The New Boy In Class
ChuChu and her friends loved going to school. They loved all of their friends and their teachers too. Hi Miss.Dorothy!. Hello ChuChu. Miss.Dorothy was ChuChu’s favorite teacher. She was always telling her students to be kind to share and care. ChuChu, can you please share your crayons with Cussly? He forgot to bring his to school. Of course, Miss.Dorothy. Thank you, ChuChu. You’re always so kind and helpful. One day, a new boy joined ChuChu’s class. His name was Jacob. Jacob was differently abled. He used a wheel chair to move around. When Jacob entered the classroom, Miss.Dorothy reminded everyone to greet him. Children, let’s welcome Jacob to our school. I’d like everyone to say hello. Welcome, Jacob! Hello Jacob. Welcome! ChuChu introduced herself to Jacob. Hi Jacob! I’m ChuChu. I’d like to be your friend. Hello, ChuChu! I’m very happy to meet you. ChuChu liked Jacob immediately. He was cheerful and polite. Soon, it was time for recess. All the children were eager to play. They ran out of the class. Yay! Let’s go to the playground! Jacob couldn’t walk or run. And so he slowly followed everyone to the playground using his wheelchair.
All the children were having fun playing games. But ChuChu noticed that Jacob was all by himself. He was watching everyone from afar. Everyone forgot about Jacob. He’s all by himself. I must do something. ChuChu immediately spoke to her friends. Everybody, listen! ChuChu asked everyone to play a game that Jacob could play too. She then invited Jacob to join them. Jacob! We are going to play catch. You must play with us too. I can be your partner and help you move around. That sounds like fun! So everyone started playing the game. ChaCha threw the ball to Jacob. And Chika helped Jacob get to the ball. This is so much fun. Jacob was very happy. He laughed and enjoyed himself. Miss.Dorothy had been watching the children. She had seen how thoughtful ChuChu and her friends had been. She walked up to them smiling. Well done, children. You all have made Jacob feel very comfortable. You all are so kind and caring. I’m very proud of you all. ChuChu and her friends felt happy. They always did their best to make Jacob feel comfortable and never left him out.
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ChuChu Save A Puppy
It was a fine morning. ChuChu and her friends were playing in the park. They were building sandcastles in the sandbox. Huh? Suddenly ChuChu heard a puppy barking. I hear a puppy. There must be one in the park. I hear it too. But I don’t see it anywhere. Let’s follow the sound of the puppy barking. Yes! That will help us find it. ChuChu and her friends followed the sound of the puppy barking. Soon, they found the puppy. It had fallen in a hole. Oh no! The poor puppy! He’s fallen into this hole. Let’s help him to get out. Here puppy, here! Give us your paw. We’ll help you climb out. Oh no! The puppy’s crying. He must be very afraid. The hole is very deep. He’s having a hard time climbing out. I have an idea. Let’s bring some sand from the sandbox. We can put it in the hole and make a small mound, so the puppy can climb out.
Good idea, ChuChu! ChuChu and the other kids collected sand in their pails and got ready to throw the sand into the hole. Be careful, puppy! Wait in the corner, so the sand doesn’t fall on you. The puppy sat in a corner and watched quietly as ChuChu and the others threw the sand in. Soon, there was enough sand for the puppy to climb on. Puppy! Climb the sand mound please. Don’t be afraid. When you are closer to us, we’ll pick you up and pull you out. The puppy was very afraid. But he understood that ChuChu and her friends were trying to help him. And so he listened to them and climbed up on the little sand mound. Good puppy! When the puppy was close enough to the children, Chika put his hands into the hole and gently pulled the puppy out. Hooray! The puppy is out! The puppy was very happy to be out of the hole. He smiled and wagged his tail and barked happily. It was the puppy’s way of saying thank you to ChuChu and her friends for rescuing him from the hole.
ChuChu says “Yes Vegetables”
It was a bright sunday afternoon. ChuChu was very hungry. She was waiting to eat some lunch. Mom, I’m really hungry! May I have something to eat please? Yes, ChuChu! You can eat your lunch now. Huh? Vegetable soup? I don’t want this soup, Mom. You must have this soup, ChuChu. It’s delicious and full of vegetables that are very good for you. But it’s full of spinach and broccoli! I only like carrots and potatoes. I’ll only eat the carrots and potatoes. You must eat all of the vegetables, ChuChu. Each of them have different special vitamins. They will help you grow. Nooo, I’ll only eat the carrots and the potatoes. ChuChu’s mother and father were very worried about ChuChu. They wanted her to eat a variety of vegetables to help her stay healthy and grow. We must help ChuChu learn to eat and enjoy more types of vegetables. Why don’t we take her to the vegetable market? She will have fun meeting the farmer there and she’ll learn about some vegetables too. Good idea! Later that day, ChuChu’s mother and father took her to the vegetable market. There was a friendly-looking farmer there.
Where are the carrots and potatoes, Mister farmer? Carrots and potatoes don’t grow at this time of the year, ChuChu. Their season is over. But this is the time of year when we grow other delicious vegetables. Like broccoli and okra. Why don’t you try them? They’ll make you smart and strong. Just then the broccoli started to talk to ChuChu. Hi, I am broccoli! I’m very, very yummy! Don’t I look like a bunch of flowers? My vitamins can give you super powers! My stalk is delicious and slender My florets are yummy and tender. I can make you strong and pretty! Roast me with butter and I’m yummy! Put me in a soup and you’ll have lovely hair. And if you want bright eyes, I’ll surely take care. You sound very delicious and healthy, broccoli! Thank you for telling me all about you. I won’t fuss so much about eating you anymore. The farmer then introduced ChuChu to another vegetable. It was okra. Meet okra, ChuChu! Okra? The okra began to talk to ChuChu too. Ra, ra, ra, I’m okra! I’m long and green okra! I’m shaped like a long finger. I’m also called a lady’s finger. I can clear your face of pimples.
Just eat me up it’s so simple. I’m full of vitamins A,B and C I’m very good as you can see! It was nice meeting you, okra! And I’m never going to fuss about eating you now. Hee hee. Thank you. The farmer then showed ChuChu many other vegetables. ChuChu, these are cabbages. These are eggplants. These are beets. And these are radishes. And they are all very delicious and good for you. You must come to the market again so you can learn more about them too. Wow! They all look so delicious and healthy! When it was time to return home, the farmer gave ChuChu a basket full of fresh vegetables. These vegetables are for you, ChuChu. I’m sure you’ll like them. Thank you, Mister farmer. When ChuChu returned home, she couldn’t wait to eat the vegetables. Mother, will you make a soup with these vegetables please? Yes, ChuChu. Mmmm! Delicious! ChuChu then asked her mother and father if they would help her grow a vegetable garden. Let’s plant some vegetables in our garden. so we can eat fresh vegetables everyday! From that day onwards, ChuChu looked forward to eating vegetables every day. Yummy!
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