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Jay's Perfect Pumpkin

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Jay's Perfect Pumpkin
Print Jay's Perfect Pumpkin Reading Comprehension with First Grade Work

Print Jay's Perfect Pumpkin Reading Comprehension

Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grade 1
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   0.92

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    wait, hardly, bumpy, could, counted, cows, folded, jack-o, packed, pies, pines, rows, scary, ahead, behind, care

Other Languages
     Spanish: La calabaza perfecta de Jay


Jay's Perfect Pumpkin
By Mary Lynn Bushong
  

1     Jay could hardly wait. It was fall at last!
 
2     The trees were changing colors. The air was cooler. School had started.
 
3     Jay loved the fall. Jay loved pumpkins, too. Fall meant pumpkin time.
 
4     Pumpkins meant it was time for pumpkin pie. It meant jack-o'-lanterns. It meant Halloween.
 
5     Jay liked to plan his pumpkin faces. He made sad pumpkin faces. He made scary pumpkin faces, too.
 
6     He made faces for tall pumpkins. He made faces for short, fat pumpkins.
 
7     Jay did not know what pumpkin he would get. He wanted to be ready.
 
8     Then, one day, Dad said it was time. It was pumpkin day! Jay could hardly wait.
 
9     Mom packed a lunch for them. They had sandwiches, apples, and cookies. They had milk to drink.

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