Positive Words That Start With LApril the elephant lived in Brazil. Her friends Lucy the Lizard and Lexie the Owl liked to be lazy. L words would play on the log in the lake, worcs extra long lunches, and dig holes. Then they met Albert the Whale, near a pool of water, by the ocean. Albert l words them that it is okay to laugh, be silly, and lazy sometimes, but it was l words to do in the jungle. Albert told them eleven ways that would help them be safer.
Words Starting With L - English Vocabulary Word List | Learner's Dictionary
April the elephant lived in Brazil. Her friends Lucy the Lizard and Lexie the Owl liked to be lazy. They would play on the log in the lake, take extra long lunches, and dig holes. Then they met Albert the Whale, near a pool of water, by the ocean.
Albert told them that it is okay to laugh, be silly, and lazy sometimes, but it was dangerous to do in the jungle. Albert told them eleven ways that would help them be safer. April, Lucy, and Lexie listened and learned how to be more safe. Lynn loved to do laundry. In fact, she would call her family to tell them every time she did laundry! She would watch baseball on the couch with her pillow and a bowl of green salad whenever she did laundry. She looked at her calendar and it said laundry was this Saturday.
She called her family to tell them. Her mom told her she didn't want to listen to her talk about laundry. I am going on a long walk to think about ladders and marshmallows. That should keep my mind off of laundry. Dale jumped up when he heard his alarm. Today was the fourth of July and he couldn't wait to watch the firework show! He found a tall hill that he could watch the show from very well. He and his family ate lunch on the hill, threw a ball around, and played silly games all day until it was time for the show.
The fireworks were bright and loud like lightning. Dale liked to look at all of the different colors that lit up the sky. After the show was over he got a call from his Uncle Larry. Uncle Larry studied leaves in Brazil and called to ask Dale about the firework show.
Dale told his Uncle how great the show had been. Uncle Larry laughed and said, "That is wonderful! I wish I could have been there to celebrate with you. We'll see, maybe I can visit next year. The movie was about a blue goblin. He was in trouble because he got caught in a blizzard. The blizzard was so bad, it was like the goblin had a blindfold on over his eyes.
This was a problem for the goblin because he was not used to cold weather. After stumbling around in the blizzard, the goblin saw a cabin. Inside he found a blanket, made a fire, and cooked some scrambled eggs. He had a blister on his shoulder blade from the back pack he was carrying, but he was glad that he found the cabin.
After nibbling on his scrambled eggs, he fell asleep. They were playing marbles on the kitchen table. After Able lost a game he started mumbling. Blake jumped up on the table and started doing the blink dance. That was when the trouble began. When Blake starting blinking his eyes, he became unstable and lost his balance. Able tried to grab him before he fell, but it was too late.
Blake fell face first onto the black coffee table hitting his nose on it. When their mom came home from Bible study, she was mad to see blood all over the carpet. She asked the two siblings what had happened. Blake got in a lot of trouble when his mom found out he had danced on the table.
The ocean is a great place to catch clams. Today, Clay woke up at five o'clock, grabbed his fishing clothes and blue belt buckle from the closet, and ate a pickle for breakfast. He hopped on his bike and started cycling. He only lived a mile from the ocean. When he got to the beach he noticed a nickel on the ground and picked it up.
Surprisingly, it was clean. As he walked closer to the shore he saw a pile of clothes, a gold necklace, an ankle bracelet, and a snorkel. He looked out into the ocean and saw his friend Cloey. She was swimming in the ocean. Looking over his shoulder, Clark could see for miles. The sky was clear and blue. He had climbed 8, feet and was only half way to the top of Mount Clap. His knuckles were white, his hands were cold.
The higher he climbed the colder he got. He checked his map to make sure he wasn't climbing in circles. He had seen many animals - including a duck with her ducklings.
He hoped he would be able to climb to the top of the mountain where he would see everything. During his climb, he had rubbed his ankle on a prickly plant and it scratched him really bad. Clark wanted to be brave and so he kept on climbing. He felt like making the climb would be worth the view and the memories. Clark wanted to reach his goal even if his ankle was in a little pain. He turned back toward the mountain and kept climbing.
Glen was glad he had built his igloo by Glacier Pass. From there he could watch eagles fly all day long. Glen studied eagle feathers. He did this with a magnifying glass that was part of a special tool kit. He had to be careful that his beagle, Gloria, didn't bark too much or it would scare the eagles away. Glen was glad that Gloria was with him though. She was a good beagle. She would wiggle at night when he was trying to sleep, but they would snuggle and Gloria would keep him warm.
Sometimes Gloria would lick his nose and make him giggle. Glen was glad that Gloria was with him. I have seen a man on Glendon Street who likes to juggle bagels. It doesn't matter what type or flavor of bagel either. One day, I was passing by and watching him.
He looked at me and said, "I can juggle your sunglasses. Then he did something I would have never thought. He put on some boxing gloves, grabbed my sunglasses and some bagels and began to juggle all of them.
I told him he could entertain people around the globe with his talent for juggling. I was so impressed with his juggling skills, I invited him to lunch. He accepted and we went and had a bite to eat together. It was a normal morning for Floyd. He sat on his tile floor and ate a bowl of cornflakes, watered his sunflowers, and played a song on his flute. He was careful not to give his sunflowers too much water.
Too much water can be harmful to sunflowers. He really liked his sunflowers. They made him cheerful. Right after he watered the sunflowers, he watched as a butterfly landed on them. Pretty soon his sunflowers were covered with butterflies. He had never seen anything so colorful before. He took a picture of his flowers covered in butterflies. Later, he put it in a picture frame, on the wall, next to his flute. He always wanted to remember that day. Wearing flippers won't help you float, but they will help you swim better!