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Alternative Energy Sources

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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 6
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   4.78

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    energy, non-renewable, working, power, coal, example, future, also, pizza, heat, short, another, type, solar, other, people
     content words:    United States


Alternative Energy Sources
By Meg Leonard
  

1     We use energy every day. We use it to heat our homes. We use it to bake a pizza. It is used to power a car. Energy gives us the power to do work. It comes from two types of resources. Renewable resources are one type. These are resources that can be replaced in a short time. One example is solar energy. Another is wind energy. Non-renewable resources are the other type. These take millions of years to be replaced. One example is coal. Another is oil. We use a lot of coal and oil in the United States. One big problem is that these resources .....
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