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Addressing an Envelope



Addressing an Envelope
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 3 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.55

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    address, comma, pens, clearly, sticking, envelope, capital, lived, writing, clear, through, send, easy, state, number, same
     content words:    Evelyn Morton, Great Valley, New York, But Ben


Addressing an Envelope
By Cathy Pearl
  

1     Ben had to address an envelope. He wanted to send a letter to his grandma. If he didn't put the address on the envelope, it wouldn't get to where it was going.
 
2     Ben used a black pen. Many people would have to read the envelope to get it to his grandma. He wanted to make sure it was easy to read. Pencil could get rubbed off. Funny color pens were hard to read sometimes. Ben knew that blue or black were the best colors.
 
3     Ben started in the middle of the envelope. This was where his grandma's address would go. The first line was for her name. Ben didn't write the word Grandma. Not everyone knew who his grandma was. He wrote her real name: Evelyn Morton.

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