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Groundhog Day
Why Me?

Groundhog Day
Groundhog Day

Why Me?
Print Why Me? Reading Comprehension with First Grade Work

Print Why Me? Reading Comprehension

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grade 1
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   0.83

     challenging words:    time, pajamas, alone, anyway, asleep, back, bedroom, blanket, cannot, care, coat, dear, door, even, everyone, finally
     content words:    Groundhog Day, Punxsutawney Phil

Other Languages
     French: Pourquoi Moi?
     Spanish: ¿Por qué yo?
     Italian: Perché io?

Why Me?
By Kathleen W. Redman

1     "Phil! Phil! It's time to get up," Polly said. She pulled on Phil's blanket.
2     "Oh, go away," Phil said. "I want to sleep some more." He rolled over. He hid his head under his pillow.
3     "But you cannot go to sleep," Polly said. "Today is Groundhog Day."
4     "I don't care," Phil said. "They are not having a party for us, are they?"
5     "Now, dear," Polly said. "You know this is not about a party."
6     "Yes, I do, and I want to go back to sleep," Phil grumbled. "It is too cold to go outside anyway."
7     "Phil, you know what you have to do. It is important."
8     "Why me?" Phil asked. "Why didn't they get a rabbit? Rabbits like to be outside."
9     "Phil, there is no use grumbling. This is your job. People are waiting for you," Polly said.

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