Jack & The BeanStalk on Tumble books

Listen to the story and tell me what happens. What was the problem in the story? Who are the Characters in the Story? How does the problem get solved?

3 responses

  1. In the story Jack and his mother need gold. So they tried to sell cow. Jack Jack sold them for magical beans. The magical beans made a bean stalk. Jack climbed it and he found that giants who had gold a hen that laid golden and a beautiful gold harp.
    The problem was giant usually ate little boys. So Jack decides to steal from the giant the gold, the hen and the harp. The giant catches him trying to steal and he chases him down the beanstalk. When the giant climbs he breaks the bean stalk because he is too heavy. We know what happened to to the giant and jacks mother.But we don’t know what happened to the lady?
    Michael Larocca

    September 12, 2008 at 9:59 am

  2. By Anna Martinez
    The story is about jack and the bean stalk. Jack put beans in ground and it grew a tall tall beanstalk. Jack climbed the bean stalk. Jack found the giants castle at the top. The giants lived their that like to eat little boys. The giants had gold. Jack wanted the gold. So he stole the gold. I don’t think it was right to steal. When the giant found he had stolen the gold he went after him saying “Fee Fi Fo Fum I smell the blood of an Englishman!
    But the giant fell of the the beans stalk and died. Jack and his mother had the gold but I still think it was wrong to steal.

    September 12, 2008 at 10:03 am

  3. In the story the magic beans grew a bean stalk. Because his mom threw the magic beans out of the window when Jack sold the cow for them. Jack he climbed the bean stalk he met the giants. The giants have gold and Jack wants gold so he takes it. This makes the giants mad and he chases Jack and he dies. Jack does not climb the bean stalk anymore and him and his mother have the gold.
    By Devonte Wooldrige

    September 12, 2008 at 10:08 am

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