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Perspective - From A Bird's Eye View



Perspective - From A Bird's Eye View
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A Short Reader

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 5 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.9

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    profile, aerial, view, history, engine, disagree, outdoors, different, simple, example, airplane, world, whether, overhead, officer, another
     content words:    Wright Flyer, Kitty Hawk, North Carolina


Perspective - From A Bird's Eye View
By Mary Perrin
  

1     You have a different view of the world than birds do. A bird can fly overhead and get an aerial view of things. Birds can see everything below them: the roofs of buildings, cars on roads, and even the top of your head as you play outdoors. Airplane passengers also have a similar view. It is called a "bird's eye view" of the world, or an aerial view. The Wright brothers were among the first men to get this view of a little part of the world in 1903. The Wright brothers were able to look down from the sky. They flew the first airplane that was powered by a simple engine. It was called the Wright Flyer. They flew it at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. December 17 was a great day .....
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