Children's Storybook Read Aloud
Join Aliza, Mira, and Matt as they read, "I Really Like Slop!" by Mo Willems. Notice how Aliza and Mira have lots of fun reading the book. Matt engages Aliza and Mira by slowing down, asking questions, and letting them read along with him.
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[00:00:08.210]Hi, I'm Matt.
[00:00:09.653]What's your name?
[00:00:11.529]And what's your name?
[00:00:13.320]And do you like slop?
[00:00:16.615]I like slop.
[00:00:17.620]Do you like slop?
[00:00:20.195]We're going to read, "I Really Like Slop," by Mo Willems.
[00:00:24.020]Wanna read with me?
[00:00:27.424]♪ La, la, la ♪
[00:00:37.750]What is that?
[00:00:39.720]This is slop.
[00:00:46.272]Yummy, yummy slop.
[00:00:52.560]You eat that?
[00:01:00.377]Sure, I eat this.
[00:01:03.100]Pigs really, really, really, really, really, like slop.
[00:01:13.040]Eating slop is part of pig culture.
[00:01:21.170]Should it smell like that?
[00:01:26.570]Pa pa pa, yes.
[00:01:31.640]What about all those flies?
[00:01:36.340]The flies are how you know it is ripe.
[00:01:42.930]Do you want to try my slop?
[00:01:46.790]Do I want to try your slop?
[00:01:49.802]What does ripe mean?
[00:01:52.930]What does ripe mean?
[00:01:56.102]Ripe, means it's ready to eat.
[00:02:07.700]But I am glad I tried it.
[00:02:10.560]But there's been no spill?
[00:02:14.920]Because I really like you.
[00:02:25.873]Don't push it Bub.
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