I don't have an exact circumstance for this one. Let's go with the Jean Grey School having a kindergarten program - or whatever works on your end to excuse this situation.
1 - A number of young mutants (aged 4 or 5) are playing in a park. Most of them are having a grand old time, playing tag, hide and seek, with bubbles, or what-have-you. However, one young girl sits on the ground, looking sullen and downcast. A kite sits next to her. There's some adults supervising, including Storm, who is walking towards the girl.
2 - Storm has walked up to the girl. Storm hunches down, hands on her knees, bringing herself closer to the child. The kid doesn't really look up; Storm looks optimistic and hopeful she can turn the kid's mood around.
STORM: What's the matter?
3 - The girl looks up and responds. She's still pretty downcast. Storm reacts with quiet surprise and interest.
GIRL: My kite doesn't work.
GIRL: It won't fly.
4 - The girl's expression suddenly has a spark of optimism. She has a sparkle in her eye as a thought occurs to her. Storm smiles back, picking up the kite.
GIRL: ...could you help me with that?
STORM: I'd be happy to.
5 - Storm and the girl hold hands / the kite string. They run together with the kite behind them, just like anyone else would. They both wear big smiles on their faces.
CAPTION (STORM): Let's do it together.