Who am I?

A couple of weeks ago I read “Qui suis-je?” (Who am I?) to my class – a story that is written as a riddle. Clues are given about the sea animal and keep the children guessing until the last page. We enjoyed the Read Aloud and afterwards I asked the children to write their own riddle. Today I would like to share some of my favourites with you:

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I can smell this object. You find me outside. I like this object. Who am I? I am a flower.
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I like to run. I have many dots. I am an animal. Who am I? I am a cheetah.
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I have four paws and I am cute. I can see in the night. My colours are black and white. I am an animal who likes people. Who am I? I am a cat.
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I am orange and brown. I have four legs. I have a long neck. Who am I? I am a giraffe.
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I am black and white. I live in the Antartic. I can walk on ice. Who am I? I am a penguin.
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I am black. I am cold. I am silent. Who am I? I am the night.

Before putting the riddles up on the bulletin board, the class and I sat in a circle while each child had a turn to read their riddle. We had fun guessing the answer.

Which riddle is your favourite?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2015

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