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The Lost Lunchbox page 1

 

The Lost Lunchbox Activities

 

Reading Comprehension Exercises

 
For Pages 1-7
For Pages 8-15
 

Other Activities

 
Cloze Reading
Vocabulary Matching
Online Crossword
 

Play The Lost Lunchbox Game

 
 

Other MrNussbaum Stories

 
Grilled Cheese Please
The Lost Lunchbox
Paper Wings
 
Title Page
 

Sarah Jones was a typical Fairview Elementary student. She loved music. She loved P.E. She especially loved recess and lunch. Also, Sarah was like many other Fairview students in another way:  She often left her lunchbox at school.

 

One late April afternoon, after the other students had already gone home, Sarah returned to school hoping to retrieve her lunchbox. She looked and looked but couldn’t find it anywhere in the classroom.

 

“My mom is going to kill me!” Sarah cried.

 

Okay, think. Sarah, she said to herself. How can you fix the situation?

 

Sarah thought for a few minutes. Then, like magic, an idea came to her. “The lost and found!” she cried. Sarah rested her hopes upon the heap of jackets, clothes, and lunchboxes commonly referred to as “Wal-View.” She ran back down the hall and toward the steps leading to the lost and found.

 

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