Story: ‘The Elephant and the Bad Baby’

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STORY: ‘The Elephant and the Bad Baby’

1- Once upon a time there was an Elephant.
2- And one day the Elephant went for a walk and he met a Bad Baby. And the Elephant said to the Bad Baby, “Would you like a ride?” And the Bad Baby said, “Yes.”
3- So the Elephant stretched out his trunk, and picked the Bad Baby and put him on his back, and they went rumpeta, rumpeta, rumpeta, all down the road.
4- Very soon they met an ice-cream man. And the Elephant said to the Bad Baby, “Would you like an ice-cream?” And the Bad Baby said, “Yes.” So the Elephant stretched out his trunk, and took an ice-cream for himself and an ice-cream for the Bad Baby, and they went rumpeta, rumpeta, rumpeta, all down the road with the ice-cream man running after.
5- Next they came to a pork butcher’s shop. And the Elephant said to the Bad Baby, “Would you like a pie?” And the Bad Baby said, “Yes.” So the Elephant stretched out his trunk, and took a pie for himself and a pie for the Bad Baby, and they went rumpeta, rumpeta, rumpeta, all down the road with the ice-cream man and the pork butcher both running after.
6- Next they came to a baker’s shop. And the Elephant said to the Bad Baby, “Would you like a bun?” And the Bad Baby said, “Yes.” So the Elephant stretched out his trunk, and took a bun for himself and a bun for the Bad Baby, and they went rumpeta, rumpeta, rumpeta, all down the road with the ice-cream man, and the pork butcher, and the baker all running after.

7- Next they came to a snack bar. And the Elephant said to the Bad Baby, “Would you like some crisps?” And the Bad Baby said, “Yes.” So the Elephant stretched out his trunk, and took some crisps for himself and some crisps for the Bad Baby, and they went rumpeta, rumpeta, rumpeta, all down the road with the ice-cream man, and the pork butcher, and the baker, and the snack bar man all running after.

8- Next they came to a grocer’s shop. And the Elephant said to the Bad Baby, “Would you like a chocolate biscuit?” And the Bad Baby said, “Yes.” So the Elephant stretched out his trunk, and took a chocolate biscuit for himself and a chocolate biscuit for the Bad Baby, and they went rumpeta, rumpeta, rumpeta, all down the road with the ice-cream man, and the pork butcher, and the baker, and the snack bar man, and the grocer all running after.
9- Next they came to a sweet shop. And the Elephant said to the Bad Baby, “Would you like a lollipop?” And the Bad Baby said, “Yes.” So the Elephant stretched out his trunk, and took a lollipop for himself and a lollipop for the Bad Baby, and they went rumpeta, rumpeta, rumpeta, all down the road with the ice-cream man, and the pork butcher, and the baker, and the snack bar man, and the grocer, and the lady from the sweet shop all running after.
10- Next they came to a fruit barrow. And the Elephant said to the Bad Baby, “Would you like an apple?” And the Bad Baby said, “Yes.” So the Elephant stretched out his trunk and took an apple for himself and an apple for the Bad Baby, and they went rumpeta, rumpeta, rumpeta, all down the road with the ice-cream man, and the pork butcher, and the baker, and the snack bar man, and the grocer, and the lady from the sweet shop, and the barrow boy all running after.
11- Then the Elephant said to the Bad Baby, “But you haven’t once said please!” And then he said, “You haven’t ONCE said please!” Then the Elephant sat down suddenly in the middle of the road and the Bad Baby fell off.
12- And the ice-cream man, and the pork butcher, and the baker, and the snack bar man, and the grocer, and the lady from the sweet shop, and the barrow boy all went BUMP into a heap.

13- And the Elephant said, “But he never once said please!” And the ice-cream man, and the pork butcher, and the baker, and the snack bar man, and the grocer, and the lady from the sweet shop, and the barrow boy all picked themselves up and said, “Just fancy that! He never ONCE said please!” And the Bad Baby said, “PLEASE! I want to go home to my Mummy!”

14- So the Elephant stretched out his trunk, and picked the Bad Baby and put him on his back, and they went rumpeta, rumpeta, rumpeta, all down the road, with the ice-cream man, and the pork butcher, and the baker, and the snack bar man, and the grocer, and the lady from the sweet shop, and the barrow boy all running after.
15- When the Bad Baby’s Mummy saw them, she said, “Have you come for tea?” And they all said, “Yes, please!” So they all went in and had tea, and the Bad Baby’s Mummy made pancakes for everybody.
16- Then the Elephant went rumpeta, rumpeta, rumpeta all down the road with the ice-cream man, and the pork butcher, and the baker, and the snack bar man, and the grocer, and the lady from the sweet shop, and the barrow boy all running after. And the Bad Baby went to bed.

SONG: ‘Stop, Look, Listen and Think’, The Singing Kettle Video
Don’t forget to sing now. Don’t forget to laugh when you see Artie dressed up as Mr Potato face so,
Stop, look, listen and think before you cross the street.

And use your eyes and use your ears before you use your feet.

So stop, look, listen and think before you cross the road.

Use your eyes and use your ears and use your green cross code.


And let’s have a huge cheer for Mr Potato face.
Some of us can dance and sing or play a slide trombone

Fly a plane, drive a train or pick your telephone.

But if you go out walking you really must take care.

The big wide world is watching so watch yourself out there.


Everybody, shout tatty bye and sing with us again. So...

Stop, look, listen and think before you cross the street.

And use your eyes and use your ears before you use your feet.

So stop, look, listen and think before you cross the road.

Use your eyes and use your ears and use your green cross code.

I bet you’ve never seen eyes as funny as these...
Your eyes are very useful.

They’re the thing that help you see.

The sun, the moon, the stars, the trees are moving at TV.

They wink, they blink, they cry, they say.

They’re blue, they’re brown, they’re green.

You use them when you look at me.

You close them when you dream.
Everybody, shout tatty bye and sing with us again. So...
Stop, look, listen and think before you cross the street.

And use your eyes and use your ears before you use your feet.

So stop, look, listen and think before you cross the road.

Use your eyes and use your ears and use your green cross code.


I’ve never seen ears this colour.

Your ears are very handy they can listen to us all

Or your teacher when she shouts at you when you do something wrong.

They ‘ll even hear a whisper when a secret is being told.

They’ll let you hear the traffic when you go to cross the road.
Everybody, shout tatty bye and sing with us again. So...
Stop, look, listen and think before you cross the street.

And use your eyes and use your ears before you use your feet.

So stop, look, listen and think before you cross the road.

Use your eyes and use your ears and use your green cross code.


These feet are hilarious.

Now feet are very funny with all the wiggly toes.

Some of them are beautiful, some make you hold your nose.

They run, they skip, they hop, they jump,

They take you all about but when you go to cross the road,

Walk, please. Don’t run out.


Everybody, shout tatty bye and sing with us again. So...

Stop, look, listen and think before you cross the street.

And use your eyes and use your ears before you use your feet.

So stop, look, listen and think before you cross the road.

Use your eyes and use your ears and use your green cross code.

Look at the colour of this moustache.

When you get up in the morning to start a brand new day.

You may be going to work or school or even out to play.

Use your eyes, use your feet, don’t ever stop to blink.

And don’t forget to use your head, it’s there to help you think.
Everybody, shout tatty bye and sing with us again. So...
Stop, look, listen and think before you cross the street.

And use your eyes and use your ears before you use your feet.

So stop, look, listen and think before you cross the road.

Use your eyes and use your ears and use your green cross code.

When you cross, when you cross, when you cross the road.
And let’s have a huge cheer for Mr. Patato face.

Everybody shout tatty bye.

Rhyme: ‘There is a Little Baker’s Shop.

(Optional craft)
There is a little Baker’s Shop.

Open the door!

There is a little Toy Shop.

Open the door!

There is a little Sweet Shop.

Have a lollipop!








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