Short stories for kids (3-6 years old ): An awesome day at the market
At the market
I sometimes go to the market with my mom. That’s a big market. There are a lot of shops.My mom and I are here now.
Grace: Mom what is that?
Mom: That is broccoli. Do you like it?
Grace: Yes, I do.
Grace: What are those?
Mom: They are pumpkins.
Grace: I like them too.
Grace: Mom who is that?
Mom: He is a salesman.
Grace: Whose gloves are these?
Mom: They are for the salesman.
Grace: Mom are these eggplants?
Mom: Yes, they are. Do you like them?
Grace: Yes. I do.
Mom: Let’s buy some and go home.
Words to learn: Salesman – Eggplant – Gloves – Pumpkin – Broccoli – Market – Shop.
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