  I am a bird. 
 
Parrot:    Can’t birds fly?
 
Penguin:   Yea, but I can’t fly; I can only swim.   
 
Penguin and Pig:   So how can we fly?  
 
Parrot:   You will have to use a parachute and I will fly next to you.
 
Jordan:  Would you like to jump out of a plane?
 
Daniel:  Only if I can fly! Not with a parachute.
 
Narrator:  So the pig and penguin jumped from the plane with the parachute on their back and the parrot flying next to them in the air.  But when the pig tried to open the parachute, the parachute flew away and they were flying down to the ground, to their death.  The penguin hugged the pig, and the parrot grabbed on to the penguin, and started flapping his wings.  The pig, the parrot, and the penguin flew closer and closer to the ground.  But when they hit, they did not die, because the parrot had flapped his wings so hard, and because the pig was so fat that when they hit the ground, they just bounced and bounced.  The three friends had all lived.
 
Jordan:  That was scary.  I thought they were going to die.  Good thing that pig was so fat.
 
Daniel:  Yea, being fat can be a good thing.  Where is the pig’s home?  I want to start eating right away.
 
Jordan:   Boys and girls, what can you learn from this story?
 
Daniel:  You can learn that it is good to have dreams, even though some things are good and some things are bad. Don’t forget to go for it.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “The Pig, The Parrot, and the Penguin.”


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Q Story-Quincy the Quilt Maker 管理者 2011-10-15

Quincy the Quilt Maker
 
Everyone:  Today we are going to read you the story, “Quincy the Quilt Maker.”
 
Narrator:  A long time ago, there lived a queen who loved quilts.  Every year she would have a contest.   The person who could make the best quilt could live with her in the castle.  Before each contest, she would give instructions of what she wanted.
 
Tristan: What is a quilt?    
 
Jordan: It is a blanket with some patterned stitching.
 
Narrator:  Quincy the Quilt maker wanted to live in the castle, so he decided to enter the Quilt Making Contest. 
 
Quincy:  Ok, we’re to begin.  Let’s forget about the instructions.   Now, I have to decide what I think the Queen wants. 
 
Tristan: Why didn’t he read the instructions?             
 
Jordan- Maybe he was too excited and just forgot.
 
Narrator: So when the first contest came, he thought.
 
Quincy:   I think the Queen would like a big pig on a quilt. 
 
Narrator:  Oscar spent 6 months making the quilt and he entered it in the contest.  When the winner was announced, it wasn’t his name. 
 
Quincy:  Okay, there is always next year.
 
Tristan: Do you think queens like pigs?     
 
Jordan: I don’t think this one does.
 
Narrator:  Then before the second contest, he still didn’t follow the instructions. He just thought and thought.
 
Quincy:  I think the Queen would like a big baby on a quilt. 
 
Narrator:  Oscar spent 6 months making the quilt and he entered it in the contest.  When the winner was announced, it wasn’t his name. 
 
Quincy:  What is wrong?  Why didn’t I win?
 
Tristan: Do you think queens like babies?  
 
Jordan: I don’t think this one does.
 
Narrator:  There had already been two contests that he had tried and lost, but he still didn’t follow the instructions.  So before the third contest, he thought, and thought, and thought.
 
Quincy: I am sure the Queen would like a picture of herself.
 
Narrator:  Oscar spent 6 months making the quilt and he entered it in the contest.  When the winner was announced, it still wasn’t his name. 
 
Quincy:  What is wrong?  Do the other quilt makers know something I don’t know?
 
Tristan: Do you think queens would like pictures of themselves?
 
Jordan: I don’t think this one does.
 
Narrator:  He finally went to the Queen, herself, and asked.
 
Quincy:  My name is Quincy and I am an excellent quilt maker.  I have entered your Quilt Making Contest for three years but have never won.  Can you tell me what I am doing wrong?
 
Tristan: It’s about time he finally asked.  
 
Jordan: Some people take longer than others.
 
Queen:  What kind of quilts have you made?
 
Quincy:  I have made a pig, a baby, and the last year I made a beautiful picture of you, but I still didn’t win. 
 
Tristan: Quincy, you did not win because you didn’t read the instructions.
 
Queen:  It was you, oh, Silly Quincy, you didn’t read the instructions for the contest.  The first year I wanted a Quilt of an Eagle, the second year I wanted a Quilt of Black Bird, and last year I wanted a Quilt of Parrot. I love birds so every year I want a Quilt of a different bird, and this year I want a Quilt of a Quail.
 
Jordan: It sounds like the queen likes Quincy and wants to help.
 
Narrator:  So before the fourth contest, he didn’t have to think and think, all he had to do was read the instructions to know what the Queen wanted.  He still spent 6 months making the quilt.
 
Quincy:   I followed the instructions and made a beautiful quail quilt for the Queen. 
 
Narrator:  When the winner was announced, it was his named that was called. 
 
Tristan: He finally followed the directions.   
 
Jordan: Yea, he finally won the Quilt Making Contest.
 
Queen:  For the last three years, I have received your beautiful quilts but could not announce you the winner of the contest because you did not follow the instructions. But now that you finally followed the instructions, you are the winner. Congratulations!  Now you can live in the Castle and always make me quilts. I will no longer need a contest; I have the best quilt maker living with me in my Castle.
 
Quincy:  Thank you for teaching me such a valuable lesson.
 
Tristan: What can you learn from this story?  
 
Jordan:   If you follow instructions, you too can be a winner.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Quincy the Quilt Maker.”
 

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R Story-The Race of Three 管理者 2011-10-14

The Race of Three
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “The Race of Three.”
 
Narrator:  One day three friends; a rabbit, a raccoon, and a rhinoceros were sitting around together listening to music on the radio. 
 
Rabbit:  Did you hear that?  There will be a race across North Russia. 
 
Rhinoceros: Yes, and the reward for winning the race is a trip to the rain forest.
 
Raccoon:   Yes, we could relax for one week in a beautiful resort.
 
Rabbit, Raccoon, Rhinoceros:  Ok, let’s do it.  Let’s enter the race.
 
Jordan: How are they going to race, by car or by foot?
 
Narrator:  When they got to North Russia, they learned the rules of the race. 
 
Race Organizer:  You will race across North Russia in teams of three. Three times you will have to stop and read a clue to find out where to go next, and that the race would take three days.  We call the race, the Race of Three.
 
Tristan: It sounds like they have to race by foot.
 
Narrator:  The next morning at the starting line, they saw many teams; few teams were groups of animals but most of the teams were groups of men.  They knew that it would be very difficult to win the race, but they were ready to try when the race started.
 
Jordan: I think the animals will be better than the people because they are used to traveling in the woods.
 
Narrator:  At the end of the first day, they came to the place with the first clue.  The note read to find out where to go next. One of your team members will have to complete a task.  The first task read: CLIMB TO THE TOP OF THE TREE; THERE YOU WILL FIND WHERE TO GO NEXT. 
 
Raccoon:  I am a great climber; I will climb to the top of the tree.
 
Narrator:  That is just what he did, and they were off to the next clue.
 
Tristan: The raccoon can climb so well because of its claws.
 
Narrator:  During the second day, they came to the second clue.  Again there was a note with a task. The second task read: JUMP OR HOP ACROSS THE STONES ON THE POND AND YOU WILL FIND WHERE TO GO NEXT. 
 
Rabbit:  I am great at hopping; I will hop across to the other side.
 
Narrator:  That is just what he did, and they were off to the next clue.
 
Jordan: That rabbit can really jump fast, his legs are so strong.
 
Narrator:  On the third day because their group was working so well together, they arrived at the last clue.  The last task read: GET TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS WOODEN WALL AND THERE WILL BE A NOTE FOR THE LAST PART OF THE RACE. 
 
Rhinoceros:  I am strong; I will run right through that wall and get to the other side.
 
Narrator:  That is just what he did, and they all sat there together and read the last clue. 
 
Tristan:  I wouldn’t want to be that wall, because that would really hurt.
 
Narrator:  The last clue read: TO COMPLETE THE RACE, YOU NEED TO SWIM ACROSS THE LAKE AND RUN TO THE FINISH LINE. 
 
Rhinoceros:  I can swim, but I am very slow.
   
Raccoon:  I can swim, but I am afraid if I can’t touch the bottom, and that lake is too deep. 
 
Rabbit:  I can swim, but only if I am in danger.
 
Rabbit, Raccoon, Rhinoceros:  Oh no, we might not win.
 
Tristan:  What are they going to do?  Swimming fast is none of their strengths.
 
Narrator:  So to finish the race they decided they would have to help each other. 
 
Rhinoceros:  I will be the boat.
 
Raccoon:  I will be the paddle.
 
Rabbit:  And I will be the motor.
 
Narrator:  So the raccoon and the rabbit would sit on the rhinoceros.  The raccoon would use a branch as a paddle, and the rabbit would use his strong legs as the motor.  The idea worked, they quickly reached the other side.
 
Jordan:  Swimming might not be their strength, but I think they worked together to make it a strength.
 
Narrator:   They were the first team to cross the finish line and they won the reward for a trip to the resort in the rainforest.  When they were sitting relaxing in the resort in the rainforest, they discussed how they had won. 
 
Rabbit:  We each were very good at one thing.
 
Raccoon:  But when we worked together, we were even better.
 
Rhinoceros:  I think both are important. I am just happy you guys were on my team.
 
Jordan:  What can you learn from this story?
 
Tristan:  What you can learn is that if you use your own strengths, but also work together as a team, you can be successful.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “The Race of Three.”


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S Story-A Scavenger Hunt 管理者 2011-10-13

A Scavenger Hunt

Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “A Scavenger Hunt.”
 
Narrator: A boy went on vacation to an island with his parents.  One day while he was there, the island had their “1st Annual Scavenger Hunt.” 
 
Boy:  Mom and Dad, can I enter a Scavenger Hunt?
 
Dad:  Where is the Scavenger Hunt?
 
Boy:  At the port.
 
Mom:  Ok, good luck and use your brain.
 
Tristan:  Have you ever been on a Scavenger Hunt?
 
Jordan:  Once at school we had one, it was really fun.
 
Narrator: When you enter a Scavenger Hunt, they give you a list of all the things you need to bring back to finish the Scavenger Hunt.  If you don’t have all the things, you can’t finish the Scavenger Hunt.
 
Scavenger Organizer:  For this Scavenger Hunt you need to find a shell, sand, one sailboat, one pair of sandals, a swimsuit, one snorkel, a sun, and one seagull.  There are two reasons that I want you to find these things.  The first reason was that you could find all of these things on an island.  The second reason was that the island’s name was Santorini, and it is a Scavenger Hunt so we decided to use all words that start with S.
 
Tristan:  Do you know where Santorini is?      
 
Jordan:  Yes, it’s an island in Greece.
 
Boy:  I know where I can find the sunglasses, sandals, and swimsuit.  It will be easy because I have those in my room.
 
Jordan:  This Scavenger Hunt seems too easy.
 
Boy:  I know where I can find a snorkel, sand, and shells. I can go to the beach to collect them.
 
Jordan:  What is a snorkel?                                                                                               
 
Tristan:  It is something you can put in your mouth to help you breathe when you swim under the water.
 
Boy:  The sailboat, the sun, and the seagull will be very hard.  The sun and sailboat are too big.  And how can I catch a flying seagul?
 
Tristan:  Yea, the first things were easy but these things are very difficult.
 
Boy:  They didn’t say that the sun had to be real.  I will go to an Art Studio to get a painting of the sun. 
 
Jordan:  That is smart. Almost every island sells art.
 
Boy:  They didn’t say the sailboat had to be real.  I will go to a tourist shop and buy a miniature sailboat.
 
Tristan:  Every island also has tourist shops; they know travelers will want to buy souvenirs
 
Boy:  They didn’t say the seagull had to be real.  I will go to a zoo and buy a stuffed seagull.
 
Jordan:  But not all islands have zoos.  He really had to think about that one.
 
Narrator:  When he came back with all his things, he saw many people sitting there without a sun, sailboat, and seagull. 
 
Boy:  What happened?  Why did you stop looking for things?
 
Children:  We gave up because we thought we could never find those things. 
 
Boy:  But they didn’t say they had to be the real things.
 
Jordan: Why did they give up?                 
 
Tristan:  It was too hard for them and they didn’t use their brains.
 
Narrator:  The boy had been smart and creative enough to find another way to collect those things and in the end was the winner.
 
Tristan:  What can you learn from this story?           
 
Jordan:   If you are creative, you can find different ways to get things done.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “The Scavenger Hunt.”

 
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T Story-The Toad, the Tiger, the Turkey, and the Turtle 管理者 2011-10-12

The Toad, the Tiger, the Turkey, and the Turtle
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “The Toad, The Tiger, The Turkey, and the Turtle.”
 
Narrator:  There were four good friends that did everything together.  They were a Toad, a Turtle, a Turkey and a Tiger.  They all were in the same class and one day during Teacher Tom’s English class they decided to leave school.  They wanted to go out and play.
 
Tiger:  Let’s leave school, Teacher Tom will never know.
 
Turkey, Toad, and Turtle:  Ok, let’s go, he won’t know.
 
Tristan: They must go to an animal school.        
 
Jordan: And the principal must be a Bear.
 
Narrator:  They left at lunch and came back before school ended and thought that Teacher Tom had not seen them.  They thought they had gotten away with ditching school.  But when school started the next day, Teacher Tom had an angry look on his face when he saw them.
 
Jordan:  How would you like to have a Grizzly Bear for a teacher?
 
Narrator:  Teacher Tom knew they had left school and he wanted to see if they would tell the truth or lie.  So he decided to ask each student, one by one, and hear each of their stories.
 
Jordan:  Teacher Tom is really smart; he is testing them, to hear if they will tell the truth.
 
Teacher Tom:  Where were you yesterday afternoon?
 
Toad:  I have to tell you the truth. We all went out to play.  I am sorry.  
 
Teacher Tom:  Thank you for being honest; when I find out all of the stories, then I will discipline you all.
 
Tristan:  The toad told the truth. Boy! He is going to get in trouble.
 
Teacher Tom:  Where were you yesterday afternoon? 
 
Tiger:  I have to tell the truth. My mom was very sick and we had to go to the hospital to see her. I am sorry.
 
Teacher Tom:  Thank you for being so honest; when I find out all the stories, then I will discipline you all.
 
Jordan:  Is his mom really sick?
 
Teacher Tom:  Where were you yesterday afternoon?
 
Turkey:  I have to tell you the truth. My dog ran away and we had to go look for it.   I am sorry.
 
Teacher Tom:  Thank you for being so honest; when I find out all the stories, then I will discipline you all.
 
Tristan: I didn’t even know that a turkey can have a dog.
 
Teacher Tom:  Where were you yesterday afternoon?
 
Turtle:  I have to be honest with you; we all went out to play.  I am sorry.  
 
Teacher Tom:  Thank you for being so honest; when I find out all the stories, then I will discipline you all.
 
Jordan: It’s the same story that the Toad told.
 
Narrator:  That afternoon after all the students had left, Teacher Tom called the Tiger’s mom. 
 
Teacher Tom:  I am sorry to hear that you were sick, and had to go to the hospital.  Is everything OK?
 
Tiger’s Mom:  What? I haven’t been sick in years.
 
Teacher Tom:  That’s good news, sorry to bother you.
 
Tristan: The Tiger is caught telling a lie. I wonder what will happen.
 
Narrator:  Next he called the Turkey’s Mom. 
 
Teacher Tom:  I am sorry to hear that you lost your dog. Is there anything I can do to help you find it? 
 
Turkey’s Mom:  What? We don’t have a dog. We only have cats.
 
Teacher Tom:  Sorry to bother you. I must have heard wrong.
 
Jordan: The Turkey is telling a lie. I wonder what will happen.
 
Narrator:  So the next day at the beginning of class, Teacher Tom said he had an announcement to the class.
 
Teacher Tom: Turkey, Toad, Tiger, and Turtle to stand up, please come to the front of the class.  Yesterday, you all did something very bad.  I heard all of your stories and some of you will be punished in class. 
 
Jordan:  Should they all get in trouble?
 
Tristan- Let’s see what Teacher Tom says.
 
Teacher Tom:  Turtle and Toad you may sit down. 
 
Narrator:  The Tiger raised his hand.
 
Tiger:  But, Teacher, they were with us. Why do they get to sit down? Aren’t they in trouble, too?
 
Teacher Tom:  It is true they were bad, but today I want to teach the class a lesson in telling the truth.  Because they told the truth, this time they won’t be in trouble.  And because you and Turkey lied, your punishment will be to clean the school toilets for one week.
 
Jordan: What can you learn from this story?
               
Tristan: You can learn that you should always tell the truth.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “The Toad, the Tiger, the Turkey, and the Turtle.”


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U Story-The Ugly Girl 管理者 2011-10-11

The Ugly Girl
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “The Ugly Girl.”
 
Narrator:  There was a girl, who felt very unhappy because she thought she was ugly.  So whenever she went anywhere, she would put an umbrella over her head so that no one would see her.  It didn’t work because not only did no one see her, but no one talked to her, especially boys.
 
Tristan: Not a bad idea, whenever it rains, she is prepared.
                       
Jordan: You are such a jerk.
 
Narrator:  Every day she was sad, so one day she thought if she went to an amusement park and went on some rides, she might feel better.  She saw a beautiful Merry-Go-Round and decided to go for a ride.  There were so many animals to choose to ride, so she had a hard time choosing one.
 
Jordan:  I love riding on a Merry-Go-Round. What animal would you choose?
 
Tristan:  I would choose the Lion, because I like power.
 
Narrator:  She finally chose the Unicorn.  As she was riding the Unicorn, she began talking to herself quietly about all her problems.
 
Girl:  I feel so ugly, and nobody wants to be my friend.
 
Narrator:  All of a sudden the Unicorn came to life.
 
Unicorn: I have major powers. If you make one wish, I can make it come true.”
 
Narrator:  The girl thought about it.
 
Girl:  I want to look beautiful.
 
Jordan: Lions may be powerful. But can they make your wish come true?
 
Unicorn:  Are you sure that is your wish?
 
Girl:  Yes, I think looking beautiful will make me happy.
 
Unicorn:  Tomorrow when you wake up, your wish will come true.
 
Tristan:  Ha, Ha! But is that really a good wish?
 
Narrator:  The girl went home and when she woke up the next day and looked in the mirror, she was the most beautiful looking girl she had ever seen. 
 
Girl:  Today will be different, everyone will look at me and want to talk to me and I will be happy.
 
Jordan:  Look how beautiful she is! I am sure her wish will come true.
 
Narrator:  When she went to school, everyone looked at her, but nobody especially the boys’ talked with her.  She was too beautiful and everybody was intimidated.  She was so sad, she went home crying.
 
Girl:  I am beautiful, but still nobody likes me.
 
Tristan:  I guess looking beautiful isn’t the most important thing.
 
Narrator:  The next day she went back to the amusement park to talk to Unicorn.  She sat on the Unicorn.
 
Girl:  You made my wish to look beautiful come true. Yet I am still not happy; still, nobody will talk with me.
 
Tristan:  What does she want?
 
Unicorn:   Only looking beautiful will not make you happy. You need to be happy from the inside and then you will be happy on the outside.
 
Girl:  Can I make one more wish then?  I don’t care what my outside looks like. I want to happy inside.
 
Unicorn:  Tomorrow when you wake up, your wish will come true.
 
Jordan:  Did the Unicorn really do anything?
 
Narrator:  The next day when she woke up, she looked in the mirror and wasn’t beautiful anymore, but she felt happy.  That day she went to school without her umbrella.  Because she felt happy inside, she looked happy on the outside and while she was at school a boy finally came to talk with her. 
 
Boy:  You act different now that you don’t have that umbrella over your head. Can I be your friend?
 
Girl:  I am different now. I am happy from the inside and that makes me look happy on the outside. 
 
Narrator:  She was so happy and her life was changed even though her looks hadn’t. She realized the Unicorn hadn’t changed her; she had changed herself.
 
Jordan: What can you learn from this story?              
 
Tristan: You can learn that the most important beauty is the beauty inside, not what you look like outside.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “The Ugly Girl.”


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