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Skeletal System
Your Bones

Skeletal System
Skeletal System

Your Bones
Print Your Bones Reading Comprehension with First Grade Work

Print Your Bones Reading Comprehension

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grade 1
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   1.64

     challenging words:    school, costume, longest, skeleton, yogurt, teacher, liked, body, bone, cheese, even, milk, name, protect, puzzle, shape
     content words:    Miss Smith

Other Languages
     French: Tes os
     Spanish: Tus huesos
     Italian: Le tue ossa
     German: Deine Knochen

Your Bones
By Jennifer Kenny

1     Jimmy had fun in school. Jimmy liked his teacher. Her name was Miss Smith.
2     Miss Smith was fun. She came to school in a costume. It was not even Halloween.
3     Why were there bones on her costume? Why did Miss Smith look like a skeleton?
4     Miss Smith asked, "What are big and small?"
5     Miss Smith asked, "What helps you grow tall?"
6     Miss Smith asked, "What gives you your shape?"
7     Jimmy said, "Your bones do."
8     Miss Smith showed Jimmy her costume. Jimmy said, "Your costume has bones!"

Paragraphs 9 to 16:
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