This is another acrostic exercise to find the beginning of a story.
G: Give me a dime.
E: Early in history, man needed fire to keep warm.
N: Never poke a gorilla in the eye.
E: Eagles can play sports.
R: Run quickly to the refrigerator to find a snack for me, please.
A: Arlo found three potato chips and ate them.
L: Little Louis liked limericks.
I: Inside my mind are many wonderful ideas.
Z: “Z” wanted to be the first letter, but “A” wouldn’t allow it.
A: A bird in your hand will eat the seed when it is ready.
T: Turtles are known for being very turtle like.
I: Invisible waves bounced off of my ear drums.
O: One time I knew more than I have forgotten.
N: Noodle things, Oh how I love noodle things, yes indeed I love noodle things.