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Meet the Letter R

The letter R comes roaring to life in our Meet the Letter R story. The tale stars Rosie who works at the robot factory. Her job is to put red robots together, but when a racecar rams into her box of red robot legs, Rosie has a real problem. Without red robot legs, how can she do her job? Rosie comes up with a brilliant solution. She makes a multicolored RAINBOW robot and names him Robert. Right away, Rosie realizes that Robert is a very special robot, and children are sure to agree. This celebration of the letter R is a great way to help any child connect to the 18th letter of the alphabet.
The letter R comes roaring to life in our Meet the Letter R story. The tale stars Rosie who works at the robot factory. Her job is to put red robots together, but when a racecar rams into her box of red robot legs, Rosie has a real problem. Without red robot legs, how can she do her job? Rosie comes up with a brilliant solution. She makes a multicolored RAINBOW robot and names him Robert. Right away, Rosie realizes that Robert is a very special robot, and children are sure to agree. This celebration of the letter R is a great way to help any child connect to the 18th letter of the alphabet.
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Kindergarten
Find short stories with pictures that are great for kindergarten reading level. Your child can learn about all the letters in the alphabet in the Meet The Letter series and learn to count in Monster Birthday Surprise.
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Meet the Letter R Here’s a story about the letter R. You make uppercase R like this: a line here, a curved line here, and another line here. You make lowercase r like this: a line here, then come back up, and a small curve around like this. Some words that begin with the letter R are . . . Robot Racecar Red Okay, now here’s our story. Rosie works at the Red Robot Room at the robot factory. She is responsible for putting the red robots together. Just as Rosie was about to grab a red robot leg out of the box, a racecar ran into the box, turning the whole box of robot legs into rubble! “Oh no! I can’t use any of these red robot legs!” Randal from the racecar factory had a remote control for the racecar. Randal ran to the window. “I’m so sorry Rosie! That racecar must not be ready yet. I’ll have to fix it!” “Rats,” said Rosie. “I really need red legs!” She radioed her friend Ralph. “Do you have any red robot legs?” Ralph replied, “I don’t have any red robot legs, but I have blue robot legs.” That gave Rosie an idea. Rosie raced from room to room picking up different-colored robot parts. She grabbed yellow arms, a green body, really-long blue legs, and a round orange head. She took her box of parts back to the red room, ripped a piece of tape, and wrapped it around the arms to connect it to the body. She took a step back to admire her robot. It was a . . . RAINBOW ROBOT!!! “I will call you Robert!” “Meep moop reep roop. I. Am. Robert. The Rainbow Robot.” Rosie realized she made something really special—her new friend, Robert. The End. R! What R words did you hear in the story?
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