Animal Riddles

Animal Riddles "I have wings but I'm not a bird." "I can breathe through a hole in the top of my head." This colorful site provides Who-am-I riddles, the type that have young learners using clues to figure out what kind of animal is being described. Simple language and bright illustrations make this a
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Animal Riddles


"I have wings but I'm not a bird." "I can breathe through a hole in the top of my head." This colorful site provides Who-am-I riddles, the type that have young learners using clues to figure out what kind of animal is being described. Simple language and bright illustrations make this a great site for English language learners.

Jerry Jindrich, Chateau Meddybemps

• Learning Games • Pictures and/or Illustrations


•Elementary School

Judy O'Neill

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