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Cinco de Mayo
Tres Niï申os

Cinco de Mayo
Cinco de Mayo


Tres Niï申os
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grade 1
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   1.68

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    belly, cuatro, diez, family, nueve, ocho, seis, siete, stirs, strips, tears, tres, Uh-oh, from, agree, also
     content words:    United States, Del Rio

Other Languages
     Spanish: Tres niños


Tres Niï申os
By Kathleen W. Redman
  

1     Miguel, Carlos, and Ana are from Mexico. Their family moved to the United States three years ago. Now they live in Del Rio, Texas.
 
2     Los tres niï申os (the three children) are sitting under a tree. They are making a plan. The plan is for Cinco de Mayo. Cinco de Mayo is only tres (three) days away.
 
3     The children want to make a piï申ata for the Cinco de Mayo fiesta.
 
4     Miguel wants to make a horse.
 
5     Carlos wants to make a pig.
 
6     Ana wants to make a cat.
 
7     They talk and talk and talk. At last, they agree to make a pig. It will be pink. Miguel will paint its face. It will have a big belly. A lot of candy will fit in its belly!
 
8     Carlos goes to find a big balloon.
 
9     Miguel goes to find some paint.
 
10     Ana goes to find some old newspapers and string.
 
11     They put everything on a table.
 
12     Carlos has uno (one) balloon.
 
13     Miguel has dos (two) paint colors. He also has tres (three) paintbrushes.

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