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4th,Gr4,Unit6,vocabulary,ppt,powerpoints,treasures,treasures reading,by JanisDavis

4th,Gr4,Unit6,vocabulary,ppt,powerpoints,treasures,treasures reading,by JanisDavis

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  • 1. Meet a Bone-ified Explorer
    Unit 6 Week 3Vocabulary
  • 2. stumbled upon- found by accident
    I Can’t believe I stumbled upon such a great sale!
    When something is stumbled upon, it is found by accident.
    We stumbled upon the cave while riding our bikes.
    Tell about a time you stumbled upon something interesting.
  • 3. inspected- looked at closely
    If something is inspected, it is looked at closely.
    I inspected all the eggs in the carton.
    What are some places or items that might be inspected?
  • 4. fossil- the remains of a plant or animal that lived long ago and was preserved in rocks
    A fossil is the remains of a plant or animal that lived long ago.
    We were excited to find a fossil of a seashell.
    Where are you likely to find a fossil?
  • 5. Paleontologist- a scientist who studies fossils
    A paleontologiststudies fossils.
    A paleontologist may work at a natural history museum.
    How is a paleontologist like and not like a detective?

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