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By Amy Hurley Tryon Elementary School 4 th Grade
Directions : Read the clue to make a new word. Put all the new words together to find the riddle. Solve the riddle to find the prize.
For the first one to finish, there awaits a prize if you use your head!!
The last 1/3 of hat +the first 2/5 of heavy.
The first 2/4 of mist + the last 3/5 of silky.
The first 1/5 of wheat + the last 2/3 of pay.
The last 1/4 of kiwi + the first 1/5 of sport.
the first 2/5 of Lynda. The first 3/5 of dirty + the last 3/7 of perfect +
The first 3/4 of bent + the last 4/6 of breath.
The first 2/6 of Thomas + the first 1/8 of Endicott.
The first 3/5 of sound + the last 2/9 of Aylsworth.
The first 2/8 of positive + the first 2/3 of leg.
Now, put all of your clues together and solve your riddle.
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