(xylophone music) – [Narrator] Turn & Learn ABCs. Word Families. O-O-M, -oom. Let’s get started. I can just see the edge of something here. (audience booing) Hmm, nothing there. Oh, that’s looks like a wall and a floor. Is that a bed? Oh, I think I know what this is. – [Audience] Room. – [Narrator] R-O-O-M, room. (squeaking) Let’s try another one. (audience booing) I don’t see anything yet. (audience booing) Nothing there either. (audience booing) This one is tricky. (audience booing) What could it be? There is something. It looks like two feet. It must be a person. – [Audience] Groom. – [Narrator] G-R-O-O-M, groom. (wedding music) All right, last one. (audience booing) Nothing yet. I see something yellow. (audience booing) Nothing there. (audience booing) Nothing there either. It must not be very big. Oh, that looks like a wooden handle. I think I know now! – [Audience] Broom. – [Narrator] B-R-O-O-M, broom. (sweeping) Can you remember all of the
words that we discovered in the O-O-M word family? Room, groom, and broom. You did great! Bye for now.