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V Story-A Viking on Valentine’s Day 管理者 2011-10-10

A Viking on Valentine’s Day
 
Everybody:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “A Viking on Valentine’s Day.”
 
Narrator:  A long time ago, there lived a big strong Viking who wanted to have a girlfriend but didn’t know how to treat women.  He never did or said the right things, so he never got a chance to date a woman.                       
 
Tristan:   I think being a Viking would be cool.
 
Narrator:  One day he saw the girl of his dreams, and wanted to ask her for a date. 
 
Viking:  Hey you, you come with me, we go on a date, now!!!!!
 
Girl:  You may be handsome, but you are too rude.  Until you change your ways I will never go on a date with you.”             
 
Jordan:  What an idiot! Listen to what he said. He is crazy.
 
Narrator:  He really wanted to go on a date with this beautiful girl, but didn’t know how to be sweet.  He knew Valentine’s Day was coming soon and he didn’t have much time if he wanted to ask her to be his date.                      
 
Jordan:  He needs a lot of help.  He’d better go to an expert.
 
Narrator:  He decided to look in the newspaper for help and there was an ad.  The ad said IF YOU NEED HELP GETTING A DATE FOR VALENTINE’S DAY, CALL ME: THE VAMPIRE.  The Viking didn’t know what else to do, so he decided to call the Vampire.
 
Tristan: Who could be better than a vampire, just without the biting?
 
Narrator:  When he saw the Vampire, he asked him a question.
 
Viking:  How can you help me get a date? 
 
Vampire:  I am too old so I decided to change my career.  I want to teach people to be nice to women, instead of biting them.
 
Jordan:  I think that is a good career change.
 
Viking:  Sounds like you are the right man for the job. Let’s start right away; there isn’t much time before Valentines Day.
 
Narrator:  So the next day the Viking went to the Vampire for lessons.                    
Tristan:  How will the Vampire teach a Viking to be nice to women?
 
Vampire:  I will teach you how to be polite, how to help the women with their things, and how to always treat women with respect.  
 
Narrator:  The Vampire wearing a dress would act like a woman, and the Viking would have to treat him the right way.
 
Jordan:  What a funny Vampire, wearing a dress!!!!!
 
Tristan:  Whatever it takes to help the Viking is okay by me.
 
Narrator:  It took some time, but slowly the Viking was beginning to change. 
 
Vampire:  You are now a gentleman. I think you are ready to ask the young lady to be your Valentine.
 
Narrator:  So the next day he was ready to do what he had been practicing.  When he saw the girl, he approached her with violets.
 
Viking:  The first time I spoke with you, I was an idiot.  I didn’t know how to speak to such a beautiful girl.  Here are some violets to show you I am sorry, and I hope I can make it up to you by taking you out on Valentines Day.
 
Jordan:  I hope she says yes.
 
Girl:  I thought you were handsome before, but when you opened your mouth, I wanted to hit it.  Now that you have changed your ways, I would love to be your Valentine date.
 
Tristan:  The vampire did a great job. She said yes!!!
 
Narrator:  When Valentine’s Day arrived, he took the beautiful girl to a really nice restaurant.  On the table was a vase with the same beautiful flowers that he had given her before.  And while they ate, a man with a violin played them sweet music until they finished their last bite.
 
Jordan:  That is a dream come true for any girl.
 
Narrator:  As they were getting ready to have dessert, the Viking looked out the window, and then he saw that the Vampire had been watching the whole date.  When the Vampire saw the beautiful girl give the Viking a kiss, he knew he did his job and didn’t need to stay anymore.
 
Tristan:  What can you learn from this story?                   
 
Jordan:   You can learn that you need to respect women.

Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “A Viking on Valentines Day.”

 
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W Story-Wally Walrus and Willy Whale 管理者 2011-10-09

Wally Walrus and Willy Whale
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “Wally Walrus and Willy Whale.”
 
Narrator:  Once, there were two sea animals who lived in an Aquarium.  Their names were Wally Walrus and Willy Whale.  They lived in a small salt water tank for many years. 
 
Jordan:  I love going to an Aquarium.
 
Narrator:  The problem was that a whale and a walrus are very large animals and the salt water tank that they lived in was too small for them.  They would always complain and say they hated this place and wanted to move.
 
Tristan:  Those two animals are too big for that tank.
 
Narrator:  Day after day, they would run into each other or bump into the side of the small water tank.  They would always complain, but they would always talk to each other.
 
Jordan: I think they like each other, but that tank is really too small.
 
Narrator:  Many people would come to the aquarium and watch the two animals bump into each other.  The people thought they were playing. They didn’t know it was because the tank was too small.
 
Tristan:  People probably thought they were just having fun.
 
Narrator:  One day, one of the people who came to the aquarium was a witch.  Wally and Willy thought that this might finally be the chance they were looking for.  When they saw that the witch had a pass to see the animals up close, they knew it was their chance.  They knew that witches could talk to animals.
 
Tristan:  I didn’t know witches can talk to animals.
 
Narrator:  So when the witch came up to them, they asked the witch for help. 
 
Wally Walrus and Willy Whale:  It is too small in here and we always fight. Can you make a spell and help us get out of this place?
 
Witch:  I can help you. You will go to a place with a lot of water, but you cannot go to the same place.
 
Wally Walrus and Willy Whale: We don’t like it here, so we both agree to your spell.
 
Narrator:  The witch made her spell and within seconds the whale and walrus were gone from the aquarium to their new home.                            
 
 
Jordan: Is that a good spell? 
 
Tristan:  We will have to wait and see.
 
Narrator:  Wally the Walrus finally had the space he wanted. He would swim all day without hitting anyone, and could do whatever he wanted, but he was still sad.
 
Jordan: It sounds like Wally has a good life. Why is he sad?
 
Narrator:  Willy Whale was able to go very deep into the water, and could be very lazy and do nothing. But he was also sad.                 
 
Jordan:   It sounds like Willy has a good life. Why is he sad?
 
Narrator:  They finally realized what was wrong.  They were both very lonely; they missed their friend in the small water tank.  If only they could see the witch, then maybe she could make another spell.
 
Tristan:   I think it’s like a little brother. You always fight, but you wouldn’t want him to leave you.
 
Narrator:  They were lucky because this was a very special witch.  First, as they had seen before, they knew she loved sea animals. Second, witches have a special power to know if their spell works or not.  The witch might know that they were unhappy.         
Jordan:   I hope she can come to their rescue.
 
Narrator:  So at separate times, because the animals were in separate places, a boat came from the distance.  On the boat was the witch.  The witch had felt something was wrong and was coming to their rescue.
 
Tristan:   Wow!!!  What a cool witch!
 
Witch:  Whale, what is wrong with you?
 
Whale:  I miss my friend Wally.
 
Witch:  Walrus, what is wrong with you?
 
Walrus:  I miss my friend , Willy.
 
Jordan:   Do they really want to go back to the small tank?
 
Tristan: At least there they can be together.
 
Narrator:  They both decided to go back to the tank.  They knew it was small, but they also knew they would rather be in this small tank than to be in the largest ocean in the world.  Being alone is no fun.                           
 
Tristan:  What can you learn from this story?                   
 
Jordan:  You can learn that even though you may fight with your best friend or family, you will miss them if they are gone.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Wally Walrus and Willy Whale.”


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X&Z Story-The Zebra loves X-Mas 管理者 2011-10-08

The Zebra loves X-Mas
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “The Zebra loves X-Mas.”
 
Narrator:  There was a zebra that was born in the zoo.  So he was different than other zebras.  He was more like a person than an animal.  He learned all the different holidays that the people celebrated.
 
Tristan:  I thought all animals came from outside a zoo.    
 
Jordan:  No, some animals are born in the zoo.
 
Zebra:  I love Easter, because I can help hide eggs for the children. 
 
Jordan:  I like Easter the best.
 
Zebra:  For Halloween, I love to dress like an elephant.  But my favorite holiday is X-Mas day. 
 
Tristan:   I am like the zebra; my favorite holiday is also X-mas.  I love opening presents.
 
Narrator:  The zoo always had a special X-Mas Day for all the children.  They would give the children stuffed animals for their X-Mas.  The first couple years the zebra would always watch but never got his own present.  The zoo keeper watched the zebra and realized that he hadn’t gotten the zebra a present for X-Mas.
 
Zoo Keeper:  I usually give the children stuffed animals, but next year I will give the zebra his own stuffed person.
 
Tristan:   That is a cool present; you can get a stuffed person of someone famous.
 
Narrator:  When the zebra got his present, he was so happy.
 
Zebra:  Thank you for giving me a stuffed person, I am so happy.
 
Zoo Keeper:  You are welcome.
 
Narrator:  Every year, when X-Mas came, the zoo keeper would give the zebra a different stuffed person.  But after the first year the zebra never said thank you for his gift.  It was almost like he expected the gift.
 
Jordan:  Why didn’t he say thank you?           
 
Tristan:  He didn’t think he had to, he always thought he would get the gift anyway.
 
Narrator:  Every year after X-Mas was over, the zoo keeper would receive thank you letters from all the boys and girls that got a X-Mas present.  He would put these letters on his wall and from time to time would read them, and feel good about the presents he had given.
 
Jordan:  Those children really appreciated their presents.
 
Narrator:  One time when the zoo keeper was looking on the wall, he realized that there was no thank you card from the zebra.  He also realized that the zebra had not thanked him for many years.  The zoo keeper felt hurt and decided that because the zebra never said thank you, he would not give the zebra a present this year.
 
Tristan: Do you think the zoo keeper should still give the zebra a gift?
 
Narrator:  When the zebra saw that every one got a present and he didn’t, he became very angry.  He started running around his stable.  He wasn’t watching where he was going and ran straight into the fence. 
 
Jordan:   No I don’t think so. Look at how the zebra is acting.
 
Narrator:  The children saw this, and ran to tell the zoo keeper.  The zoo keeper saw that he was hurt and that he needed to take the zebra to the hospital and get some X-Rays.
 
Doctor:  The X-Rays came out okay but the zebra will have to stay in the animal hospital for a few days.
 
Tristan: It was a good thing that the children helped him.
 
Narrator:  When the zoo keeper came to see the zebra in the hospital, the zebra asked him a question. 
 
Zebra:  You know I love X-Mas so much, so when you didn’t buy me a present, I got so angry and didn’t know what I was doing. Why didn’t I get a present?
 
Tristan:   He still doesn’t understand what he did wrong.
 
Zoo Keeper:  Every year I would give you a present and you would never say thank you, so I didn’t think you appreciated it; so I didn’t want to give you a present. I am going to leave now; I want you to think about what I said.
 
Jordan:  Do you think he will change?             
 
Tristan:  I hope so.
 
Narrator:  The next day, the children from the zoo came, with get well cards and stuffed people.  The zebra was so happy but this time he remembered what the zoo keeper said.  So the next day he sent thank you cards to all the children.  He finally understood that X-Mas is not only about giving but it’s also about thanking people for the things they have done.  The next day he made the biggest most beautiful thank you card and gave it to the zoo keeper.
 
Jordan:  What can you learn from this story?           
 
Tristan:  You can learn to appreciate and say thank you when someone gives you a gift.
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “The Zebra Loves X-Mas.”


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Y Story-Making a Yellow Yo-Yo 管理者 2011-10-07

Making a Yellow Yo-Yo
 
Everyone:  Today, we are going to read you the story, “Making a Yellow Yo-Yo.”
 
Narrator:  There was a young boy who was very creative.  He always tried to make new things.  He always had a dream to make something that he could sell for money and be rich.  Most of the things he made never turned out successful.
 
Tristan:  What does it mean to be creative?
 
Jordan:  It means to have an idea of your own that is new or different.
 
Narrator:  Once he tried making motorcycle helmets for dogs.  When he showed his mom his new invention, his mom yelled.
 
Mom:  That’s ugly; it will never work.  No one will ever buy it.  Stop trying to make something.
 
Boy:  I don’t care what you say; I will never give up on my dream.
 
Narrator:  When he tried it in on dogs, they would chew on them instead of wearing them.  So he threw the helmet into the garbage, but he didn’t give up.
 
Jordan:  I think the dog looks cute wearing a helmet.
 
Narrator:  Another time he tried making a toy for babies to play with.  
 
Mom:  That is ugly: it will never work.  No one will ever buy it. Stop trying to make something.
 
Boy:  I don’t care what you say; I will never give up on my dream.
 
Narrator:  When he gave it to babies, they would throw the toys, every time, every baby.  So he threw the toys into the garbage but he didn’t give up.                                  
 
Tristan:   What an ugly toy! I wouldn’t play with it either.
 
Narrator:  He also tried making a chair that was a part of shorts people wear. 
 
Mom:  That is ugly, it will never work.  No one will ever buy it.  Stop trying to make something.
 
Boy:  I don’t care what you say; I will never give up on my dream.
 
Narrator:  When the people wore his shorts and tried to sit down, they would all fall down on their butts.  So he threw the shorts into the garbage but he never gave up.
 
Tristan: I think that was a good idea.        
 
Jordan:   Yeah, until you try to sit and fall down.
 
Mom:   Everything you make is ugly; you will never sell anything.   Why do you keep trying? 
 
Boy:  I don’t want to give up; if I keep trying, maybe someday I will be successful.  If I stop now, then I can never be successful.
 
Tristan:  Why does his mom always say bad things?
 
Jordan:  Some people are just like that, but I am glad he doesn’t listen to her.
 
Narrator:  So this time he decided to make something better that was already made.  He tried making a yo-yo using yellow yarn.  He knew that most yo-yos are made with plastic and string, but he wanted to make his yo-yo special, so everything was made out of yellow yarn.
 
Tristan:  Being creative doesn’t always mean making something new; it can mean changing something that is already made.
 
Mom:  That is ugly, it will never work, and no one will ever buy it. 
 
Boy:  Can you say something else, Mom?  I know you don’t believe in me.
 
Narrator:  But this time when he let some children play with it, they all loved it.  They played with the toys for hours.              
 
Jordan:   I am so happy for him. Finally something worked.
 
Narrator:  One day while he was watching children play with his yo-yos made of yellow yard, a man stopped and watched them play for a long time. 
 
Man:  Where did you get that toy?
 
Small Boy:  That boy over there made them.
 
Tristan: Not only children like it, but a man also likes it. Maybe he can be rich.
 
Man:  Would you like to sell your yo-yo’s in a store?
 
Boy:  That is my dream. Thank you so much.  
 
Jordan:   I think he will be very rich.
 
Narrator:  The boy was so happy; he knew that he had kept trying and finally was successful.  As for his mom, he didn’t have to say anything, because he knew that he had proven her wrong, and it didn’t matter what she would say now, he had made it in more ways than one.
 
Mom:  You were right, and I was wrong.  I am sorry.
 
Boy:  It’s ok, Mom. I still love you.
 
Jordan:  What can you learn from this story?   
 
Tristan:  You can learn that you should never give up on your dream, keep working and someday it may come true. 
 
Everyone:  Thank you for listening to our story, “Making a Yellow Yo-Yo.”


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