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A Very Quick Reader

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.03

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    toms, wild, adult, eggs, late, also, seen, afternoon, than, roost, each, night, home, gray, food, fruit
     content words:    North America

Other Languages
     Spanish: Pavos salvajes


Wild Turkeys
By Vickie Chao
Rewritten as a very quick reader by Cindy Grigg
  

1     Turkeys are big birds. Wild turkeys live in the woods. They can fly and run very fast. They can't fly or run very far. Wild turkeys are native to North America. This is their home. Wild turkeys were here when the first settlers came. Male turkeys have brighter colors than females do. Wild turkeys roost in trees at night. Male turkeys are called toms. Females are smaller than males. The females' feathers are mostly brown, gray, or black. Hens make nests under bushes. They lay one egg each day for .....
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