Adivinanza (Riddle)

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October 1, 2008 by WITS Houston

Soy grande como una caja, luminoso como una estrella y amarillo como el sol.

Canto pio pio pio cuando voy a mi casa y te despierto en la mañana.

Mi casa es un nido, vivo en un árbol y me gusta caminar por él.

Me gusta volar por el cielo muy alto, comer maiz y dormir con mi mamá

Quién soy?

Un pájaro.

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translation:

I am big as a box, luminous as a star and yellow like the sun.

I sing pio pio pio when I go to my house, and I wake you up in the morning.

My house is a nest. I live in a tree, and I like to walk in it.

I like to fly in the sky very high, eat corn, and sleep with my mom.

Who am I?

A bird.

by Camila, 2nd Grade

[photo by oliviaolive via flickr]

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