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Open Court Vocabulary for. Genre: Expository Text. “Why Did the Dinosaurs Disappear?”. cli mate. The climate during the Ice Age was very cold. ( the normal weather conditions of a place ). pro tec tion. A turtle’s shell gives it protection .

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Open court vocabulary for

Open Court Vocabulary for

Genre: Expository Text

“Why Did the Dinosaurs Disappear?”


Cli mate

climate

The climate during the Ice Age was very cold.

( the normal weather conditions of a place )


Pro tec tion

protection

A turtle’s shell gives it protection.

( the keeping of someone or something from harm )


Mois ture

moisture

We can see the moisture of dew on the grass early in the morning.

( water or other liquid in the air or on a surface )


E rupt

erupt

Earthquakes made volcanoes erupt all over the world.

( to break out suddenly with force )


Cra ter

crater

The meteorite made a huge crater when it hit the Earth.

( large hole )


Meteorites fall to the earth pulled by earth s gravity

Meteoritesfall to the Earth pulled by Earth’s gravity.

( rocks from outer space)


Dis cov er y

discovery

A new discovery gave scientists a new idea why the Earth became so cold.

( something that is seen or found out for the first time )


Starv ed

starved

The dinosaurs may have starved to death.

( had nothing to eat )


Mois ture1

moisture

( water or other liquid in the air or on a surface )


Cli mate1

climate

( the normal weather conditions of a place )


E rupt1

erupt

( to break out suddenly with force )



Starv ed1

starved

( had nothing to eat )



Pro tec tion1

protection

( the keeping of someone or something from harm )


Cra ter1

crater

( large hole )


Why did the dinosaurs disappear

“Why Did the Dinosaurs Disappear?”

Scientists have lots of theories (ideas), but we will never know for sure. You will have to decide which theory you agree with the most.


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