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Winter Theme Unit
Snow Signs

Winter Theme Unit
Winter Theme Unit


Snow Signs
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   1.22

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    hawks, rushed, feeder, minutes, marks, track, print, moment, window, nearby, stories, land, snow, front, perhaps, hawk

Other Languages
     Spanish: Señales en la Nieve


Snow Signs
By Mary Lynn Bushong
  

1     Cory looked out of the window. A new snow was on the ground. It covered everything like a blanket.
 
2     "Dad," he asked, "may I go outside and play? I want to play in the new snow. I want to make tracks before anyone else does."
 
3     "That might be hard, Cory," said Dad. "I am sure others have been there first."
 
4     "I did not see any tracks," said Cory.
 
5     "The tracks might be very small," said Dad. "Perhaps we can go out together and look for them."
 
6     A few minutes later, Cory and Dad stood on the front steps.
 
7     "Look," said Dad. "There are some tracks." He pointed to some small marks under the bird feeder. "What are those?"
 
8     "Those are bird tracks," said Cory.

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