1)The moon and the rabbit


http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/fimbles/stories/moonandtherabbit/

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I have a terrible stomachache.

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Doctor:

Good morning. Please have a seat here. What´s the problem?
Paul Ryefield:

I have a terrible stomachache.
Doctor:

Do you have diarrhea?
Paul Ryefield:

Yes, I do.
Doctor:

Do you have any other symptoms?
Paul Ryefield:

Yes, I feel .............
Doctor:

You mean you feel nauseous?
Paul Ryefield:

That´s right. I feel like vomiting. And right now I feel .............. too.
Doctor:

When did the symptoms start?
Paul Ryefield:

This morning. Yesterday evening I ate something ..............
Doctor:

All right. Please take off your clothes to the and lie down there. ... Just tell me if it hurts when I do this.
Paul Ryefield:

It doesn´t hurt. ... Ouch. It hurts there.
Doctor:

Okay. Let´s hope it´s just indigestion, but we´ll need to run some diagnostic tests to be sure. We´ll run a blood test and we´ll also need a urine .....
Paul Ryefield:

Can you give me something ..................................
Doctor:

Yes, I´ll give you a prescription for indigestion tablets.
Sick: dizzy: raw. Waist hurts sample
For the time being.

Sunil the Tiger

http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/fimbles/stories/stripytiger/

Sunil the Tiger


http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/fimbles/stories/stripytiger/

Stretch....... yawn.......... spots.......... all over......... instead of ........anymore


One morning Sunil the Stripy Tiger woke up. He'd been asleep all night under the pink Dewlip Tree.

Sunil ………… and……... "I think I'll go and find my friends," he thought.

He found the twins, Jip and Jamila rolling around, playing.

"Hello," said Sunil. "Can I play too?"

Jip ……………………… at Sunil. "What happened to you?" he asked.

"Sunil," said Jamila. "You've got ………………..!"

Sunil looked down at himself. It was true.

There were pink spots on his legs. He turned round and round, trying to look at himself.

"They're all over your …………….," said Jip.

"All over," repeated Jamila. "Go and look in the river."

Sunil went down to the river and stared at his reflection in the water. It really was true.

He wasn't a tiger with stripes ……………... He was a tiger with spots! How could it have happened?

Sunil heard Jip and Jamila calling him to play but he slunk away. He didn't feel like seeing anyone.Dark rain clouds were coming over so he went home to find his Mum.

The rain started to fall – plop, plop, plop, on poor Sunil.

Wet and miserable, he crept under the Dewlip Tree and curled up by his mother."……………………………………….?" she asked.

"I've got spots ……………………. stripes," moaned Sunil.

His mother laughed softly. “Those aren't spots, Sunil. They're just leaves from the Dewlip tree, pink leaves and look, the rain has been washing them all off!"Sunil looked and saw all his pink spots lying on the grass. He snuggled up to his mother and soon fell fast asleep, a happy and stripy tiger.

The End:

Stretch....... yawn.......... spots.......... all over... instead of ........anymore




The Moon and the rabbit

http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/fimbles/stories/moonandtherabbit/

hid........stay.....elephants....couldn't....pool...must....jungle....once...though....pieces...trunk...shone..round....brave.......squash ...waves...touch



Once there was a family of rabbits who lived near a beautiful pool in the......... Every evening the rabbits loved to see the big round moon reflected in the water. One day some .........stopped to drink the water. They liked the pool very much, so much that they decided to stay. But the rabbits were't very happy.

"Those elephants are too big!" said the oldest rabbit. ! They will ………………… us under their big clumsy feet. We ......... tell them to go away."

But none of the rabbits were .........enough.

That night the smallest rabbit ......in the grass by the pool. The moon's reflection shone, big and round and silver, in the water.

When the elephants came to drink, the rabbit called out "Oh Elephants, I am the Moon and this ........ is mine.!

You are drinking my water!"

The Elephants were amazed! They ........ see the little rabbit, they .......... the Moon was really talking to them! One elephant put his .........into the water to …………….the Moon's reflection.

and it broke up into little tiny............. "Look what you've done! cried the little rabbit. The Moon is so angry she has broken into a ……………….. pieces!"

The elephants looked at the water and thought the Moon really was angry. They went away and never came back

All the rabbits came out and laughed and danced. They thanked the smallest rabbit for his good idea and the reflection of the silver Moon twinkled in the pool again


The rupee tree

http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/tikkabilla/stories/rupeetree/

The rupee tree

http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/tikkabilla/stories/rupeetree/

Alms.... allow...... refuse ..........torn ......dig...... humble...... wealth ..........bring

In a little town in India, called Aat-Pat Nagar, there lived a wise Brahmin.

One day the Brahmin went to the King to ask for …………….

The King generously offered him one hundred rupees, but the Brahmin refused to take any money that the King had not ……… through work.

The King had never worked in his life! He thought of a plan and asked the Brahmin to come back in two days.

The next day, the King replaced his robes with a ………………………, old robe and went to a nearby village.

The King asked a man for work and was told to dig …………………………….. for the road.

The King tried hard, but was soon too tired to work anymore.

The man gave the King a rupee coin and told him to go home.

The next day the Brahmin came to the palace and the King gave him his hard-earned coin.

The Brahmin planted the coin in his garden, where it sprouted and grew into a mighty tree covered with shiny rupee coins.

A few days later the King's daughters were …………………. flowers from all the local gardens and came to visit the Brahmin. In his garden they saw the beautiful money-laden tree.

When they told the King about the Brahmin’s beautiful rupee tree, he ordered it to be cut down and ……………….. to him.

But the Brahmin would not………….. it and asked that the King come himself and take the tree.

The King came, and the Brahmin told him that the coin had grown into a tree because it had been earned with hard work.

The King felt …………….and went on his way.

The King learned that the fruits of our own hard work grow far greater than anything given to us. What we give generously from our own hard work will bring far greater wealth.

Alms.... allow...... refuse ..........torn ......dig...... humble...... wealth ..........bring


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