“F” is for Fright

“F” is for Fright …

“You are my friend,” said Alphabet Allie. “Thank you, Fred, for inviting me to your farm. ‘F’ is for friend and also for farm.”

“You are welcome,” said Fred, picking up a knife to carve a pumpkin. “I am going to carve my Halloween pumpkin.”

“That sounds like fun,” said Alphabet Allie. “Can I watch? ‘F’ is for fun.”

“Absolutely,” said Fred.

Fred picked up the carving knife and he cut his finger. Alphabet Allie saw blood on the counter.

“I feel fear and fright,” said Alphabet Allie. “I see blood. ‘F’ is for feel and fear. “F” is for fright also.”

“I cut my finger,” said Fred. “I forgot how sharp the knife was. ‘F’ is for finger and forgot.”

“That is why I found blood,” said Alphabet Allie. “Let’s first fix your finger. ‘F’ is for found, first and fix.”


 

Moral of this Story:

  • Be careful when using sharp knives.
  • Example: Fred cut his finger on a knife when he was carving a pumpkin for Halloween.

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