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Jake and Jackie Plan a Party



Jake and Jackie Plan a Party
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 3 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.91

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    semester, bonus, entertainment, task, rent, divide, order, goods, okay, whenever, kids, phone, sounds, meant, better, writing
     content words:    Whenever Jackie


Jake and Jackie Plan a Party
By Beth Beutler
  

1     The end of the semester was coming. Jake and Jackie could hardly wait for a break from school. One day they were walking home from school and talking about the fun they would have on the break that was coming up in two weeks. That gave Jackie an idea.
 
2     "I just thought of something, Jake!" she exclaimed.
 
3     Jake looked at Jackie cautiously. Whenever Jackie had one of her ideas, it usually meant more work for Jake.
 
4     "Why don't we plan a party to celebrate the end of the semester?"
 
5     Jake pursed his lips and considered the suggestion.
 
6     "It could be fun," Jake said as they neared a bench at a small park in their neighborhood.
 
7     "Of course it will be! Let's sit down and write down some ideas."
 
8     Jake rolled his eyes as Jackie pulled out a notebook. It seemed that Jackie always was writing down ideas. Sometimes she didn't do anything about them, but she had plenty of them!
 
9     "First of all, who will we invite?" Jackie began.

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