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Spanish: Una divertida búsqueda del tesoro
By Mary Lynn Bushong
1 "Did you get a final total yet, Nicole?" asked Mom.
2 "I think so," said Nicole as she counted the checked-off names on her list. "There are eleven coming, not counting me."
3 "Good," said Mom. "That means we can have six teams of two or four teams of three people. That is a nice-sized group."
4 "How many things should be put on the list?" asked Nicole.
5 "I think twenty-five to thirty items should be plenty. Some should be really easy to find, but a few should be more difficult. Challenging games are the most fun," said Mom. "I think I should make up the list so no one can accuse you of cheating."
6 "I can hardly wait until school is out Friday afternoon," said Nicole.
7 "Having a scavenger hunt party will be a good way to start off the summer," said Mom.
8 Friday finally came. It was just a half day of school, so the partygoers arrived about mid afternoon. Nicole's friends were assembled into groups of three, and then they were given a list of articles to find.
9 "Some of these are too tough," said Sue. "How are we supposed to find a goose feather?"
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