Grade 4 Reading Lesson 16 Nonfiction – Earthquakes

Grade 4 Reading Lesson 16 Nonfiction - Earthquakes Genre/Topic:

Earthquakes are measured by seismograms on a Richter Scale. In terms of earthquakes which were studied, measured, and recorded on the Richter Scale, however, the Great Chilean Earthquake was far and away the biggest earthquake ever. It measured 9.5 on the Richter Scale. That is a big number because an earthquake of magnitude 7 can […]

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Grade 2 Reading Lesson 25 Nonfiction – Healthy Teeth

Grade 2 Reading Lesson 25 Nonfiction - Healthy Teeth Genre/Topic:

There are 206 bones in your body. Among those 206 bones, which are the hardest ones? Yes, you guessed it right. Teeth are the hardest bones in the human body. If teeth are so hard and strong, then why do they decay and break? Well, it’s because of the germs. How can you  protect your […]

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 19 Nonfiction – The History Of Internet

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 19 Nonfiction - The History Of Internet Genre/Topic:

Although the internet was first used in 1960’s, it was only in the 1970’s that it was first opened for public. Until then, it was only used by the military to share and send secret information. Find out all these and much more about the internet from this chapter.

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 18 Nonfiction – Country Profile – Mexico

Grade 7 Reading Lesson 18 Nonfiction - Country Profile - Mexico Genre/Topic:

The first known convention of Astronomers was held in the Mayan city of Copán, in the year 700 A.D. This means Mexico was interested in science and technology from long ago. Read this profile to know everything about Mexico.

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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 21 Nonfiction – Deserts

Grade 3 Reading Lesson 21 Nonfiction - Deserts Genre/Topic:

The Antarctic Desert is the World’s largest desert. Its area is 13, 830,000 which means that as far as your eyes can stretch, you can see sand, sand and only sand. It doesn’t sound good, does it? Read this chapter on deserts.

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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 24 Nonfiction – Philosopher’s Corner – Socrates

Grade 6 Reading Lesson 24 Nonfiction - Philosopher’s Corner - Socrates Genre/Topic:

There is no accurate picture of Socrates and his philosophical viewpoint. It is because Socrates never wrote his philosophical texts, and whatever we know about him is based entirely on the writings by his students. This is called the Socratic Problem. Let us find out how much the students conveyed about Socrates through their writings.

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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 23 Nonfiction – Country Profile – Greece

Grade 6 Reading Lesson 23 Nonfiction - Country Profile - Greece Genre/Topic:

The world’s third leading producer of olives, Greece has cultivated olive trees since ancient times. Some olive trees planted in the thirteenth century are still producing olives. And you remember olives from the Olympic Games, don’t you? The winners of Olympic races were awarded with olive crowns. Sounds interesting. Read this chapter and know more […]

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Grade 8 Reading Lesson 7 Nonfiction – Philosopher’s Corner – Mahatma Gandhi

Grade 8 Reading Lesson 7 Nonfiction - Philosopher’s Corner - Mahatma Gandhi Genre/Topic:

Why is it that although Mahatma Gandhi was born in India, he is respected throughout the globe? I live in a place which is so far from India and yet, everyone recognizes Mahatma Gandhi. Surely, he must have done some noble deeds to make him so prominent. Read this chapter and find out for yourself.

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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 22 Nonfiction – Whales

Grade 6 Reading Lesson 22 Nonfiction - Whales Genre/Topic:

Although whales are the largest animals on earth, the smallest whale is only about 2.6 m long and is called the dwarf sperm whale. Surprising! I thought all whales are large animals. Read this lesson and find out more about whales.

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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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