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We use the ‘Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level Formula’ to present scores as per US grade level. See all the grade levels here. Following articles, stories and features are appropriate for people at reading level of Grade 1 (Age 6-7 years). More information about Flesch–Kincaid readability tests can be found here.


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Do You Like Fruits?

Do You Like Fruits?

Apples in the winter time Chikoos in the fall Mangoes in the summer time I like it best of all! Oranges and kinnows bright Sugar-cane so sweet Melons and the juicy grape All of them – a treat! Do You Like Fruits? [Illustration by Anup Singh] (C) Swapna Dutta

Have You Seen the Cuckoo Bird?

Have You Seen the Cuckoo Bird?

Have You Seen the Cuckoo Bird? [Illustration by Sudheer Nath] Have you seen the cuckoo bird With raven-coloured wing? Although I haven’t seen one yet I’ve often heard her sing. The cuckoo on our champak tree Is hidden from our sight Because the leaves are thick and close But how she sings at night! ‘Cuckoo… cuckoo’ says the bird ‘I may be dark, it’s true But there is not a single bird...

Roses

Roses

Roses in the winter time Roses in the fall The roses in my garden Are the nicest of them all Some prefer the jasmines The champaks on the tree Or the lilies in the pool But it’s the rose for me! The wild roses climbing up the wall Which hang in clusters white The sprawling bush of roses pink Which looks so trim and bright Roses [] The pale rose with a curly edge...

The Fleeting Deer

The Fleeting Deer

The deer runs fast With nimble feet By lucky chance You may just meet! Sweet deer, do pause Beneath the tree- Won’t you please Make friends with me? The Fleeting Deer [Illustration by Anup Singh]

Five Little Chickens

Said the first little chicken, With a queer little squirm, “Oh, I wish I could find A fat little worm!” Said the next little chicken, With an odd little shrug, “Oh, I wish I could find A fat little bug!” Said the third little chicken, With a sharp little squeal, Five Little Chickens [] “Oh, I wish I could find Some nice yellow meal!” Said the fourth little chicken, With a faint little moan,...

Work while You Work

Work while You Work

Work while you work, Play while you play; One thing each time, All that you do, Do with your might; Things done by halves Are not done right Work while You Work []

Over in the Meadow

Over in the Meadow

Over in the meadow, In the sand, in the sun, Lived an old mother toad And her little toadie one. “Wink,” said the mother; “I wink,” said the one; So she winked and blinked In the sand, in the sun. Over in the meadow, Where the stream runs blue, Lived an old mother fish And her little fishes two. Over in the Meadow [Illustration by Anup Singh] “Swim,” said the mother;...

Swinging Monkey

Swinging Monkey

Look up there And you will see The monkeys swinging From the tree I like the way They jump and flee – Now, do they want Some nuts from me? Swinging Monkey [Illustration by Sudeer Nath] (C) Swapna Dutta

The Cat and the Cartoon

The Cat and the Cartoon

The mouse in the movie came out of the hole The cat watching the TV gave a low growl There were no more mice in the house She had seen to that Cartoons are so cruel, the tabby thought Why should they make me dream of the meals I no more have? The Cat and the Cartoon [Illustration by Shinod AP]

The Fox and the Goat

The Fox and the Goat

The Fox and the Goat [] One day a fox fell into the well. He thought, how to get out. After some time a thirsty goat came. The goat asked whether the water is good? The fox got an idea for getting out. The fox said this is good water. You can come in. The foolish goat jumped into the well. The fox used the goat’s horns to climb and jumped out....

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