Grade 3 Reading Lesson 21 Nonfiction – Deserts

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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

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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

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

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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

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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

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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 to see if the descriptions match your school.

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Grade 4 Reading Lesson 17 Nonfiction – A Kites Tale

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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 come with their kites that day. As the kites fall one by one, the last kit remaining in the sky is awarded.
Read about the delightful story of a kite now.

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Grade 5 Reading Lesson 21 Nonfiction – The History Of Money

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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 into existence.

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

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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 5 Reading Lesson 20 Nonfiction – Yeti

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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 for this snowman to appear?
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