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Aaron Likes Cars

Cutting Car Papers

Each morning, before Aaron wakes up, his Daddy sets new car papers on the kitchen table.
  
As soon as Aaron gets out of bed, he runs to the kitchen, grabs his scissors, and gets to work.

 

   
"Look, Daddy -- Pontiac Aztek."
  
Aaron names the make and model of each car as he cuts out its picture.  His Daddy reads him the names of any models he doesn't know.

 

  
"All done, Daddy."
 
After he cuts out a picture, Aaron puts it in his car paper box.

 

  
"Look, new car paper!"
 
Sometimes Aaron finds new car papers on his walks with Daddy.

 

  
"Toyota Camry, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Echo."
 
Aaron studies the pictures and says the car names.  Then he cuts out the pictures and puts them in his box.

 

  
What happens when Aaron's car paper box starts to overflow?
 
"Throw these away, Daddy.  It too full!"

 

  
Aaron would much rather cut new car papers than keep old car papers.

 

  

NEXT:  Aaron "prints car papers" using his Daddy's computer.

   


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This page was created on March 12, 2001, and it was last updated on March 3, 2002.