Grade 2 Reading Lesson 3 Poetry – Sing A Song Of People

Level: Grade 2    Genre:    

How many people are there in this world? Can you guess the number? The world population is seven billion, which means seven followed by nine zeros. It is, indeed, a huge number. Try writing it out in your notebook. And there are three people added every second. Surprising, isn’t it?
Here is one poem that the poet has written for everyone in this world. Read this delightful poem, Sing a Song of People, by Lou Lenski.

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Grade 2 Reading Lesson 15 Fables And Folktales – The Gingerbread Boy

Grade 2 Reading Lesson 15 Fables And Folktales - The Gingerbread Boy

Level: Grade 2    Genre:    

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How fast can you run? Can you run as fast as the gingerbread boy in this story? Why is he called the gingerbread boy? And why is he running? Read about the gingerbread boy.
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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 15 Classics – The Riverbank

Grade 6 Reading Lesson 15 Classics - The Riverbank

Level: Grade 6    Genre:    

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You have friends, don’t you? You play with them, work with them, share with them and help them. In short, you adore them. Friendship is one of the finest gifts that you can possess, and must learn to treasure its value.
This story describes a new friendship between Rat and Mole, and how they enjoy each other’s company. So, read this story, The Riverbank that has been extracted from the novel ‘The Wind in the Williows’ by Kenneth Grahame, with your friend.

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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 1 Mystery – What’s Inside The Box?

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 1 Mystery - What’s Inside The Box?

Level: Grade 3    Genre:    

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One morning, Sam finds a mysterious box in his room. He does not get to open it, because he is too late for his school. All day long, he cannot even concentrate in his classes. His mind seems to wander off to the box. He thinks the box contains chocolates or toys. What do you think is inside the box? Read the story to find out if you have guessed it correct.
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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 16 Essays – My Wood

Grade 9 Reading Lesson 16 Essays - My Wood

Level: Grade 9    Genre:    

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My Wood is a witty essay depicting Edward Morgan Forster’s reaction to the ownership of a small estate he bought with the royalties from a novel he wrote. He cleverly discusses the effects the wood may have on him. Read this essay to find out where Edward Morgan Forster’s mind is heading to, as he watches his property.
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Grade 1 Reading Lesson 12 Fables And Folktales – The Little Red Hen

Grade 1 Reading Lesson 12 Fables And Folktales - The Little Red Hen

Level: Grade 1    Genre:    

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‘Hard work always pays’ is a very popular proverb. Do you know what this means? In this beautiful story ‘The Little Red Hen’, the little red hen knows it already. Let’s see if the red hen can teach that you too.
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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 17 Classics – Kidnapped

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 17 Classics - Kidnapped

Level: Grade 7    Genre:    

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Davie sets off to his uncle’s place to the House of Shaws near Cramond after the death of his father. People on the way dissuade him from his going to the house. They tell him that the house is cursed. Indeed, from far, the house looks creepy and spine-chilling.
Are the people right? Does Davie go to the house? Let us find out together from this story ‘Kidnapped’ by Robert Louis Stevenson.

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