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Easter Hunt


Easter Hunt
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 3 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.89

     challenging words:    eggshell, flower-print, waxed, retorted, behavior, normally, celebration, especially, fell, laying, apologize, against, beneath, base, valuable, bright

Other Languages
     Spanish: Cacería de Pascuas

Easter Hunt
By Beth Beutler

1     The clouds were bright and puffy against an eggshell blue sky. A bed of tulips stretched across the green lawn. Streaks of sunshine burst onto the living room floor. What a beautiful Easter morning!
2     Easter was almost as much fun as Christmas at the Browning household. In fact, it was sometimes more fun. Mr. & Mrs. Browning made sure there was a great air of celebration, with games, baskets, and treats.
3     It was the first day the girls could wear their new spring dresses. They would even wear hats. Normally, they wore school clothes to church. But they were treated to a new dress every Easter. Molly's was pink with lace trim. She had a white straw hat and white leather shoes to match. Her sister Meg wore a flower-print dress with a long skirt. Mrs. Browning always dressed up, too. She curled her hair and wore a little make up. The girls loved to see how Mr. Browning looked at her with love especially when she was all dressed up.
4     "Ready, girls?" Mr. Browning asked. It seemed he enjoyed being the only man in the house!
5     They got into the car, which had been rigorously cleaned on Saturday. Dad had even waxed it.
6     When they arrived at church, the family greeted their many friends, and the kids went off to children's church to be taught values of hope, love, and faith.
7     After the service, the children gathered in the church yard for an egg hunt. The adults had hidden more than 100 plastic eggs. The woman in charge blew a whistle, and the kids were off. Meg and Molly took their egg hunting very seriously.
8     They got so serious that when they found a purple plastic egg at the base of the tree, they both grabbed it at once.

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