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Generations - Who's Who in Your Family?



Generations - Who's Who in Your Family?
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     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 5 to 7
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   6.79

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    great-grandparents, generation, span, meaning, between, better, example, born, teach, people, year, another, share, world, also, able


Generations - Who's Who in Your Family?
By Mary Perrin
  

1     Generations are the many years between when people are born. Generations are not separated by one, two, or three years. They are separated by many more years. Think about members of your own family to better understand the meaning of a generation. Generations can be separated by people who were never able to play together as children. For example, you are growing up in today's world. You could not have played with your parents when they were children. They grew up decades before you. Just like when your parents were kids, they did not play with your grandparents as kids. Both your parents and your grandparents grew up in different time periods. Each generation of a family can teach the other generations something new. Your family may have things they do together every year. These things are your family's traditions. They may also have stories they like to .....
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