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Monster Tracks. pages 66-73 Vocabulary. clues. clues. I looked for clues , or hints, to help me solve the problem. clues. Sand-cast your own fossil clues from the past when monsters roamed and left odd tracks and dinner crumbs in the prehistoric ooze.

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monster tracks

Monster Tracks

pages 66-73

Vocabulary

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clues

I looked for clues, or hints, to help me solve the problem.

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clues

Sand-cast your own fossil clues from the past when monsters roamed and left odd tracks and dinner crumbs in the prehistoric ooze.

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prehistoric

The dinosaur is a prehistoric animal. It lived before people recorded information or events.

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prehistoric

Sand-cast your own fossil clues from the past when monsters roamed and left odd tracks and dinner crumbs in the prehistoric ooze.

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imprint

The rabbit’s foot had made an imprint in the snow. You could clearly see its trail.

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imprint

First gather some feathers, twigs, bones (fish bones are fun), seashells, stones, or small sharp rocks to imprint or embed in sand.

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mold

My grandmother uses a mold to make cookies the shape of stars.

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mold

Along with this interesting assortment of objects, you’ll also need enough plaster of Paris to fill a mold, sand for shaping the mold, and a container.

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shallow

The water in the shallow end of the pool came up to my knees.

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shallow

A plastic-lined, shallow cardboard box works well.

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textures

Sandpaper and some rocks have rough textures.

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textures

Textures and other features can be made by pressing different objects into the sand.

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instructions

If you follow the instructions, you can easily put the kite together.

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instructions

When you have finished making the mold, mix the plaster according to the instructions on the box.