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Blame Someone Else Day
|edHelper's suggested reading level:||grades 2 to 3|
|Flesch-Kincaid grade level:||1.44|
"It's Your Fault!"
By Brenda B. Covert
1 Tate and Max were friends. They liked to play games. On rainy days, they played board games and video games. Sometimes they played tag and hide-and-seek. Tate's mother did not like it when they played those games in the house. It was so hard to slow down and walk! Tate and Max were always in a hurry. Running was more fun!
2 "If you run in the house, something or someone will get hurt," Tate's mother always said.
3 One day as they hurried from Tate's bedroom to the back yard, someone bumped a table. It was a small, round table. It held a set of angels and a small lamp. One of the angels fell to the floor. The boys heard an awful sound. It was the breaking sound that no child likes to hear.
4 "Oh no!" Tate said, bending down. "Look what you did!" He held up the angel. One wing had broken off.
5 "I didn't do that!" Max said. He sounded upset. "You bumped the table. It's your fault!"
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English Reading Comprehension: "It's Your Fault!"
French Reading Comprehension: C'est ta faute!
Spanish Reading Comprehension: ¡Es tu Culpa!
Italian Reading Comprehension: "E'colpa tua!"
German Reading Comprehension: „Es ist deine Schuld!"
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