Grade 3 Reading Lesson 23 Nonfiction – I’m A Cheetah

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 23 Nonfiction - I’m A Cheetah Genre/Topic:

Cheetahs are spotted. Do you know why? The colour and the spots help them to mix with the surroundings. They are difficult to spot and it becomes easier for them to hunt. We say, they adapt to the surroundings. In this chapter, you will read about the cheetah.

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 12 Biographies – Shakespeare

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 12 Biographies - Shakespeare Genre/Topic:

William Shakespeare is often called England’s national poet and the “Bard of Avon”. It is all his writings that took him to such great heights. Go through this lesson to find out what his life was like and what inspired him to write.

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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 2 Classics – The Wuthering Heights

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 2 Classics - The Wuthering Heights Genre/Topic:

Mr. Earnshaw returns home after his trip from Liverpool. As the children rush to greet him, they are expecting treasures from the splendid city. Instead, they see a shabby child at their doorstep. There are no gifts, just a dirty stranger at their house. Their hearts sink. How do the children react? Who is the […]

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Grade 1 Reading Lesson 4 Poetry – To The Farm

Grade 1 Reading Lesson 4 Poetry - To The Farm Genre/Topic:

Have you ever been to a farm? Well, I have. And how much I enjoyed! I chased the ducklings all over the farm, and rode on horses. I fed the cows and collected the eggs. I watched the donkeys work and the fishes swim. Have you been to a farm? Has the poet been to […]

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Grade 1 Reading Lesson 10 Fables And Folktales – The Hare And The Tortoise

Grade 1 Reading Lesson 10 Fables And Folktales - The Hare And The Tortoise Genre/Topic:

A hare and a tortoise take part in a race. A hare is many times faster than a tortoise. But will he win the race? Most probably yes, but we will find that out only after reading this beautiful story.

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Grade 2 Reading Lesson 4 Poetry – Tall Trees

Grade 2 Reading Lesson 4 Poetry - Tall Trees Genre/Topic:

The age of trees can be determined by the number of circles or bands that are seen on the trunk when it is cut. How many circles, do you think, that the world’s oldest tree has? The world’s oldest tree is 350 million years old. The tree must be really tall and really wide. Read […]

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 20 Nonfiction – Yeti

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 20 Nonfiction - Yeti Genre/Topic:

Just like the Big Foot of the United States, no one has ever seen the Yeti. There are rumours of the Yeti in the Himalayas and about its terrifying appearance. But no one has been able to prove its existence. What should we do then? Should we still believe in the local stories and wait […]

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 13 Biographies – Isaac Newton

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 13 Biographies - Isaac Newton Genre/Topic:

Isaac Newton wasn’t expected to survive as he was born prematurely. It is said that he was so small when he was born that he could have fit inside a quart mug. Even then, he grew up to become one of the most prominent figures in the history of science. Read about how his life […]

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 9 Mystery – Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure Of The Crooked Man

Grade 5 Reading Lesson 9 Mystery - Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure Of The Crooked Man Genre/Topic:

Colonel Barclay is found dead one evening. Only his wife was present with the colonel with him when he died. I think that the wife is the murderer, but does Sherlock Holmes think the same? Let’s find out by reading this mystery, The Adventure of the Crooked Man, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 17 Poetry – The Tyger

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 17 Poetry - The Tyger Genre/Topic:

The poet William Blake believes in the conventional idea that nature, like a work of art, must in some way contain a reflection of its creator. The tiger is strikingly beautiful yet also horrific in its capacity for violence. That is what William Blake ponders upon, and you will read about what  he thinks of […]

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