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Milo's Mittens



Milo's Mittens
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     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   1.89

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     challenging words:    woke, earmuffs, snowman, sweatshirt, anywhere, back, bacon, belong, blueberry, bottom, bowl, breakfast, build, clock, closet, drawer


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Milo's Mittens
By KATHLEEN W. REDMAN
  

1     Milo woke up and rubbed his eyes. He looked at his clock. It was seven-thirty in the morning! He jumped out of bed. He put on a tee shirt. He put on pants. He put on shoes and socks.
 
2     Milo ran to the living room. His father was watching the news. He did not look like he was going to work.
 
3     "Dad," Milo said, "where is your tie? Where is your suit? Why aren't you at work?"
 
4     "Look outside," his father said. "You will not be going to school, either."
 
5     Milo ran to the window. It was snowing. There was lots of snow on the ground. Everything was white!
 
6     "Dad, Dad!" Milo shouted. "Let's go outside and build a snowman."
 
7     "Slow down, Milo," his father laughed. "Let's eat breakfast first." Milo and his father went into the kitchen. Something smelled very good.
 
8     "Good morning, Milo," his mother said. "I made some blueberry muffins for breakfast."
 
9     Milo and his parents sat down at the table. Milo ate a bowl of fruit, two muffins, and a piece of bacon.
 
10     "Now can we go outside, Dad?" he asked. Milo was in a hurry to build a snowman.
 
11     "I have to put on some warm clothes," his father said. "And so do you."
 
12     Milo's father followed him up to his room.

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