(xylophone music) – [Narrator] Turn & Learn ABCs. Word Families. A-D, -ad. Let’s get started. Hmm, what could that be? Oh, I see two hands and arms. Those are legs. Two eyes. This is a person. And two feet. What kind of person is it? – [Audience] Dad. – [Narrator] D-A-D, dad. (footfalls) Let’s try again. Hmm, something rounded. I’m not sure. Oh, that’s the number one. Uh-oh, this person doesn’t look happy. – [Audience] Sad. – [Narrator] S-A-D, sad. (sniffling) Let’s do one more. Could that be a smile? I see an eye. Yep, this is definitely a face. This face isn’t sad. I know what it is. – [Audience] Glad. – [Narrator] G-L-A-D, glad. (laughing) Can you remember all the
words that we discovered in the A-D word family? Dad, sad, and glad. Nice job. Bye for now.