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For some, recess can be a lonely place. As luck would have it, a young girl by the name of Samantha Vance understood this and acted upon it.

Lexile: 1000-1100

Because of their fierce nature, sharks are studied very closely by humans. How much of what you have heard about sharks is actually true?

Lexile: 800-900

It might be hard for you to imagine, but millions of years ago giant reptiles ruled the earth. They were called dinosaurs.

Lexile: 900-1000

There are always places to go: a friend’s house, school, or even your favorite restaurant. How many ways can you think of to get there?

Lexile: 700-800

Our solar system is made up of the sun and all the objects that revolve around it. This includes eight planets, their moons, icy comets and mysterious asteroids.

Lexile: 800-900

Nature can be dangerous. Disaster can strike at any time. The more you know, the better you can react.

Lexile: 700-800

Did you know that the human body is made up of many systems? These systems work together to keep you alive and healthy.

Lexile: 600-700

We all love a snack from time to time. But did you know that many of the snacks that we enjoy today were created by accident.

Lexile: 900-1000

The Animal Kingdom has a variety of interesting animals. But how do scientists put them into specific groups? What kind of animal do you think humans are?

Lexile: 500-600

Dr. King led a civil rights movement in the first half of the 20th century. He was well respected for his peaceful methods of protest.

Lexile: 900-1000
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Free Nonfiction Passages for Kids


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