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Omni was a very intelligent boy. He did all his homework on time and scored high marks on his tests. His teachers loved him. Yet his mother, was very upset. Omni spent all his time doing schoolwork or playing outside with his friends. He would never clean up his room or help his mother with chores around the house.
"Omni, come inside and clean your room up before dinner," his mother would call out. "Oh mom, let me have fun," Omni would answer. So it went on. His mother was at her wit's end. So she decided to call upon Mrs. KindFairy to help her teach Omni how to take his responsibilities seriously.
Mrs. KindFairy waved her wand and said the magic word "Adadadoodi Skippadoodi." In the blink of an eyelid she became a tiny worm. Now Omni loved all kinds of worms. Whenever he came across one, he would pick it up and bring it home. So when he saw this new worm, he picked it up. "Hello Omni," said the little worm. "Oh, a talking worm! What fun," cried Omni, "Can you do other neat things as well?" "Sure, I can finish your chores, so you don't get into trouble with your mom," replied his new friend. Omni couldn't believe his luck. "Ok, I want you to fold all my clothes and put them in the drawers," said Omni.
Then Mrs.KindFairy got Omni to do the chores himself while thinking that it was the worm who was doing it for him.
Mrs.KindFairy mesmorised Omni and Omni forgot himself and he did what the fairy told him to do. After he recovered from the spell he saw that the house was clean and so every one praised him. From this he realized that it is always good to be clean and keep things neat and organized. So Omni became a good boy.
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She made the room as messy as possible. She helped a little to clean up the mess. When Omni thought that the work was done he quickly ran in his room and looked to see if it is neat or not. When he saw the mess he quickly let it off. He quickly cleaned the room and told his mother that he had cleaned the room. When his mother stepped in the room she scolded Omni that it was not very neat yet. He got this lesson that he should not be lazy.
The worm made the mom like the boy and the boy like the mom. So the boy would get used to cleaning,so he would clean when she turned him back.
Actually she wasn't helping her mom, she was helping Omni.
The little worm did a spell on omni and omni started cleaning. His mother was suprised and gave omni a gift.
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