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Albero's Kite Adventure

Albero found a kite under his bed. It was red with yellow stars.

Boy with tanned skin, brown eyes, and a bright smile discovers a colorful kite in his bedroom.

He wanted to fly it. Outside, the sun was shining brightly.

Boy with tanned skin, brown eyes, and a bright smile feels eager to fly his kite on a sunny day outside.

He ran to the park, holding the kite. He felt excited.

Boy with tanned skin, brown eyes, and a bright smile heads to the park, filled with anticipation.

The wind picked up. Albero threw the kite into the air.

Boy with tanned skin, brown eyes, and a bright smile attempts to fly the kite as the wind rises.

The kite danced in the sky. Albero laughed and clapped his hands.

The kite soars, and Boy with tanned skin, brown eyes, and a bright smile expresses joy.

A girl watched and asked if she could try. Albero nodded.

A curious girl appears, and Boy with tanned skin, brown eyes, and a bright smile agrees to share his kite.

The girl ran with the kite, but it fell. She looked sad.

Girl with fair skin, green eyes, and short blonde hair struggles to fly the kite, causing her disappointment.

Albero showed her how to toss it to the wind.

Boy with tanned skin, brown eyes, and a bright smile teaches the girl to fly the kite properly.

Together they got the kite up. It soared higher.

Cooperation between Boy with tanned skin, brown eyes, and a bright smile and the girl leads to success.

They both smiled, watching the kite. Albero made a new friend.

Their shared happiness as the kite flies and a new friendship forms.

It was time to go home. They promised to meet again.

Boy with tanned skin, brown eyes, and a bright smile and the girl plan to continue their adventure another day.

Albero walked home, his heart as light as the kite in the sky.

Boy with tanned skin, brown eyes, and a bright smile returns home feeling happy after an adventurous day.

Reflection Questions

  • How did Albero feel when he found the kite and when he decided to share it?
  • Why do you think the girl was sad when she couldn't fly the kite?
  • What does this story teach us about sharing and friendship?

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