Goldilocks and the Three Bears - Part 1

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You're probably familiar with the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Here's part one of my version. I'll read the beginning two times and then break it into sentences or groups of sentences so you can practice repeating. Have fun!
If you need a translation,
here's the link to DeepL.

Once upon a time there was a little girl named Goldilocks. She had long blonde curly hair, a turned-up nose, a turned-down mouth, and eyes that spelled trouble. She was not a good listener.
One day her mother said, “Goldie, I’m going to visit your grandmother. Please clean your room, make your bed, and finish your homework. Do not leave the house while I’m away!”
“Yes, mama,” replied Goldilocks. She watched her mother pack a basket of treats for grandma, and waved goodbye as her mother walked down the road to town. As soon as her mother was out of sight, Goldilocks went to her bedroom. It was a mess. Her bed wasn’t made and the pillows were on the floor. Toys and dirty clothes were scattered everywhere. She had no idea if she had any homework and she didn’t care. Homework was boring, boring, boring.
“I’m outta here!” she exclaimed, and ran out of the house and down the path to the woods. “While the cat’s away, this mouse will play,” she added, smirking. In fact, her parents had warned her that a family of bears had recently moved into the woods. “You are NOT to go into the woods alone,” her father had told her only a week before. “It’s not safe.” So of course Goldilocks was dying of curiosity and had been waiting for a chance to investigate her new neighbors. With her dad at work and her mom off visiting grandma, there was nobody to stop her.
“La, la, la,” she sang. “I’m off to see the bears, the funny bears in the woods!” She skipped down the path that led to the woods and soon entered the forest. She heard birds singing in the trees and the chittering of squirrels.
1.Once upon a time there was a little girl named Goldilocks.
2.She had long blonde curly hair, a turned-up nose, a turned-down mouth, and eyes that spelled trouble.
3.She was not a good listener.
4.One day her mother said, “Goldie, I’m going to visit your grandmother.
5.Please clean your room, make your bed, and finish your homework.
6.Do not leave the house while I’m away!”
7.“Yes, mama,” replied Goldilocks.
8.She watched her mother pack a basket of treats for grandma, and waved goodbye as her mother walked down the road to town.
9.As soon as her mother was out of sight, Goldilocks went to her bedroom. It was a mess.
10.Her bed wasn’t made and the pillows were on the floor.
11.Toys and dirty clothes were scattered everywhere.
12.She had no idea if she had any homework and she didn’t care.
13.Homework was boring, boring, boring.
14.“I’m outta here!” she exclaimed, and ran out of the house and down the path to the woods.
15.“While the cat’s away, this mouse will play,” she added, smirking.
16.In fact, her parents had warned her that a family of bears had recently moved into the woods.
17.“You are NOT to go into the woods alone,” her father had told her only a week before. “It’s not safe.”
18.So of course Goldilocks was dying of curiosity and had been waiting for a chance to investigate her new neighbors.
19.With her dad at work and her mom off visiting grandma, there was nobody to stop her.
20.“La, la, la,” she sang. “I’m off to see the bears, the funny bears in the woods!”
21.She skipped down the path that led to the woods and soon entered the forest.
22.She heard birds singing in the trees and the chittering of squirrels.

Intro & Outro Music: La Pompe Du Trompe by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.com

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