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Com DOCTOR JEN • LEVEL E • 2 Name ____________________________ mother brother vet father doctor 1. 4. 2. 5. 3. 6. SKILL: ALPHABETICAL ORDER sister INSTRUCTIONS: Read each word with students. Then have them write the words in alphabetical order on the lines. © ProQuest Information and Learning Company All rights reserved. com for thousands of books and materials. Time for Bed Level E Leveled Reader © 2002 Learning Page, Inc. Written by Ned Jensen Illustrated by Signe Nordin ReadingA–ZTM © Learning Page, Inc.
The sun comes out. Tim and Pam come out, too. THE STORM • LEVEL E • 1 Name ____________________________ The sun shines. SKILL: SEQUENCE EVENTS 10 1 2 9 3 8 4 7 6 5 INSTRUCTIONS: Have students write or draw in order how the storm developed in each piece of the circle. They should end with the sun shining again. Encourage students to use their book as a guide. © ProQuest Information and Learning Company All rights reserved. com cl ﬂ gl pl sl SKILL: L-FAMILY BLENDS bl THE STORM • LEVEL E • 2 Name ____________________________ INSTRUCTIONS: Have students write the l-family blend that the name of each picture begins with on the blank under the picture.
Com for thousands of books and materials. Time for Bed Level E Leveled Reader © 2002 Learning Page, Inc. Written by Ned Jensen Illustrated by Signe Nordin ReadingA–ZTM © Learning Page, Inc. All rights reserved. Learning Page 3936 E. com Written by Ned Jensen Illustrated by Signe Nordin “It is getting late,” says Ben’s dad. ” “Okay, I’ll get ready,” says Ben. 4 3 Ben likes to play with his toys. It is getting late. It is time for Ben to go to bed. Ben gets ready for bed. He washes his hands and face.