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I Know a Kid...

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A Very Quick Reader

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 1 to 3
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   1.66

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    achoo, actually, alfalfa, cans, climb, especially, know, likes, picky, pizza, yuck, also, check, chicken, everything, expect


I Know a Kid...
By Erin Horner
  

1     I know a kid who loves to climb up on things and then jump down. He loves to play. He really likes exploring, too. This kid loves to check out the world around him. He doesn't do it with his hands, though. He doesn't have any! Instead, he explores with his mouth. He chews on everything! He doesn't eat everything. Someone once told me that this kid eats trash, especially tin cans. Yuck! But that is not true. He's actually a very picky eater. Unless his food is really clean, he won't eat it. But don't expect this kid to eat pizza or chicken nuggets. He'd rather eat alfalfa, grass, or oats. This kid also sneezes a lot. .....
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