Reading Part A Part B Tests and Task Cards- MEGA BUNDLE (Includes 5 Bundles)

Reading Part A Part B Tests and Task Cards- MEGA BUNDLE (Includes 5 Bundles)
Reading Part A Part B Tests and Task Cards- MEGA BUNDLE (Includes 5 Bundles)
Reading Part A Part B Tests and Task Cards- MEGA BUNDLE (Includes 5 Bundles)
Reading Part A Part B Tests and Task Cards- MEGA BUNDLE (Includes 5 Bundles)
Reading Part A Part B Tests and Task Cards- MEGA BUNDLE (Includes 5 Bundles)
Reading Part A Part B Tests and Task Cards- MEGA BUNDLE (Includes 5 Bundles)
Reading Part A Part B Tests and Task Cards- MEGA BUNDLE (Includes 5 Bundles)
Reading Part A Part B Tests and Task Cards- MEGA BUNDLE (Includes 5 Bundles)
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MEGA BUNDLE : READING PART A/PART B TESTS AND TASK CARDS: Perfect 4th Grade ELA Practice for PARCC, LEAP 2025, and other State Standardized Tests

Test-taking is a genre in itself. For students to become comfortable with reading on-level passages and answering rigorous comprehension questions, they need lots of practice. The task cards in this bundle are usually used as some form of test prep while the assessments usually take the form of actual assessments or test reviews/ practice. The differentiated written response questions are fantastic to move students toward proficiency.

Each of the 20 files contains:
-an EDITABLE Reading Comprehension Assessment or Practice Test (in PowerPoint)
-a PDF Version of the Assessment for quick, easy printing
-a PDF of Colored Task Cards
-a PDF of Black and White Task Cards
-an ANSWER KEY with each format
-Alignment to CCSS
-approximate Lexile levels for all passages
-word counts for all passages

This MEGA BUNDLE includes all 5 of the following bundles:

RESOURCES IN BUNDLE 1 (4th Grade level):

Set 1 RLI 1 “Mack’s Surprise”
-2 literary passages: “Mack’s Surprise” (600L-700L), “Lady Catskin” ( 600L-700L)
-1 informational: “Knights” (700L-800L)
-13 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 1 multiple-select questions
-No Written Response

Literary standards and topics addressed in the RLI 1:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Summarize, RL4.2 Theme, RL4.3 Character, Events, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues, RL4.7 Connect text to visual
Language standards and topics addressed in the RLI 1:
L4.5a Simile
Informational standards and topics addressed in the RLI 1:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, RI4.3 Explain ideas, what, why
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Set 2 LAT 1 “Dark Clouds”
-2 literary passages: “Dark Clouds” (500L-600L), ”In the Water” (700L-800L)
-1 poem: “The Star”
-14 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 4 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Informational Writing/Character changes)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Literary standards and topics addressed in the LAT 1:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Theme, RL4.2 Summarize, RL4.3 Setting, RL4.3 Events, RL4.3 Character Feelings, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues
Language standards and topics addressed in the LAT 1:
L4.4a Context Clues, L4.5a Simile
Writing standards and topics addressed in the LAT 1:
W4.2 Informational writing, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing, W4.9a Draw relevant evidence
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Set 3 NWT 1 “Davy Crockett”
-1 literary passage: “The Amazing Davy Crockett” (600L-700L)
-1 informational passage: “Milton Bradley” (800L-900L)
-10 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 3 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Narrative Writing/From Davy’s Point of view)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Literary standards and topics addressed in the NWT 1:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.3 character/event, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues
Language standard and topic addressed in the NWT 1:
L4.4 Context Clues, L4.5a Figurative Language
Informational standards and topics addressed in the NWT 1:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, RI4.3 Explain ideas, what, why, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.8 Author’s Evidence
Writing standards and topics addressed in the NWT 1:
W4.3 Informative writing, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing
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Set 4 RST 1 “Gold Rush”
-3 informational passages: “California Gold Rush" (800L-900L), “Finding Gold” (800L-900L), “John Sutter” (900L-1000L)
-12 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 3 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Informational Writing/Writing from Multiple Sources)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Informational standards and topics addressed in the RST 1:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, RI4.2 Summarize, RI4.3 Explain ideas, what, why, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.9 Integrate 2 texts
Writing standards and topics addressed in the RST 1:
W4.2 Informative/Explanatory Writing, W4.4 Clear and Appropriate Writing, W4.9 Details Based on Text Evidence
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RESOURCES IN BUNDLE 2 (4th Grade level):

Set 5 RLI 2 “Diana Daisy”
-1 literary passage: “Diana Daisy” (700L-800L)
-2 informational passages: “Milton Hershey” (700L-800L), “George Washington Carver” (800-900L)
-12 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 4 multiple-select questions
-1 TECR question
-No PCR (Writing)

Literary standards and topics addressed in the RLI 2:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.3 Character, Setting, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues, RL4.7 Connect text to visual
Language standards and topics addressed in the RLI 2:
L4.5a Simile
Informational standards and topics addressed in the RLI 2:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, RI4.2 Summarize, RI4.3 Explain ideas, what, why, RI4.4 Vocabulary
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Set 6 LAT 2 “Mary’s Lamb”
-1 poem: “Mary’s Lamb”
-2 literary passages: “Finders Keepers?” (600L-700L), ”Luna’s Way” (700L-800L)
-11 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 3 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Informational Writing/Character changes)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Literary standards and topics addressed in the LAT 2:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Theme, RL4.2 Summarize, RL4.3 Events, RL4.3 Character Feelings, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues
Language standards and topics addressed in the LAT 2:
L4.1 Grammar and Usage, L4.2 Conventions, L4.4 Context Clues
Writing standards and topics addressed in the LAT 2:
W4.2 Informational writing, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing, W4.9 Draw relevant evidence
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Set 7 NWT 2 “Smokey Survives”
-1 literary passage: “Smokey Survives” (700L-800L)
-1 informational passage: “You Press the Button, We Do the Rest” (800L-900L)
-11 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 3 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Narrative Writing/From Cub’s Point of view)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Literary standards and topics addressed in the NWT 2:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Theme, RL4.3 character/event/setting, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues
Language standard and topic addressed in the NWT 2:
L4.1 Grammar and Usage, L4.2 Conventions
Informational standards and topics addressed in the NWT 2:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, Details, RI4.3 Explain ideas, what, why, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.8 Author’s Evidence/Point
Writing standards and topics addressed in the NWT 2:
W4.3 Informative writing, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing
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Set 8 RST 2 “Middle Ages”
-3 informational passages: “Children of the Middle Ages" (700L-800L), “Life in a Medieval Castle” (800L-900L), “Serfs” (700L-800L)
-12 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 2 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Informational Writing/Writing from Multiple Sources)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Informational standards and topics addressed in the RST 2:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, RI4.2 Summarize, RI4.3 Explain ideas, what, why, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.9 Integrate 2 texts
Language standard and topic addressed in the RST 2:
L4.1 Grammar and Usage, L4.2 Conventions
Writing standards and topics addressed in the RST 2:
W4.2 Informative/Explanatory Writing, W4.4 Clear and Appropriate Writing, W4.9 Details Based on Text Evidence
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RESOURCES IN BUNDLE 3 (4th Grade level):

Set 9 RLI 3 “Hurricanes”
-3 informational passages: “Hurricane Andrew” (Secondhand Account) (700L-800L), “The Year It Stormed” (Firsthand Account) (700-800L), “Your Brain on Music” (700L-800L)
-1 poem: “Music Makes Me”
-13 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 1 multiple-select question
-No PCR (Writing)

Literary standards and topics addressed in this product:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Theme, RL4.3 Character Analysis, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues, RL4.5 Structural Elements
Informational standards and topics addressed in this product:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, RI4.2 Summarize, RI4.3 Explain ideas, what, why, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.5 Text Structure, RI4.6 Compare Accounts, RI4.7 Connect text/visual
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Set 10 LAT 3 “Dave’s Group”
-1 poem : “The Sheep”
-2 literary passages: “Dave’s Group” (600L-700L), “Precious Shell” (700L-800L)
-11 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 2 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Informational Writing/Character changes)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Literary standards and topics addressed in LAT 3:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Summarize, RL4.2 Theme, RL4.3 Character Analysis, RL4.3 Event, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues , RL4.7 Connect text to visual
Language standard and topic addressed in LAT 3:
L4.1 Grammar and Usage, L4.2 Conventions
Writing standards and topics addressed in LAT 3:
W4.2 Write Informative Text, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing, W4.9 Draw evidence from literature when writing
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Set 11 NWT 3 “How Lucky”
-1 literary passage: “How Lucky We Are” (700L-800L)
-1 informational passage: “Nature’s Superfood” (800L-900L)
-11 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 2 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Narrative Writing/From Cub’s Point of view)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Literary standards and topics addressed in NWT 3:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Summarize, RL4.3 Character Analysis, RL4.3 Event, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues
Informational standards and topics addressed in NWT 3:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, RI4.3 Explain event/what/why, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.7 Connect text/visual, RI4.8 Author’s Point/Evidence
Language standard and topic addressed in NWT 3:
L4.1 Grammar and Usage, L4.2 Conventions, L4.4 Context Clues
Writing standards and topics addressed in NWT 3:
W4.3 Write Narrative Text, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing
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Set 12 RST 3 “Oregon Trail”
-3 informational passages: “The Oregon Trail" (800L-900L), “A Day on the Trail” (600L-700L), “Landmarks of the Oregon Trail” (800L-900L)
-12 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 4 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Informational Writing/Writing from Multiple Sources)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Informational standards and topics addressed in RST 3:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, RI4.2 Summarize, RI4.3 Explain event/what/why, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.9 Integrate information from two texts to write
Language standards and topics addressed in RST 3:
L4.1 Grammar and Usage, L4.2 Conventions
Writing standards and topics addressed in RST 3:
W4.2 Write Informative Text, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing, W4.9 Draw relevant evidence
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RESOURCES IN BUNDLE 4 (4th Grade level):

Set 13 RLI 4 “Floods”
-3 informational passages: “The Louisiana Flood of 1983” (Secondhand Account) (800L-900L), “We Flooded in ‘83” (Firsthand Account) (600L-700L), “Nintendo’s Super Mario Brothers” (800L-900L)
-1 poem: “Learning the Game”
-13 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 2 multiple-select question
-No PCR (Writing)

Literary standards and topics addressed in RLI 4:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Theme, RL4.3 Character Analysis, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues, RL4.5 Structural Elements
Informational standards and topics addressed in RLI 4:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, RI4.2 Summarize, RI4.3 Explain ideas, what, why, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.5 Text Structure, RI4.6 Compare Accounts, RI4.7 Connect text and visual
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Set 14 LAT 4 “Sand and Shells”
-2 literary passages: “Sand, Shells, and Sunshine” (700L-800L), ”Race Day” (600L-700L)
-10 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 2 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Informational Writing/Character changes)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Literary standards and topics addressed in LAT 4:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Theme, RL4.3 Character Analysis, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues, RL4.5 C/C Prose, Poetry (Text Structure), RL4.6 C/C Point of View
Language standard and topic addressed in LAT 4:
L4.1 Grammar and Usage, L4.2 Conventions
Writing standards and topics addressed in LAT 4:
W4.2 Write Informative Text, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing, W4.9 Draw evidence from literature when writing
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Set 15 NWT 4 “Price of Victory”
-1 literary passage: “The Price of Victory” (700L-800L)
-1 informational passage: “Snowy Owls” (800L-900L)
-10 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 4 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Narrative Writing/From Cub’s Point of view)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Literary standards and topics addressed in NWT 4:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Theme/Central Message, RL4.3 Character Analysis, RL4.3 Event, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues
Informational standards and topics addressed in NWT 4:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Summarize, RI4.3 Explain event/what/why, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.7 Connect text/visual
Language standard and topic addressed in NWT 4:
L4.4 Context Clues
Writing standards and topics addressed in NWT 4:
W4.3 Write Narrative Text, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing
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Set 16 RST 4 “Transcontinental Railroad”
-3 informational passages: “A Better Way to Travel West" (700L-800L), “Railroad Workers” (800L-900L), “Challenges of the Transcontinental Railroad” (700L-800L)
-10 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 3 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Informational Writing/Writing from Multiple Sources)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Informational standards and topics addressed in RST 4:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, RI4.2 Summarize, RI4.3 Explain event/what/why, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.5 Text Structure, RI4.7 Connect text/visual, RI4.9 Integrate information from two texts to write
Language standards and topics addressed in RST 4:
L4.1 Grammar and Usage, L4.2 Conventions, L4.4 Vocabulary, Context Clues
Writing standards and topics addressed in RST 4:
W4.2 Write Informative Text, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing, W4.9 Draw relevant evidence
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RESOURCES IN BUNDLE 5 (4th Grade level):

Set 17 RLI 5 “Nikki’s Stories”
-2 literary passages: “Nikki’s Stories” (700L-800L), “Lexi’s Gift” (700L-800L)
-1 informational passage: “Emus” ( 600L-700L)
-12 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 2 multiple-select questions
-No PCR (Writing)

Literary standards and topics addressed in RLI 5:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Summarize, RL4.2 Theme, RL4.3 Character Analysis, RL4.2 Describe event, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues, RL4.7 Connect text to visual
Language standard and topic addressed in RLI 5:
L4.5a Simile
Informational standards and topics addressed in RLI 5:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, RI4.3 Explain ideas, what, why, RI4.5 Text Structure, RI4.8 Author’s Idea/Evidence
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Set 18 LAT 5 “Heidi”
-1 poem: “The Great Outdoors”
-2 literary passages: “Out with the Goats” (600L-700L), ”The Elves and the Shoemaker” (600L-700L)
-10 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 1 multiple-select question
-1 Written Response Question (Informational Writing/Character changes)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Literary standards and topics addressed in LAT 5:
RL4.1 Text Evidence, RL4.2 Summarize, RL4.2 Theme, RL4.3 Setting, RL4.3 Character Analysis, RL4.3 Event, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues, RL4.5 Text Structure
Language standard and topic addressed in LAT 5:
L4.4 Context Clues, L4.5a Simile
Writing standards and topics addressed in LAT 5:
W4.2 Write Informative Text, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing, W4.9 Draw evidence from literature when writing
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Set 19 NWT 5 “Mitsu”
-1 literary passage: “A Visit from Mitsu” (700L-800L)
-1 informational passage: “The Oil Industry: Products We Use” (800L-900L)
-10 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 2 multiple-select questions
-1 Written Response Question (Narrative Writing/From Cub’s Point of view)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Literary standards and topics addressed in NWT 5:
RL4.1Text Evidence, RL4.2 Summarize, RL4.2 Theme, RL4.3 Setting, RL4.3 Event, RL4.4 Vocabulary - Word Meaning using Context Clues
Informational standards and topics addressed in NWT 5:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, Details, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.5 Text Structure, RI4.8 Author’s Evidence
Language standard and topic addressed in NWT 5:
L4.4 Context Clues
Writing standards and topics addressed in NWT 5:
W4.3 Write Narrative Text, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing
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Set 20 RST 5 “George Washington”
-3 informational passages: “The Early Life of George Washington"(800L-900L), “Starting the American Revolution” (800L-900L), “George Washington” (700L-800L)
-10 Part A/Part B (EBSR) multiple choice questions, including 2 multiple-select questions
-1 TECR type question with multiple-select answer
-1 Written Response Question (Informational Writing/Writing from Multiple Sources)
-3 answer formats, scaffolded to help in providing different levels of support

Informational standards and topics addressed in RST 5:
RI4.1 Text Evidence, RI4.2 Main Idea, Details, RI4.3 Explain event/what/why, RI4.4 Vocabulary, RI4.5 Text Structure, RI4.7 Connect text/visual, RI4.9 Integrate information from two texts to write
Writing standards and topics addressed in RST 5:
W4.2 Write Informative Text, W4.4 Clear, coherent writing, W4.9 Draw relevant evidence

IDEAS FOR USING THE ASSESSMENTS/PRACTICE TESTS:
-comprehension test
-practice test
-readiness test
-whole group test prep
-close reading instruction
-partner work
-homework
-small group differentiation

IDEAS FOR USING THE TASK CARDS:
-literacy centers
-small group differentiation
-partner work
-bell ringers/do nows
-exit slips
-quick formative assessments
-homework

Scaffolding the constructed response answers:
Scaffolding for the constructed response question offers an effective way to differentiate for struggling writers. We’re not here to fail students; we’re here to help them grow, but how can we help them grow in an authentic way… in the way that they’ll be required to perform on end of the year state tests?
First, an exemplar response demonstrates what a top-quality response looks and sounds like. Then you choose one of the three provided constructed response pages, depending on the level of each student. The options you'll have in your download are:
1) for reluctant writers: an already deconstructed prompt in which they'll answer questions along the way as a form of prewriting
2) for getting-there writers: bullet points after the prompt to remind students what to include for a top- quality answer
3) for proficient writers: only the prompt and space for an answer

Creating assessments or test prep items that truly align with the common core state standards and that mirror current state tests is tricky. It’s not only hard work, but it can take a really long time to do it right. With this product, your students will get practice with close reading and gaining meaning across texts with an emphasis on using text evidence to support their answers. Although this product was written according to 4th grade standards, it would be a great test prep extension activity for 3rd graders or test prep for 5th or 6th graders who need remediation.
This product will save you lots of planning time, and you'll be really happy with the results!

Find a list of all Tests & Task Cards with this freebie:
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Want more Tests & Task Cards? Check out these products:
Set 1 RLI 1 Mack’s Surprise
Set 2 LAT 1 Dark Clouds
Set 3 NWT 1 Davy Crockett
Set 4 RST 1 Gold Rush
Bundle 1 Sets 1-4
Set 5 RLI 2 Diana Daisy
Set 6 LAT 2 Mary’s Lamb
Set 7 NWT 2 Smokey Survives
Set 8 RST 2 Middle Ages
Bundle 2 Sets 5-8
Set 9 RLI 3 Hurricanes
Set 10 LAT 3 Dave’s Group
Set 11 NWT 3 How Lucky
Set 12 RST 3 Oregon Trail
Bundle 3 Sets 9-12
Set 13 RLI 4 Floods
Set 14 LAT 4 Sand and Shells
Set 15 NWT 4 Price of Victory
Set 16 RST 4 Transcontinental Railroad
Bundle 4 Sets 13-16
Set 17 RLI 5 Nikki’s Stories
Set 18 LAT 5 Heidi
Set 19 NWT 5 Mitsu
Set 20 RST 5 George Washington
Bundle 5 Sets 17-20
Mega Bundle Sets 1-20

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