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Voy a dibujar un mundo - Resources for your Spanish Classroom

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Apr 27




Use Poetry to teach sequence, summarizaton, personal narrative, and expository writing.


Voy a dibujar un mundo,

Tan pequeño,

Tan pequeño

Que sólo me quepan tres:

Un niño,

Una niña

Y un pez.


Si se quiebra y desbarata

Lo intertaré otra vez:

Un niño.

Una niña

Y un pez.





Sí, poesía Sí, Poesía   Gloria Sánchez    

Ilustraciones de Patricia Castelao


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