Monday, June 2, 2014

FUNNY BUNNY- A Funny Story



One day, a nut fell on Funny Bunny.

“Ouch! The sky is going to fall” said Funny Bunny. “I must tell the King.”

On the way, he met Henny Penny. “They sky is going to fall,” said Funny Bunny.  I'm going to tell the King.” “I’ll come too,” said Henny Penny. And off they went to find the King.

Soon they met Cocky Locky. “They sky is going to fall,” said Funny Bunny. “I'm going to tell the King.” “I’ll come too,” said Cocky Locky. And off they went to fine the King.

On the way , they met Lucky Ducky. “The sky is going to fall,” said Funny Bunny. I'm going to tell the King.” I’ll come too,” said Lucky Ducky. And off they went to find the King.


On the way, they met Poosey Goosey. “They sky is going to fall,” said Funny Bunny. “I'm going to tell the King.” “I’ll come too,” said Poosey Goosey. And off they went to fine the King.

On the way, they met Woxy Foxy. “They sky is going to fall,” said Funny Bunny. “I'm going to tell the King.” “The King lives here,” said Woxy Foxy. “Follow me.” 

And that was he end of Funny Bunny, Henny Penny, Cocky Locky, Lucky Ducky and Poosey Goosey.

Monday, May 26, 2014

ZOO MANNERS- Read and enjoy this poem


Be careful what you say or do when you visit the animals at the Zoo.

Don’t make fun of the Camel’s hump. He’s very proud of his noble bump.

Don’t laugh too much at the Chimpanzee; He thinks he’s as wise as you or me.

And the Penguins strutting around the lake can understand remarks you make.


Treat them as well as they do you, and you’ll always be welcome at the Zoo.

                                                                                -Eileen Mathias

Monday, May 19, 2014

STORM IN THE GAREDEN- An Ant Story



Sunu-sunu, the snail, was visiting his friends, the ants. They climbed all over him. Hee! Hee! Hee! They climbed under him. Hee! Hee! Hee!

Suddenly, a great white light crashed through the clouds. Sunu-sunu quickly pulled in his head, pulled in his tail, and sat very still.

Outside, the sky grew dark and the crows flew pat. Kaa! Kaa! Kaa! Kaa! Kaa!

Oh, but where were the ants? Sunu-sunu stuck out his feelers and looked for them. They were hiding under a flower pot.

“Go home, Sunu-sunu,” the ants cried out.
Hurry, hurry, your mother will worry.”

Sunu-sunu went to his mother where she sat under a stone near the well.

“Amma,” said Sunu-sunu, “there’s a storm in the garden. I heard the wind blow blow blow. Ooo! Ooo! Ooo! Ooo!

I saw trees sway sway sway. Shay! Shay! Shay! Shay!

I saw lightning flash flash flash. Zzzak! Zzzak! Zzzak! Zzzak!

I heard thunder roll roll roll. Gadaam! Gadaam! Gadaam! Gadaam!

I heard rain fall fall fall. Sittasitta! Pittapitta! Sittasitta! Pittapitta! I heard water drip drip drip!"

It was the biggest storm Sunu-sunu had even been in.

Ooo! Ooo! Shay! Shay! Zzzak! Zzzak! Gadaam! Gudoom! Sittasitta! Pittapitta! Sittasitta! Pittapitta! Plip! Plip! Plip! Plip!.


And do you know what?
Sunu-sunu didn't get wet! Do you know why?


                                                                       Sandhya Rao

Monday, May 12, 2014

RAIN- Let's recite this poem

The rain is raining all around,
It falls on field and tree;
It rains on the umbrellas here

And on the ships at sea.


                               Robert Louis Stevenson.

Monday, May 5, 2014

PINOCCHIO- Read and enjoy the story


Once upon a time, an old carpenter bought a very queer piece of wood. As he used his plane on it, he heard a little laughing voice say, "Stop! You're tickling me."

The old man was puzzled by the voice. He said, “This is a strange piece of wood. What  shall I do with it? I think I'll make it into a puppet.”

He set to work, and as the puppet boy look Shape, the old man said.
"He must have a name. I will call him Pinocchio."

As soon as he finished making the eyes, the carpenter was amazed to see them move. Before the mouth was made, it began to laugh. "Stop laughing!" the old man said.

It did stop, but as soon as his back was turned, it put out its tongue. And its nose grew long. No sooner were its hands ready than it snatched oil the carpenter's wig and put it on its own head. And then
Pinocchio's nose grew longer.

When its legs and feet were made, they were too stiff to use, so the carpenter showed Pinocchio how to use them Now, the carpenter decided to send Pinocchio to school. But there, Pinocchio did nothing but look for fun. He often ran away from school.

“Why don't you go to school?" asked the carpenter. Pinocchio told him a lie... and his nose started growing longer and longer.


Each time he was rude to someone or told a lie, his nose grew longer. Finally Pinocchio said, "I'm glad to be a real boy. I'll never lie again."