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Published by Andrea Head, 2018-01-02 20:49:29

No More Food

cycle 13

Reading Foundations Skills Block

No Food
to be Found

Cycle 13 Decodable
Student Reader


Grade 2: Module 3: Cycle 13: Lesson 62

Josh, the rat, waddled through
the alley. He was looking for
an open trash can, but could
not find even one!


EL Education Curriculum 45

Reading Foundations Skills Block

Just last week he had hit
the jackpot. The cook from
Soup for You had left a trash
can wide open. Inside, Josh
found noodle soup. He and his
friend, Chip the alley cat, had
gobbled it up.



Grade 2: Module 3: Cycle 13: Lesson 62

Tonight Josh’s tummy gurgled
and grumbled. There was no
trash or food to be found!
He dreamed about nibbling
on a hamburger, a sandwich,
a popsicle...


EL Education Curriculum 47

Reading Foundations Skills Block

He saw one trash can with a
tiny opening. He jumped on
top of it and tried to wiggle
his way into a little opening.
But he stumbled, then
tumbled from the top of the
trash can.



Grade 2: Module 3: Cycle 13: Lesson 62

Then Josh saw Chip walking
through the middle of the
alley. “We’ve got a problem,
friend. There are no open
trash cans and no trash.
Not even one bottle on the
ground!” said Josh.


EL Education Curriculum 49

Reading Foundations Skills Block

“I’ve been struggling, too. I
can’t seem to find a snack
anywhere. I guess the
rules are working,” said Chip.
“Rules? What rules?”
asked Josh.



Grade 2: Module 3: Cycle 13: Lesson 62

“Mayor Mack made new rules
about cleaning up trash. No
open trash cans and no trash
on the streets. They’ve been
trying to keep us away! They
called us pests!”


EL Education Curriculum 51

Reading Foundations Skills Block

Josh was puzzled by this.
“Pests? You’ve got to be
kidding me! I can’t handle this!
I’ve got to eat something.
And soon!” said Josh. “Don’t
worry,“ said Chip. “I’ve
got a plan.”



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