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Let's Go to the Beach



Let's Go to the Beach
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 2 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   1.7

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    refreshment, sunscreen, swimsuit, piled, fridge, leftover, packed, dressing, spoil, trunk, money, cards, everybody, change, idea, chips


Let's Go to the Beach
By Patti Hutchison
  

1     "Wow, it's so hot!" Cathy said to her friends. "Let's go to the beach."
 
2     "That's a great idea," Joe said. "I'll drive." Joe headed for the car.
 
3     "Wait, we can't just take off. We have to do a little planning," Sue said.
 
4     "What do we have to plan?" Bill asked.
 
5     "Well, we should take a picnic lunch so we don't have to buy any food or drinks. You know how expensive they are at the refreshment stand," Cathy said.
 
6     "That's true," Sue agreed. "I can make some sandwiches."
 
7     "I can bring some chips and pickles," Joe said. "I have lots of paper plates and plastic forks, too. We'll need them for our picnic."
 
8     "I have some leftover potato salad in the fridge," Cathy said. "What can you bring, Bill?"
 
9     "I just happen to have made my famous brownies yesterday. If my little brother hasn't eaten them all, I can bring them for dessert," Bill said proudly.

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