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Invertebrates
Invertebrates

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Animal Themes


Invertebrates
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.61

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    backbone, Inverte, invertebrate, lobster, squishy, cricket, slimy, word, leaned, kindly, school, teach, easy, remember, happily, sure

Other Languages
     Spanish: Invertebrados


Invertebrates
By Kimberly Courtright
  

1     "I learned a new word at school today," said Julie.
 
2     "What?" asked Sammy.
 
3     "Invertebrate!" shouted Julie.
 
4     "Inverte. . . what?" asked Sammy.
 
5     "Invertebrate!" shouted Julie.
 
6     "I have never heard that word before. What does it mean?" Sammy asked.
 
7     "An invertebrate is an animal without a backbone," said Julie.
 
8     "Really? So what does that mean?" asked Sammy.
 
9     "Let me show you," said Julie. "If you lean over and touch the middle of your back, you can feel a row of bones in your back. That's your backbone."

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