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Classic (fiction), 3,112 words, Level Y (Grade 5), Multi-Part Classics, Lexile 760L
The White Queen suddenly appears out of nowhere. The outdoor setting somehow transforms into a dark little curiosity shop, and the White Queen has become a sheep with an abundance of knitting needles. The shop transforms into a boat on a river for a brief time, and then Alice buys an egg as the shop appears to turn into trees in a forest.
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Use the reading strategy of connecting to prior knowledge before and during reading
Analyze Setting : Analyze settings in the story
Grammar and Mechanics
Possessive Nouns : Identify and understand the use of possessive nouns
Homophones : Identify and use homophones
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