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Earth's Next Door Neighbor

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Earth's Next Door Neighbor
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A Very Quick Reader

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 2 to 4
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   2.97

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    neighbor, canyons, next, someday, door, space, also, below, alike, possible, person, different, learn, than, while, foot
     content words:    Both Mars, North Pole


Earth's Next Door Neighbor
By Erin Horner
  

1     Who is your next door neighbor? Do you and your neighbor have a lot in common? Our planet has a neighbor. Earth's neighbor is the planet Mars. These neighbors have a lot in common. Their landforms are very similar. Both Mars and Earth have canyons and valleys. They both have mountains, too. Mars's mountains are a lot taller, though! Both of these planets also have volcanoes. While they are a lot alike, Mars and Earth are also very different. Mars is smaller and much colder than our planet. The average temperature on Mars is 80 degrees below zero! That is a lot colder than the North Pole! Mars also has two moons. Earth only has one. Our moon is round. .....
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