SPELLING   B
SPELLING BEASY    MIDDLE   HARD2 pts    3pts    5pts
For Six Points!
For Four Points!
For three points!
Green Materials.Trees are being cut down for wood faster than they can grow, and 25% of all this wood is used in buildings.
Green Materials.  So to save forests,  some green builders  now use bamboo forfloors instead of wood.
Green Materials.Although Bamboo looks like wood, it’s actually a grass, not a tree, and it grows 20 times faster than most...
Green Materials.So after the bamboo is cut, it quickly grows back again.
Green Materials.Clearly, the more people use bamboo in building, the better our chances of saving the world’s forests are.
Green Materials.Many other parts of buildings can be made of recycled materials.
Green Materials.At the Chicago Center for Green Technology, the ceiling tiles are made of newspaper.
Green Materials.In the bathrooms, the floors are made of recycled glass, and the walls between the toilets are made of rec...
What kind of green materials can               be  used for green buildings?Bamboo, newspaper, glass,and plastic milk cont...
Vocabulary  Bamboo: A tropical tree         like grass.So to save forests, some green builders now use bamboo for floors i...
Vocabulary   Recycled: A used   object, used again.Many other parts of buildings can be made of recycled materials.(p223)
Vocabulary  Ceiling: the overhead   inside lining of a room.At the Chicago Center for Green Technology, the ceiling tiles ...
Here are some famous ceilings   from around the world!
Vocabulary Container: Something    for holding goods.The walls between the toilets are made of recycled plastic milk conta...
Vocabulary Instead of: In place of.To save some forests, some green builders now use bamboo for floors instead of wood. (p...
Vocabulary    Meet demand: To         supply.There isn’t enough fresh water to meet demand. (Top of p223)
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
Living green lesson #4
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Living green lesson #4

  1. 1. SPELLING B
  2. 2. SPELLING BEASY MIDDLE HARD2 pts 3pts 5pts
  3. 3. For Six Points!
  4. 4. For Four Points!
  5. 5. For three points!
  6. 6. Green Materials.Trees are being cut down for wood faster than they can grow, and 25% of all this wood is used in buildings.
  7. 7. Green Materials. So to save forests, some green builders now use bamboo forfloors instead of wood.
  8. 8. Green Materials.Although Bamboo looks like wood, it’s actually a grass, not a tree, and it grows 20 times faster than most trees.
  9. 9. Green Materials.So after the bamboo is cut, it quickly grows back again.
  10. 10. Green Materials.Clearly, the more people use bamboo in building, the better our chances of saving the world’s forests are.
  11. 11. Green Materials.Many other parts of buildings can be made of recycled materials.
  12. 12. Green Materials.At the Chicago Center for Green Technology, the ceiling tiles are made of newspaper.
  13. 13. Green Materials.In the bathrooms, the floors are made of recycled glass, and the walls between the toilets are made of recycled plastic milk containers.
  14. 14. What kind of green materials can be used for green buildings?Bamboo, newspaper, glass,and plastic milk containers can be used for green buildings.
  15. 15. Vocabulary Bamboo: A tropical tree like grass.So to save forests, some green builders now use bamboo for floors instead of wood (p223)
  16. 16. Vocabulary Recycled: A used object, used again.Many other parts of buildings can be made of recycled materials.(p223)
  17. 17. Vocabulary Ceiling: the overhead inside lining of a room.At the Chicago Center for Green Technology, the ceiling tiles are made of newspaper. (p223)
  18. 18. Here are some famous ceilings from around the world!
  19. 19. Vocabulary Container: Something for holding goods.The walls between the toilets are made of recycled plastic milk containers. (p223)
  20. 20. Vocabulary Instead of: In place of.To save some forests, some green builders now use bamboo for floors instead of wood. (p223)
  21. 21. Vocabulary Meet demand: To supply.There isn’t enough fresh water to meet demand. (Top of p223)
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