The Kiss that Missed is written and illustrated by David Melling and read by Karan Brar. One evening, when the King is in a hurry, his goodnight kiss to the Little Prince goes astray. After rattling around the Prince’s bedroom, it flies out the window and floats into the dark forest, where it has no business to be. The King decides to do something about it. He orders the Knight to climb on his horse, ride into the forest, and bring back the kiss. But the forest is filled with spooky things that frighten both the Knight and his horse. How will they ever succeed in bringing the kiss back to the castle?
Hey guys, and welcome to sag foundation Storyline online. Today we’re reading the case that Miss, written and illustrated by David Malik. Once upon a Tuesday, the king was in a hurry. As usual. Goodnight. He said and blew his son a royalty It Mess. Young prince watched battle around the room. They’ll bounce out of the window. In 2009. The prince told the queen, the queen, the king. And the king had a quick word with his Loyal Knight that yes, squat the night, mounted his horse eventually. And gao dot in hot pursuit until I came to the wild wild creatures with wild eyes. Too much yen and bearing that matters. Let it was dark, it was smelly, it was snowing. They have or not. There are bears with long claws and gradually wars, swooping out of all shapes and sizes. And a pack of hungry wolves triply now, squeak the night. And then suddenly with the sparkle, the Rockies came floating by and inter, said, good night everyone. Bear stopping, rally. I will stop being swoopy. Will stop being dribbling. And before you could say, follow that, guess, they all settle down. Good night’s sleep. After a while, they sat down on a wrinkly old tree trunk. Tourette’s. The wrinkly old tree trunk, twitched and slowly roll into the air above the woods and into the clouds. At last, they found themselves staring into a pair of very airy nostos. A dragon with those power would renounce on tos iss really at them. Suddenly with the sparkle, the royal kiss cage loading by and Fulbright up the dragons. Now he set up, sniffed and blinked. Slowly. He opened his mouth, took a deep breath and sees oh no. He said as a the trees. He passed assay. Then I want to peg C case. You good night. And slowly, they all made their way back to the castle. That night. The prince was happy, the queen was happy. And the king promised to stop always being in America. He made sure everyone was comfortable and slow rather than a bad touched. We’re going to add almost the end. I’m camera again and thank you guys for checking out Storyline online. Cia. (As provided by SchoolTube video transcript.)
Suggested Grade Level: K-1
The standards listed below are for the K and 1st grades but can easily be modified for other grades.
CCSS.SL.K.1, CCSS.SL.1.11, CCSS.SL.K.4, CCSS.RL.K.3, CCSS.SL.1.2, CCSS.RL.1.3, CCSS.RL.K.1, CCSS.RL.K.5, CCSS.RL.1.1, CCSS.RL.1.5, CCSS.RL.K.1, CCSS.SL.K.2, CCSS.W.K.3, CCSS.W.1.3, CCSS.W.K.3, CCSS.W.K.5, CCSS.W.1.3, CCSS.W.1.5,
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