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  • Writer's pictureJoyce Slater

A puzzle just for you!

Once there was a crow who had grown so thirsty he could barely caw. He flew down to a big pitcher where he had gotten a drink of water the day before, but there was only a little bit of water remaining at the bottom.


He tried and tried to reach it with his beak, but the pitcher was too deep and his beak was too short.


But just as he was about to give up, he knew what to do. He flew back and forth from the garden to the pitcher until he was able to drink easily from the pitcher while sitting on its edge.


What did the crow do?

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