Beginning Readers: OP words

Reminder: The short “o” sound is in the beginning of the word “Octopus”

Recommendation: An adult or older sibling should read the main parts of the story, pausing to allow the early reader to read the bold words.

Stop the Mop

Bob started to mop.

Bob did not stop.

Stop!” cried Tom.

Stop what?” asked Bob.

Stop the mop!” said Tom.

Drop the mop?” asked Bob.

“Yes,” said Tom.

Bob did drop the mop.

The mop did not go plop, flop or pop.

It went bang.

“Why did I need to stop and drop the mop?” asked Bob.

“I don’t like wet floors,” said Tom.

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Published by M. L. Shochet

Author, Teacher and Devoted Father

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