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Jean Studies U.S. Geography

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Jean Studies U.S. Geography
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 4 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.72

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    california, interesting, study, actually, subject, section, longest, separate, several, between, state, become, east, although, strip, believe
     content words:    Mississippi Rivers, Atlantic Ocean, New Hampshire, New York, North Dakota, Lake Erie, New Mexico, United States

Other Languages
     Spanish: JEAN ESTUDIA LA GEOGRAFÍA DE ESTADOS UNIDOS


Jean Studies U.S. Geography
By Patti Hutchison
  

1     "Are you ready to study geography?" Rob asked his friend Jean.
 
2     "Let's go," Jean said.
 
3     "Can you name the two longest rivers in the U.S.?" Rob asked.
 
4     "Those would be the Missouri and the Mississippi Rivers," Jean replied. "I can even spell Mississippi- M I S S..."
 
5     "I believe you," Rob interrupted, chuckling. "What oceans are on the east and west coasts?"
 
6     "The Atlantic Ocean is on the east coast, and the Pacific is on the west coast," Jean answered.
 
7     "What two countries border the U.S.?" Rob asked.
 
8     "Canada is to the north and Mexico borders the south," Jean replied.
 
9     "That's good, but can you name any states that border Canada? There are thirteen of them," Rob said.

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