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New England
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 3 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   6.06

     challenging words:    cannonball, horse-drawn, tourism, original, historic, wildflowers, machinery, sleigh, lobster, outdoor, education, longest, equipment, separate, jagged, cider
     content words:    New England, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Cape Cod, Appalachian Mountains, Mount Washington, White Mountains, Connecticut River, Long Island Sound, Massachusetts Colony

New England
By Kathleen W. Redman

1     The six New England states, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, are beautiful all year. One of the reasons people like to visit these states is that there are four very different seasons in New England.
2     Many people like to visit the New England states in the fall. The colors of the trees change during the fall. People visit orchards to pick apples, hike the trails, go on picnics, and drink hot apple cider. They take thousands of pictures, too.
3     The winter brings snow. Some people dream about flying down a ski slope. Others picture sitting in front of a warm fire drinking hot chocolate. New England is a place where people take horse-drawn sleigh rides. New England looks just like a picture on a Christmas card during the winter.
4     In spring the wildflowers bloom. The maple trees flow with sap. Farmers make maple syrup.

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