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Ramona Bambona’s Birthday Party/ La Fiesta de Ramona Bombona

Another great story by Zach Bryant!  Here is the message he sent along with his readings:

Here is a story that I came up with to practice family words, the time and to review. It’s pretty simple, but can be adapted very easily. I hope it is helpful.

Zach

Thanks Zach!!!

El Cumple de Ramona B

The story is here in English.  I love how each level leads to a great story at the end!  Open the document above for the Spanish version!

Version 1           Ramona Bombona’s Birthday

There is a girl.  Her name is Ramona Bombona.  Ramona is going to have a birthday party today at seven in the evening.

In the morning Ramona asks her mother, “Mama, what time is it?  The mother responds, “It’s 8 in the morning.”

Ramona asks her father, “Dad, what time is it?”  Her father responds, It’s eleven in the morning.”

Ramona asks her older sister, “What time is it?”  Her older sister responds, “It’s one in the afternoon.”

Ramona asks her uncle, “What time is it?”  Her uncle responds, “It’s four in the afternoon.”

Ramona asks her cousin, “What time is it?'”  Her cousin responds, “It’s seven at night.  It’s time for your party!”

Ramona is at her party and she is happy.

 

Version 2       Ramona Bombona’s Birthday

There is a girl  that is named Ramona Bombona. Today is Ramona’s birthday.  Ramona is going to have a birthday at 7 in the evening.

In the morning Ramona talks with her mother.  Ramona asks her mother, “Mama, what time is it?  The mother responds, “It’s  time to write to your grandmother. ”  Ramona says to her, “Yes, but What time is it?”  Her mother responds, “It’s 8 in the morning.”

Afterwards, Ramona talks with her father.  “Dad, what time is it?”  Her father responds, “It’s time to go skating!” Ramona says to him, “Yes, but What time is it?”  Her father responds, “It’s eleven in the morning.”

Later, Ramona talks with her older sister.   “What time is it?”  Her older sister responds, “It’s time to go shopping!” Ramona says to her, “Yes, but What time is it?”   Her older sister responds, “It’s one in the afternoon.”

Then, Ramona talks with her uncle, “What time is it?”  Her uncle responds, “It’s time to swim.”  Ramona says to him, “Yes, but What time is it?”   Her uncle responds, ‘ It’s four in the afternoon.”

Finally, Ramona talks with her cousin, “What time is it?'”  Her cousin responds, “It’s time to sing!” Ramona says to her, “Yes, but What time is it?”  Her cousin responds, “It’s seven at night.  We’re going to sing Happy Birthday!”

Ramona is at her birthday party and she is very, very happy.

Version 3       Ramona Bombona’s Birthday

There is a girl  that is named Ramona Bombona. Today is Ramona’s birthday.  Ramona is going to have a birthday party today at seven in the evening.  Ramona wants to eat potatoes on her birthday.   She wants to eat a lot of potatoes at her birthday party.  She wants to eat fifty seven potatoes at the party.

In the morning Ramona talks with her mother.  Ramona asks her mother, “Mama, what time is it?  The mother responds, “It’s  time to write to your grandmother. ”  Ramona says to her, “Yes, but What time is it?”  Her mother responds, “It’s 8 in the morning.”

Afterwards, Ramona talks with her father.  “Dad, what time is it?”  Her father responds, “It’s time to go skating!  Skating is very fun! ” Ramona says to him, “Yes, but What time is it?”  Her father responds, “It’s eleven in the morning.”

Later, Ramona talks with her older sister.   “What time is it?”  Her older sister responds, “It’s time to go shopping!  I’m going to buy thirty three t-shirts and twenty new dresses. ” Ramona says to her, “Yes, but What time is it?”   Her older sister responds, “It’s one in the afternoon.”

Then, Ramona talks with her uncle, “What time is it?”  Her uncle responds, “It’s time to swim.  It’s really hot.”  Ramona says to him, “Yes, but What time is it?”   Her uncle responds, ‘ It’s four in the afternoon.”

Finally, Ramona talks with her cousin, “What time is it?'”  Her cousin responds, “It’s time to sing! I really like to sing. ” Ramona says to her, “Yes, but What time is it?”  Her cousin responds, “It’s seven at night.  We’re going to sing Happy Birthday because it’s time for your party!”

Ramona eats a lot of potatoes at her birthday party and she is very, very happy.

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