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The Teacher and Her Dino

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Dinosaurs


The Teacher and Her Dino
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   0.58

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    troodon, focus, lived, cartoon, arms, lucky, runner, dash, appear, snap, class, describe, clearly, teach, large, million
     content words:    Miss Smart

Other Languages
     Spanish: LA MAESTRA Y SU DINOSAURIO


The Teacher and Her Dino
By Jennifer Kenny
  

1     Jason was one lucky boy. He was in Miss Smart's class. She was the best teacher in the world. No one outside of class knew it, but Miss Smart used magic to teach. School was so much fun.
 
2     One day Jason and his friends came to school. They wanted to know what would show up in school today. They were learning about dinosaurs. One day Miss Smart had brought in a T-rex. One day she brought in a stegosaurus. She had to shrink them down to get them inside the room! What could be better?
 
3     "Hi, class," Miss Smart said.
 
4     "Hi!" the class shouted.
 
5     "Are you ready?" Miss Smart asked.
 
6     "Yes," the class said.
 
7     With a snap of her fingers, Miss Smart made a dinosaur appear.
 
8     "Wow!" the class said.

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