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Lewis and Clark and Me. By: Laurie Myers. Vocabulary . We watch the ships from the docks. hillsides platforms. Answer. B. platforms. Vocabulary . She yearned to see snow. longed managed. Answer. longed. Vocabulary . The spice had an unusual scent. flavor odor. Answer. odor.

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lewis and clark and me

Lewis and Clark and Me

By: Laurie Myers

vocabulary
Vocabulary

We watch the ships from the docks.

  • hillsides
  • platforms
answer
Answer

B. platforms

vocabulary1
Vocabulary

She yearned to see snow.

  • longed
  • managed
answer1
Answer
  • longed
vocabulary2
Vocabulary

The spice had an unusual scent.

  • flavor
  • odor
answer2
Answer
  • odor
vocabulary3
Vocabulary

Scan the field for robins.

  • trim
  • examine
answer3
Answer
  • examine
vocabulary4
Vocabulary

The geese are migrating for the winter.

A. assembling

B. traveling

answer4
Answer

B. traveling

vocabulary5
Vocabulary

We put the boat’s cargo on the wharf.

  • driveway
  • platform
answer5
Answer

B. platform

comprehension
Comprehension

Where did Lewis and Seaman first meet?

  • in the water
  • on the wharf
slide16
How were Seaman’s original owner and Lewis alike?

A. They spoke several Indian languages.

B. They admired the dog.

slide18
What made Seaman want to go with Lewis?

A. Seaman wanted to do something new.

B. Seaman did not like living on the wharf.

slide20
What is the author’s purpose for including details about the paws of Newfoundland dogs?

A. to describe a problem these dogs have

B. to prove that these dogs are good swimmers

slide22
What is the most likely reason the author tells the story from the dog’s point of view?

A. to capture the reader’s interest

B. to make the events seem real

slide26
From the information in the squirrel story, it is clear that

A. Newfoundland dogs can hunt in water.

B. to show how smart Newfoundland dogs are.

slide28
In this story, what does Seaman enjoy most?

A. pleasing Lewis

B. causing trouble

slide30
Based on the story, you can tell that most of the Indians that Lewis and Clark met

A. had never seen a dog before.

B. did not speak English.

slide32
What is the author’s purpose for telling what the Indians called horses?

A. to tell the origin of the Indian word for dog

B. to explain why the Indians called Seaman a bear-dog

slide34
Why might the Indian have wanted to trade beaver skins for Seaman?

A. He thought Seaman was extraordinary.

B. Lewis was mistreating Seaman.

possible answer
Possible Answer

Seaman had webbed paws, but other dogs do not.

possible answers
Possible Answers:

Seaman was loyal.

Seaman was obedient.

Seaman was hard-working.

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Test Time 

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