Hello, my name is Foxy Fox
and I live in big forest. I love to drink milk,
because milk makes me grown up and it helps my
bones and teeth to be strong. I need strong bones
so I can run quicker than every other animal in
this forest. And with strong teeth, I can eat my
favorite meal. Every day. But why is milk so
important for me? In milk is a lot of calcium.
Without calcium, my body can’t build my teeth
and bones. That is why I started drinking milk
when I was a little baby fox. And now, when I’m
a grownup, I still drink milk so my bones can
stay healthy. Oh look, there is Rabbi Rabbit. “Hi
Rabbi!”, I said. “Hi Foxy! Do you want some
of my soda?”, he asked me. “No, thank you.
Soda is bad for your body. The sugar in your soda
can lead to tooth decay and there is no calcium
in it, too”, I explained. “I think, we should
better go to Milky Cow and ask her for some milk.
What do you think?” “Does milk really matters?”,
Rabbi asked. “Oh yes, it does. Kids, can you
explain Rabbi why milk matters?”, Foxy asked.
“Oh, now I see. So, if I drink milk every day,
I have strong bones and good teeth. But where can
I find some milk?”, Rabbi wondered. “Let’s
go to Milky Cow and ask her for some milk”,
Foxy answered. Together they went to Milky.“Milky?
Are you at home?”, Foxy asked. But nobody
answered. “I think she is at the softball field.
Today is the big game”, Rabbi explained. So
Foxy and Rabbi went to the softball field
together. And they were right. They found Milky
at the Softball field. They went to her. “Milky,
can we have some milk of yours? We want strong
bones. Can we?”, Rabbi asked before Foxy can
say something. “Sure”, Milky answered. ”And
how about some exercise? You can play softball
with us. If you have enough exercise, your bones
will be healthy enough, too. In fact, every child
should to 30 minutes of exercise everyday to make
there bones healthy.” “That is so awesome.
Let’s play ball with all our friends. And you?
You better go and play with our friends, too.
Start today and make your bones healthy for
tomorrow”, Rabbi, Foxy and Milky said to you.
Then they went to the softball field to play some
ball. And don’t forget: