Grade 1 Reading Lesson 7 Poetry – Fuzzy Wuzzy, Creepy Crawly

Grade 1 Reading Lesson 7 Poetry - Fuzzy Wuzzy, Creepy Crawly Genre/Topic:

Just like we change from a baby into an adult and to an old person, butterflies do have their own life cycle. But it is slightly different. They start from eggs, and change to caterpillars. Then, they enter a stage called chrysalis. Finally, they change to the beautiful butterflies that we love. This poem is […]

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Grade 1 Reading Lesson 18 Nonfiction – My School

Grade 1 Reading Lesson 18 Nonfiction - My School Genre/Topic:

In the past, only a few people went to school. There were no school buildings. Teachers sat under a tree and taught, while the students gathered around him and listened. Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? I wonder what the students then would describe their school like. In this chapter, a boy describes his school. Make sure […]

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Grade 4 Reading Lesson 17 Nonfiction – A Kites Tale

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 17 Nonfiction - A Kites Tale Genre/Topic:

There’s a festival called Dashain that’s celebrated in Nepal. It lasts for fifteen days, and the excitement about this festival is that everyone flies their kites. There are hundreds of kites in the sky, and everyone is busy fighting their kites. In the Afghanistan, kite fighting is celebrated each year. People from almost every household […]

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Grade 2 Reading Lesson 7 Poetry – Seasons Are Fun

Grade 2 Reading Lesson 7 Poetry - Seasons Are Fun Genre/Topic:

My favorite season is the winter season. Though I am not allowed to have ice creams, I love the winter because of snowfall. I love watching the snow flakes fall gently down onto the ground. Later, we fight with snowballs. We also make a snowman. Winter is so much fun. And during the evenings, I […]

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 4 Fantasy – The Chocolate Room

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 4 Fantasy - The Chocolate Room Genre/Topic:

Chocolates.. deep brown and milky, ones that melt in your mouth as soon as you put it in your mouth..one that tastes of raisins and nuts, and chocolates itself..I bet your mouth is already watering. We all love chocolates, don’t we? So does Charlie, a boy from a pitiable family. He wins a lottery ticket […]

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 21 Nonfiction – The History Of Money

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 21 Nonfiction - The History Of Money Genre/Topic:

Long ago, money was not used. It was salt, shells, or seeds that people traded with. Nowadays, we use paper money and coins, can you think of something that is most likely replace paper money and coins in the future? Here, you will read about how money, one of the most needed things today, came […]

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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 13 Classics – Arrival In Lilliput

Grade 6 Reading Lesson 13 Classics - Arrival In Lilliput Genre/Topic:

You are sailing in one of the finest ships ever. But suddenly, there is a storm and the you are shipwrecked. You land in some unknown island and you do not know your way back home. What does this fell like? It sure is a nightmare for everyone. But to the doctor Lemeul Gulliver, this […]

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 12 Fables And Folktales – Ananse, The Spider

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 12 Fables And Folktales - Ananse, The Spider Genre/Topic:

A tiger is the king of this jungle. And this time, the king wants Ananse, the spider to bring a snake to him. Ananse is smart, but a snake is many, many times bigger than a spider. Will Ananse be able to do it?

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Grade 1 Reading Lesson 17 Mythology – Ulysses And Cyclops

Grade 1 Reading Lesson 17 Mythology - Ulysses And Cyclops Genre/Topic:

Ulysses, the king loses his way home. After many days, he and his soldiers come to an unknown island. Is the island safe? Will the king reach home safe and sound? We will have to read this story ‘Ulysses and Cyclopes’ and find it out.

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 6 Poetry – The Country Child And The Town Child

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 6 Poetry - The Country Child And The Town Child Genre/Topic:

Have you ever lived in the country? What does it feel like: peaceful or lonely? And have you lived in the city too? Do you love the city? Do you love the honking of cars and the traffic jams that the poet, Irene Thompson, talks about?

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