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Making a Schedule



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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 1 to 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.68

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    barked, leash, lists, refrigerator, rows, schedule, yogurt, back, bath, beside, brush, chart, column, comb, door, each


Making a Schedule
By Kathleen W. Redman
  

1     On Sunday, Dean forgot to wash his dishes.
 
2     On Monday, Dean forgot to take a bath.
 
3     On Tuesday, Dean forgot to do the laundry.
 
4     On Wednesday, Dean forgot to comb his hair.
 
5     On Thursday, Dean forgot to make his bed.
 
6     On Friday, Dean forgot to brush his teeth.
 
7     On Saturday, Dean forgot to walk his dog.
 
8     On Sunday, Dean decided it was time to make a schedule! He didn't have any clean dishes. He didn't have any clean clothes. He was beginning to smell bad. His dog was really mad at him.
 
9     Dean got a sheet of paper. He drew eight columns and twelve rows on it. At the top of the first column he wrote "Time." At the top of the other columns he wrote the days of the week. At the beginning of each row he wrote a time.

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