The word “Robin” …
The word “Robin” refers to a bird that we look for in the spring. A robin as a bright red breast. I have written several stories that contain the word “robin”. You will find samples of the way I used the word “robin” in some of my stories.
- Merry, Merry Robin – Spot just happened to look into an old crab-apple tree and she saw a robin land in it.
- Everyone is Happy to See Mrs. Robin – “Look Mommy,” said a little girl, pointing at Mrs. Robin. “A robin!”
- Mrs. Robin and the Balsam Poplar Tree – “Hey Steve,” said one of the men, who finally noticed her. “I think that robin is trying to tell us something.”
- Beatrice Bee and Mrs. Robin – “We are hungry,” said the second baby robin.
- Rainy Days in May – “Oh look,” said Poor Mountain Sister, still looking out the window. “There is a robin on the front lawn.”
Words that Rhyme with Robin
Words that Mean the Same as the Word Robin
- bird, red-breasted bird
Words that are Opposite of Robin
- blackbird, crow
Below please find a list of stories on the Storyland website containing the word “Robin”