Everyday story 3-4 years old

A Winter Wonderland Adventure

Lily, a little girl who loves winter, spends a magical day building a snowman, going on a thrilling sled ride, and enjoying a cozy bonfire with her family.

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Once upon a time, in a small village nestled amidst snowy mountains, lived a little girl named Lily. Lily was four years old and loved everything about winter. The snowflakes falling gently from the sky, the sound of crunching snow beneath her boots, and the cozy feeling of wrapping herself in warm blankets made her heart sing with joy.

One frosty morning, Lily woke up to find a magical winter wonderland outside her window. The trees were dressed in sparkling white, and the rooftops were covered in a thick layer of snow. Lily couldn't contain her excitement and quickly put on her winter gear.

« Lily, are you ready to go outside and have some fun in the snow? » called out her mom.

« Yes, Mommy! » Lily replied with a beaming smile on her face.

Lily stepped outside, feeling the cold air tickle her cheeks. She took a deep breath and inhaled the fresh winter scent. The first thing she noticed was her friend, Emily, building a snowman nearby.

« Hi Emily! Can I help you build the snowman? » Lily asked eagerly.

« Of course, Lily! Let's make it the biggest snowman ever! » Emily answered, handing Lily a carrot for the snowman's nose.

The two girls spent hours rolling snowballs and carefully stacking them on top of each other. They added a scarf around the snowman's neck and placed a hat on its head. It looked absolutely perfect.

Just as they finished, Lily's older brother, Jack, came sliding down the hill on his sled. He had a mischievous grin on his face.

« Hey, Lily! Want to go on a thrilling sled ride with me? » Jack shouted excitedly.

Lily's eyes widened with excitement. She loved the feeling of gliding down the hill with the wind rushing past her. She nodded eagerly, and Jack helped her onto the sled.

Zooming down the hill together, Lily squealed with delight. The snowy landscape whizzed by, and she felt like she was flying.

After their exhilarating sled ride, Lily's family gathered around a bonfire in their backyard. The crackling fire warmed their faces as they roasted marshmallows.

Lily's dad reached into his pocket and pulled out a guitar. He strummed the strings gently, filling the air with sweet melodies. Lily's mom and brother joined in, singing along, and Lily couldn't resist joining them with her sweet, innocent voice.

As the evening turned into night, Lily's eyelids began to droop. She yawned, feeling the tiredness wash over her. Her mom scooped her up in her arms and carried her inside, tucking her into bed with a soft, warm blanket.

As Lily drifted off to sleep, she couldn't help but feel grateful for the magical day she had experienced. Winter had brought her so much joy and happiness, and she couldn't wait to make more memories in the snowy wonderland.

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Une illustration destinée aux enfants représentant une petite fille émerveillée par la neige, accompagnée de son ami, construisant un immense bonhomme de neige dans un village enchanteur, entouré de montagnes enneigées scintillantes.

What did Lily love about winter?

What did Lily and Emily build?

Who went on a sled ride with Lily?

What did Lily's family do around the bonfire?

Where did Lily's mom tuck her in at the end of the day?

Placed or situated in a cozy or sheltered position
Very cold, with a thin layer of ice or frost
Shining brightly with flashes of light
A sheet, quantity, or thickness of material
A feeling of great enthusiasm or eagerness
Equipment or tools needed for a particular activity
Smiling brightly
Showing a fondness for causing trouble or playing pranks
Moving smoothly and effortlessly
Making one feel very happy, animated, or elated
Making a series of short, sharp noises
Tunes or sequences of musical notes
Drifted off
Gradually fell asleep

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