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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 3 (Age 8-9 years). More information about Flesch–Kincaid readability tests can be found here.


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Richer or Poorer?

Richer or Poorer?

Second prize winner of Spin-A-Tale contest Hello! My name is John! I used to be rich but I became poor. Here’s the story. Richer or Poorer? [Illustration by Shinod A.P.] Mom and dad said they wanted to go to Africa to donate rupees 4.

Chintu Pintu Talk on the Net Again

Chintu Pintu Talk on the Net Again

Do you send E-mails to your friends? E-mails in which you write in words how you are feeling — happy or sad? Do you want to surprise your friends by sending them an e-mail in a new language?

Woes Beat Foes!

Vikram and his friends were in the land of giants! “That must be a giant’s house! " said Vikram, shading his eyes and peering into the distance. “Let’s say hello to him!” giggled Anshul. “Don’t be silly!

Play Nicely

Play Nicely

Play Nicely [Illustrations by D. K. Sharma (First published in NBT’s Bulletin, Sept-97)] The kids next door have everything you can think of and yet they love to come in

The Stowaway

Marco Puss, the famous cat explorer, arrived at the docks one day. It was all new to him — the noise and bustle, the interesting smells, the cranes, the ship. ‘A house on water,’ he thought.

Kappu Tries Hard

Kappu Tries Hard

Kappu Maharaj, wake up fast The morning birds are chirping sweet “Unnn..nn..unn” said Kappu In a voice full of sleep Little Kappu sat on his pot But did not manage a single dot. When his mother asked “Are you done?

The Girl who Loved Danger

The Girl who Loved Danger

Once there was a lovely girl named Ginger. The one thing she loved the most was danger. There was only one reason she loved danger. She loved it because she had never faced any danger.

Kappu and Buzo

Kappu and Buzo

Buzo and Kappu played all day “Come! Come!” Kappu would say Wagging his tail and swaying his head Buzo would jump to lick Kappu’s leg. Kappu maharaj was very small But not scared of Buzo at all

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