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Winging It!

Come Out, Come Out Where Ever You Are!

My parrot, ____________(name), was trying to tell me something. He squawked and __________(verb)  his wings. Then he ran up his ______________(noun) and __________ (verb) the bell of his favorite ____________(adjective) toy. I was in my room ________________(verb), so I couldn't pick him up right away. But he didn't want to wait. He __________________(adverb) screeched until the whole house shook.

I opened the door to the birdroom, but __________________(name)  wasn't in his _____________(adjective) ____________(noun). I looked under the ___________(noun) and in the ________(adjective) ____________ (noun) but he was no where to be found. I repeated his favorite phrase: “_________________________” but he was __________ (verb). I ran to the ______________(noun) to get _______________(noun), which is his favorite treat. “Come out, come out where ever you are,” I said. And then I saw his ________________ (noun). He was hiding behind the ______________(adjective) ___________(noun). I looked at my _____________ (noun) and realized that I was late for our ____________(adjective)  play date. No wonder he was trying to get my attention! I picked him up and placed him on his _____________________(noun). We played _________________(noun) for an hour and then I had to leave to catch the bus to ______________(noun).

 

Food Fun

My parrot loves to eat. She especially loves ____________________(noun) and will even help herself to some ________________ (adjective) ______________________(noun) off of my dinner plate when I'm not looking. One day, she opened my lunch _______________(noun)  and took a big bite of my ___________________(noun). I need to be careful about what she eats, because she once tried to eat ______________________(noun), which would give her ___________ (adjective) ache. I feed her __________ (noun) __________(adjective) a day and make sure I clean out her __________________ when I wake up and before I go to bed. She loves to taunt our pet, ___________________(noun), with her food. She especially likes to __________ (verb) ________________(noun) right on top of his head. He _____________(adverb) _____________(verb) away. She __________________(verb) and then says, “___________________________(silly phrase).”


Fly Away

We have a ____________________(adjective) ____________ (noun) named _______________. We didn't notice that her _______________________(noun) grew out. One day she flew away when I ___________________(adverb) left the ______________ (noun) open. What a scare that gave us! We _________________(verb) the entire _____________(geographical location), but she was no where in sight. I made some _______________(noun) and posted them on every _______________(noun). I asked all my _________________(noun)  if they had seen her, but no one did.  I whistled, “_________________________,” her favorite song. I heard a ________________(adjective) ________________(noun) and knew it was my bird. It was getting dark, so I grabbed a ___________________ (noun) from the drawer and shined it on the tallest ______________ (noun) on my street. A shadow _________________(adverb) flew by. It was _________________(noun)! I ________________(adverb) until ________________(name) landed on my ________________(noun). “I am so glad you ___________ (verb) home!” I exclaimed.

 

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My parrot, Moby, was trying to tell me something. He squawked and streched his wings. Then he ran up his cage and banged the bell of his favorite destruction toy. I was in my room eating, so I couldn't pick him up right away. But he didn't want to wait. He yelled and screeched until the whole house shook.

I opened the door to the birdroom, but Moby wasn't in his colourful cage. I looked under the table and in the beautiful antique chair but he was no where to be found. I repeated his favorite phrase: “You're a pretty bird” but he was gone. I ran to the kitchen to get candied millet, which is his favorite treat. “Come out, come out where ever you are,” I said. And then I saw his tail). He was hiding behind the yellow curtains. I looked at my compass and realized that I was late for our parrot play date. No wonder he was trying to get my attention! I picked him up and placed him on his perch. We played fetch for an hour and then I had to leave to catch the bus to school.
Sonja, International
Posted: 10/17/2013 4:03:50 PM
Very fun...! I I Love It...!
Maya, St. Augustine, FL
Posted: 1/29/2013 11:26:04 AM
My parrot, Moon was trying to tell me something. He squawked and swim his wings. Then he ran up his popcorn and watched the bell of his favorite rainbowy toy. I was in my room computing, so I couldn’t pick him up right away. But he didn’t want to wait. He sweetly screeched until the whole house shook. I opened the door to the birdroom, but Moon wasn’t in his Egyption Pyramid. I looked under the Nancy Drew Game and in the adorabubble Antivirus but he was no where to be found. I repeated his favorite phrase: “Da da da da da circus! Da da da da da afro! Circus! Afro! Circus! Polka Dot! Polka Dot! Polka Dot! Afro!” but he was fly. I ran to the radio to get pencil which is his favorite treat. “Da da da da da circus! Da da da da da afro! Circus! Afro! Circus! Polka Dot! Polka Dot! Polka Dot! Afro!” I said. And then I saw his leaf. He was hiding behind the random movies. I looked at my zebra and realized that I was late for our ancient play date. No wonder he was trying to get my attention! I picked him up and placed him on his afro. We played concrete for an hour and then I had to leave to catch the bus to picture.





My parrot loves to eat. She especially loves Pi and will even help herself to some random texting off of my dinner plate when I’m not looking. One day, she opened my lunch laptop and took a big bite of my keyboard. I need to be careful about what she eats, because she once tried to eat food, which would give her fun ache. I feed her Greece 23456765434578876456787654345787653445678756434567- 8765456789 times a day and make sure I clean out her cute when I wake up and before I go to bed. She loves to taunt our pet, Blondie, with her food. She especially likes to jog Annika right on top of his head. He always tangos away. She laughs and then says, “Da da da da da circus! Da da da da da afro! Circus! Afro! Circus! Polka Dot! Polka Dot! Polka Dot! Afro!”



We have a fluffy bunny named 3.1415926535. We didn’t notice that her wings grew out. One day she flew away when I boredly left the pen open. What a scare that gave us! We jogged the entire Egypt, but she was no where in sight. I made some calculator and posted them on every desk. I asked all my candle if they had seen her, but no one did. I whistled, “Da da da da da circus! Da da da da da afro! Circus! Afro! Circus! Polka Dot! Polka Dot! Polka Dot! Afro!” her favorite song. I heard a crazed book and knew it was my bird. It was getting dark, so I grabbed a deluminator from the drawer and shined it on the tallest tree on my street. A shadow nicley flew by. It was antidiseatablishmenternism! I danced until Harry landed on my house “I am so glad you randomed home!” I exclaimed.
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Posted: 6/13/2012 5:19:51 PM
Funny bird libs are great
Jeanne, Campbell, CA
Posted: 5/20/2012 10:15:41 PM
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