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Stripes That Stick Together

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Stripes That Stick Together
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 7
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.7

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    teamwork, cheetahs, opposite, ever, task, goal, working, often, herd, accomplish, direction, life, large, protect, group, wild


Stripes That Stick Together
By Erin Horner
  

1     Do you ever use teamwork? If you play sports then you probably do. One person can't win a soccer game all by themselves. It takes the whole team working together to accomplish that goal. That's teamwork. You may also use teamwork at school. When your teacher assigns a group project, each person has to do his or her part to complete the assigned task. This is also teamwork. Did you know that many animals use teamwork, too? Zebras, for example, use teamwork to protect their herds from predators. Lions, leopards, and cheetahs all like to prey on zebras. But these striped animals use teamwork to try to stay safe. Often in the wild, zebras will .....
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Grasslands
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Animals
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    Birds  
 
    Deserts  
 
    Fish  
 
    Freshwater  
 
    Grasslands  
 
    Insects  
 
 
    Invertebrates  
 
    Mammals  
 
    Oceans  
 
    Polar Regions  
 
    Rain Forest  
 
    Reptiles  
 



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