Here’s a story about the letter F.
To make uppercase F, you make a straight line down. On top you make a straight line across, and in the middle you make another straight line.
To make lowercase f, you make a big curve on top and just a straight line down. In the middle, you make a line across.
Some words that begin with F are . . . Frog. Flower. Fly.
Okay, here’s our story.
There’s a frog named Mr. Franklin, who had a fancy hat with a feather in it! He saw a fly and started chasing it. He found the fly in a forest. His name was Freddy.
He said, “Oh, Mr. Franklin, I want to be your friend. I’m going to try to make you laugh!” And then he said, “Fly sky makes a fly.” Then he made a funny face.
“Hmph. You’ll never make me laugh!”
Then Freddy flipped over four times and pulled out a magic flower. He was going to use the magic flower to make Mr. Franklin laugh.
He pushed a secret button in the flower, and instead of making Mr. Franklin laugh, it started a fire.
“Oh no!” Freddy said. “We need a fire truck to put out the flames.”
“I’ll be your friend,” said the frog.
What words that begin with F did you find in this story?