The hiding of the vowels. Children's story about letters
With this story we can teach the child some of the letters of the alphabet and the importance of vowels in order to form words. A funny story by Azucena Zarzuela about the peculiarities of the lyrics for the first written words of children. The hiding of the vowels. Story for children about the lett
With this story we can teach the child some of the letters of the alphabet and the importance of vowels in order to form words.
A funny story by Azucena Zarzuela about the peculiarities of the lyrics for the first written words of children.
The hiding of the vowels. Story for children about the letters
The letters had party state all weekend.
They had spent many hours playing and dancing and now they were so tired that they did not know how to get together to make the words. Fortunately, the children would soon arrive at school and with their crayons they would help them to build words and phrases.They had
played hide and seek and since then they had not seen the vowels again. The consonants were concerned, without them they could not teach children to read and write. Mrs. Mrs.
, mudita as she was, went to look inside the boxes to ladies A, E and I and Mr. O and U. With gestures she asked for help from Mrs. B, but she had eaten so much cake chocolate that had swollen his gut and could not move. Mr. Ttogether with Mrs. S were in charge of looking in the cupboards and the young girls X and Z looked behind the curtains. The letters R, M and P
kept on dancing and instead of helping they did not stop bothering. Each time there was less time, the children would soon arrive. Mr. W , although he knew he would appear in a few words, was very worried. - We can not be an alphabet anymore, - Mr.
complained. Las - We will find them, the important thing is that we all work togetherand organize ourselves well to look for them- said the vibrant
Mrs. R .They looked at the whole class. There was no corner where they would not look.
Sad and tired decided to keep in the books as they heard the children climb the stairs. When opening the consonants the stories were surprised and happy because there, in their place, were the vowelswaiting for the little ones. They knew that the children would like to write their names with them and that they would have a lot of work, therefore, they had left the party early to rest and today they could play and make many words.