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Cinco de Mayo
Tres Niï¿Żos

Cinco de Mayo
Cinco de Mayo

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

     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¿Żos
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¿Żos (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¿Żata 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.
14     Ana has cuatro (four) pieces of string. She has cinco (five) newspapers.

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