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Aman the Invisible Man

Aman the Invisible Man

Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape looking excited, surrounded by colorful houses and trees
Once upon a time, in a small town, there lived a little boy named Aman. Aman was a bit different from other kids because he was a superhero. He had the amazing power to turn invisible whenever he wanted!
Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape hiding behind a tree, peeking his eyes out mischievously
One sunny day, Aman was playing hide-and-seek with his friends. But there was a problem. His friends could never find him because he was always invisible!
Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape scratching his head, thinking hard with a thought bubble full of ideas
Aman realized that being invisible was not much fun if he couldn't play games with his friends. So, he decided to find a solution to his problem.
Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape sitting at a library table, surrounded by books with a determined expression
He went to the library and borrowed books about problem-solving. Aman read about teamwork and communication.
Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape surrounded by his friends, pointing towards a yellow flower while smiling
Aman learned that instead of hiding, he could give his friends clues about his whereabouts. He started saying things like, 'I'm near something yellow!' or 'Can you hear the birds chirping?' His friends had so much fun following his clues and finding him!
Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape standing with his friends, all smiling and playing together
From that day on, Aman would still turn invisible, but he always made sure to give clues and play together with his friends. They loved solving the mystery of 'Where's Aman?' and he loved being part of the game too!

Reflection Questions

  • How did Aman feel when his friends couldn't find him?
  • What did Aman learn at the library?
  • What did Aman start doing to play games with his friends?

Once upon a time, in a small town, there lived a little boy named Aman. Aman was a bit different from other kids because he was a superhero. He had the amazing power to turn invisible whenever he wanted!

Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape looking excited, surrounded by colorful houses and trees

One sunny day, Aman was playing hide-and-seek with his friends. But there was a problem. His friends could never find him because he was always invisible!

Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape hiding behind a tree, peeking his eyes out mischievously

Aman realized that being invisible was not much fun if he couldn't play games with his friends. So, he decided to find a solution to his problem.

Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape scratching his head, thinking hard with a thought bubble full of ideas

He went to the library and borrowed books about problem-solving. Aman read about teamwork and communication.

Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape sitting at a library table, surrounded by books with a determined expression

Aman learned that instead of hiding, he could give his friends clues about his whereabouts. He started saying things like, 'I'm near something yellow!' or 'Can you hear the birds chirping?' His friends had so much fun following his clues and finding him!

Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape surrounded by his friends, pointing towards a yellow flower while smiling

From that day on, Aman would still turn invisible, but he always made sure to give clues and play together with his friends. They loved solving the mystery of 'Where's Aman?' and he loved being part of the game too!

Aman is a little boy with messy black hair, wearing a red superhero cape standing with his friends, all smiling and playing together

Reflection Questions

  • How did Aman feel when his friends couldn't find him?
  • What did Aman learn at the library?
  • What did Aman start doing to play games with his friends?