Tuesday, November 29, 2011

The Rainbow of Tutus

Once upon a time, there was a rainbow of tutus.  It makes tutus for little girls in case they don’t have tutus for ballet.  They live in a faraway house and their grandma and grandpa live next to them.  Because they live next to their grandma and grandpa’s house, their house was next to the grandma and grandpa’s house...all the persons that don’t have any tutus for ballet.  One day they maded cookies and soup for dinner...and pasta.  So they went to the grandma and grandpa’s house to eat their dinner.  They ate everything on their plate and then they got to play with the toys and the Rapunzel castle too.  So, they took a bath after their dinner.  Then, they danced to music.  Then they went to bed and readed a story for naptime tomorrow.  The End.

Dictated and illustrated by a four-year-old girl

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

The Breakfast Bakery

Once upon a time there was a bakery.  It was a breakfast bakery.  Many people were close to the bakery so that's why they could drive faster to it.  It had toast, fruit, sandwiches, orange juice, and raspberries for the breakfast bakery.  The bakery stayed nice and neat because all the chefs keeped it neat.  They mopped it and cleaned it so it would look shiny and clean.  The chefs had a lot to do, but they always made time to cook cook cook.  They always did their very best cooking.  When they saw their very first customers, they made breakfast for them and they got a whole bunch of raspberries.  The End.

Dictated and illustrated by a four-year-old girl

The Princess with Two Trees

 Once there was a beautiful princess, and she lived in a beautiful princess garden.  In the beautiful princess rainforest, she had two twin babies.  And she had a beautiful, beautiful princess dress and water all around her home.  She haded a bed that looked like a blue Mickey but it was just a bed.  The 2 trees were exactly the same because they loved every tree.  Because of that every day the princess went to the pumpkin patch and so she came to the very last pumpkin and it was very,  very big.  Then, it was really, really, really, really, really big.  The end.    

Dictated and illustrated by a four-year-old girl

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Lightning the Queen

Once upon a time, there was a race car named Lightning the Queen.  Mommy, Pappy, and Daddy liked to drive the race car.  The traffic light told them “Stop,” and “Go.”  The little girl doesn’t have a name.  She cried because Mommy told her she couldn’t drive the race car.  So she went into a flying house instead of going on the race car ride.  The end. 

Dictated and illustrated by a 4-year-old girl