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Dinosaurs
Dino Sore

Dinosaurs
Dinosaurs


Dino Sore
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grade 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.23

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    concession, clumsy, lumbered, especially, jogged, direction, several, waffle, peace, game, toward, rather, large, loser, referee, huge
     content words:    Bryan Brontosaurus

Other Languages
     Spanish: Dino dolorido


Dino Sore
By Beth Beutler
  

1     The dinosaurs' soccer game was stopped yet again.
 
2     "Ow!" screamed Thomas Triceratops. "You stepped on my foot!"
 
3     "You should have gotten out of the way!" bellowed Bryan Brontosaurus.
 
4     Thomas limped away. Bryan stomped off in the other direction. "He's always in my way. He's a whiner. He's a sore loser. He's always stopping the game, especially when his team is behind."
 
5     The referee blew the whistle. "All right, let's start again. Thomas, are you ready?"
 
6     "I don't think so," Thomas cried.
 
7     "Oh, brother," Bryan thought.
 
8     "What's the matter?" the referee said as he jogged over to Thomas.
 
9     "My foot is really sore," Thomas whimpered.

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