Listen to the story at least 2 times. In the space below, discuss how a repeated word or phrase grows the problem, lesson, or theme. Example: Harry didn't like to take a bath. That was the primary problem. When Harry got dirtier and dirtier and dirtier another problem grew -- his family didn't recognize him and almost turned him away. So Harry had to make a choice about something he didn't like to do...take a bath or not take a bath. I think the lesson from this is that sometimes we need to do things even if we don't like to, either because it's good for us, it's helpful, or it's just the right thing to do. It reminds me of the saying, "Sometimes doing the right thing, is doing the hard thing."
Listen to the story at least 2 times. In the space below, discuss how the repeated phrase, "What's a memory?" develops an important lesson.