Father's Day
What to Do for Father's Day

What to Do for Father's Day
Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.25

     challenging words:    folding, goofy, keyboard, padded, perfectly, keys, feeling, boring, sounded, tapped, doing, arms, chair, kids, screen, shoulder
     content words:    Make Your Daddy Happy

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What to Do for Father's Day
By Brenda B. and Jasmine M. Covert

1     Jasmine pulled out her chair and sat at her desk. She stared at the white screen in front of her. She needed some ideas.
2     Leo the Cat padded up to Jasmine and said, "Meow."
3     Jasmine reached down and stroked his head. "Good kitty," she said. "I can't play with you now."
4     She looked back at the screen. With her fingers on the keys, she began to type. "How to Make Your Daddy Happy for Father's Day," she tapped out on the keyboard. The tapping of the keys gave her a good feeling. It sounded like she knew what she was doing! As ideas came to her, she typed them out.

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