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Letters to Dr. Dinosaur

Letters to Dr. Dinosaur
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     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   1.62

     challenging words:    poster, unit, velociraptors, well, works, yuck, anyone, cannot, class, everyone, everything, happy, hard, idea, letter, mail

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Letters to Dr. Dinosaur
By Kathleen W. Redman

1     "Well," Mrs. Adams said. "We have finished our dinosaur unit. What is a good way to show what we learned?"
2     "I can make a poster," Jamie said.
3     "I can write a report," Colleen said.
4     "I can make a model of a dinosaur," Bill said.
5     "We can take a test," Gloria said.
6     "Oh, yuck!" the rest of the children said. "We do not want to take a test!"
7     "I know! I know!" Lena shouted. She was very excited. "We can write letters to Dr. Dinosaur!"
8     Mrs. Adams looked puzzled.
9     "What do you mean?" she asked.
10     "Everyone can write a letter to Dr. Dinosaur. We can tell him what we learned. We can draw pictures if we like to draw, too."
11     "Yes," D.J. said. "I like that idea. I can write a dinosaur poem for him."

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