Hiding bob

Peek into "Hiding Bob," where hide and seek turns into a playful adventure in English learning. Join the fun with this short story by Studycat.

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About the Hiding bob story

In today’s playful tale, Bob and Ali dive into a game of hide and seek, with Kitty adding a twist of fun. As Bob searches for the perfect hiding spot, he realizes that finding a place to hide is an adventure in itself. This story is ideal for young learners to practice English, focusing on prepositions, counting, and the delightful surprises of playing with friends.

Let’s join Bob on his sneaky adventure and discover all the hiding spots he considers!

Hiding bob

Narrator: Bob and Ali are playing hide and seek.

Narrator: Ali counts.

Narrator: Kitty helps Bob.

Ali: 1 2 3 4 5

Narrator: Bob sees a door.

Narrator: Bob hides behind the door.

Kitty: Hi Bob.

Narrator: Bob is in a classroom.

Narrator: Bob hides under the desk.

Kitty: Hi Bob.

Narrator: Bob sees a blackboard.

Narrator: Bob hides behind the blackboard.

Kitty: Hi Bob.

Narrator: Bob sees a bookcase.

Narrator: Bob hides next to the bookcase.

Kitty: Hi Bob.

Narrator: Bob sees a chair.

Narrator: Ali is sleeping under the chair.

English practice exercises

After joining Bob and Kitty in their hide-and-seek game, here are some playful exercises to help young learners practice their English and engage with the story.

Vocabulary match-up

Match the story words with their meanings: a. door b. desk c. blackboard d. bookcase e. chair

  1. A piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs, used for writing, reading, or working
  2. A piece of furniture with shelves for storing books
  3. A large board in a classroom on which the teacher writes or sticks pictures
  4. A piece of furniture designed to accommodate one sitting or resting person
  5. An opening in a wall or structure that usually contains a glass window or a way to enter or leave a building or room

Comprehension questions

  1. What game are Bob and Ali playing?
    • a) Tag
    • b) Hide and seek
    • c) Soccer
  2. Where does Bob first try to hide?
    • a) Behind the door
    • b) Under the desk
    • c) Behind the blackboard
  3. Where is Ali found sleeping?
    • a) Under the desk
    • b) Behind the blackboard
    • c) Under the chair

Answers:

Vocabulary Match-Up: a. 5, b. 1, c. 3, d. 2, e. 4 Comprehension Questions: 1. b, 2. a, 3. c

This charming story not only brings the excitement of hide and seek to life but also introduces young learners to new vocabulary and concepts in a fun, engaging way. It’s a reminder that sometimes, the best hiding spot is right under our noses—or in this case, under the chair!

Until we uncover our next adventure, keep playing and learning with all the wonderful words and stories the world has to offer!

Hiding bob