Make story time interesting. PowerPoint audio books read to the students. This story is from First Phonics, a phonics curriculum for preschoolers. There are 31 stories about the alliterative characters from the program. Included with each story is the character’s song. Most of the stories subtly teach a character-building trait. This one teaches about facing the consequences of actions even when they are not intended:
Xavier, the Yak, wants to know how everything works. He loves to take things apart. But when he take apart the television to see how the cartoon characters got inside, his mother is furious with him. She sends him to his room for the rest of the day. He dreads what his father will say when he gets home. To Xavier’s surprise, Dad brings him a present. It is a toy x-ray machine. Now he can see how things work without taking them apart.