This begins with the reading about Chihuahua! then has a True-False Reading Comprehension Test About Chihuahua.
Next come #1 Word Search About Chihuahua,
#2 Word Search About Chihuahua,
#3 Word Search About Chihuahua;
#1 Numbers-To-Words Cryptogram About Chihuahua,
#1 Numbers-To-Words Cryptogram About Chihuahua;
#1 Letters-To-Words Cryptogram About Chihuahua,
#2 Letters-To-Words Cryptogram About Chihuahua;
#1 Greek Letters-To-Words Cryptogram About Chihuahua.
Finally there are Handy Links For Reports,
Essays Or Research Papers Re Chihuahua;
Common Core Informational Text Suggestions Or Reminders Re Chihuahua Etc.
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**NOTE RE CCSS: The author of this publication mentions here and or elsewhere and is supportive of educational standards such as the Common Core State aligned to”) are or mean in the supportive spirit of, and are not to state or imply any endorsement, approval or sanction by the afore-mentioned. Standards that were written and developed by the National Governors’ Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief State School Officers © Copyright 2010. Any use of descriptions, summaries, text, words or phrases (e.g. “aligned with” or “aligned to” also simply mean in the supportive spirit of, and are not to state or imply endorsement.
NOTE RE SPANISH: The dialect and spelling used herein is non-Castillian, understandable even as with American English and British English dialects.
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