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     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.98

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     challenging words:    accuracy, centermost, balls, goal, opposite, center, arena, button, handle, stone, team, dart, also, another, direction, toward


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Curling
By Mary Perrin
  

1     Curling is played on ice. Curling is a game of accuracy. The goal is to be the team that scores the most points. Points are earned by getting your team's stones closest to the center of the target. The target is on the opposite side of the arena. The target looks like the center of a dart board. It is painted on the ice. In the centermost part of the target is a white circle. This white circle is also called the "button." There are twenty curling teams in the Olympics. The teams are divided evenly. Half are men's teams. Half are women's teams. In each tournament two teams compete at a time. Each team has four players. Each player has two stones to throw. They don't really throw them. They slide them across the ice. The stones look like flattened balls. Each stone .....
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