Let’s ExploreUnit 2 Lesson 3                                2nd GradeCreated by Mrs. Perez-Vasquez
Vocabulary and DefinitionsContent Standard:Reading: Vocabulary and ConceptDevelopment 1.0Learning Objective:Today, you wil...
Vocabulary DefinitionsCarefully read the word and thedefinition.The definition provides anexplanation of the word.
DefinitionsThe definition helps youunderstand the meaning of aword.To find the definition of a word, aperson may use a dic...
Selection VocabularyDull    sensing     attractFlash   danger markingsFussy            cycleGrasshoppers    antennae
GrasshoppersDefinition: Plural ofgrasshopper: an insectwith long, powerfullegs for jumping.A grasshopper canjump twenty ti...
Grasshoppers
AntennaeDefinition: Plural ofantenna: an insectfeeler.Grasshoppers use theirantennae to touch andsmell.
FussyDefinition: Hard toplease.Most grasshoppersaren’t fussy aboutwhat plants theyeat. Any greenplants will do.
DullDefinition: Not brightThe pair of colorfulwings are usuallyhidden by anotherpair of dull, outerwings.
SensingDefinition : Feeling.Thegrasshopper’s bigeyes help seethings coming upbehind it.
AttractDefinition: To drawattentionMale grasshoppersmake a buzzing soundwhen they are tryingto attract a mate .
FlashDefinition: A quick,short burst of light.When a grasshopperflies, its enemies see abright flash.
DangerDefinition: Somethingthat may cause harmor injury.Earthquakes are areal danger inCalifornia.
MarkingsDefinition: Plural ofmarking: a patch ofcolor.After a few hours afterhatching, the color andmarkings appear onthe ...
CycleDefinition: A repeatedsequence of events.The life cycle ofgrasshopperstarts with theegg stage.
CycleDefinition: A repeatedsequence of events.The grasshopperlike the ant andother insects hasa life cycle.
CycleDefinition: A repeatedsequence of events.The eggs livethru winter andhatch in thespring. A youngnymph comes out.
CycleDefinition: A repeatedsequence of events.The eggs livethru winter andhatch in thespring. A youngnymph comes out.
MoltingDefinition: Periodicshedding of the outerskin.Molting is when thegrasshopper’s shellcracks off because itis too sma...
MoltingAs the grasshoppergrows the shell getstoo small and cracksoff. A new biggercovering isunderneath theold covering.
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Selection VocabularyDull    sensing     attractFlash   danger markingsFussy            cycleGrasshoppers    antennae
Concept VocabularyThe concept word for this lesson is           Nature
NatureDefinition:Nature is “everything in theworld not made bypeople.” Nature includesplants, animals, andinsects.
Concept Vocabulary        NatureWhat kind of things fromnature can you find outside?
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    1. 1. Let’s ExploreUnit 2 Lesson 3 2nd GradeCreated by Mrs. Perez-Vasquez
    2. 2. Vocabulary and DefinitionsContent Standard:Reading: Vocabulary and ConceptDevelopment 1.0Learning Objective:Today, you will read the selectionvocabulary and definitions.
    3. 3. Vocabulary DefinitionsCarefully read the word and thedefinition.The definition provides anexplanation of the word.
    4. 4. DefinitionsThe definition helps youunderstand the meaning of aword.To find the definition of a word, aperson may use a dictionary or aglossary.
    5. 5. Selection VocabularyDull sensing attractFlash danger markingsFussy cycleGrasshoppers antennae
    6. 6. GrasshoppersDefinition: Plural ofgrasshopper: an insectwith long, powerfullegs for jumping.A grasshopper canjump twenty timesthe length of hisbody.
    7. 7. Grasshoppers
    8. 8. AntennaeDefinition: Plural ofantenna: an insectfeeler.Grasshoppers use theirantennae to touch andsmell.
    9. 9. FussyDefinition: Hard toplease.Most grasshoppersaren’t fussy aboutwhat plants theyeat. Any greenplants will do.
    10. 10. DullDefinition: Not brightThe pair of colorfulwings are usuallyhidden by anotherpair of dull, outerwings.
    11. 11. SensingDefinition : Feeling.Thegrasshopper’s bigeyes help seethings coming upbehind it.
    12. 12. AttractDefinition: To drawattentionMale grasshoppersmake a buzzing soundwhen they are tryingto attract a mate .
    13. 13. FlashDefinition: A quick,short burst of light.When a grasshopperflies, its enemies see abright flash.
    14. 14. DangerDefinition: Somethingthat may cause harmor injury.Earthquakes are areal danger inCalifornia.
    15. 15. MarkingsDefinition: Plural ofmarking: a patch ofcolor.After a few hours afterhatching, the color andmarkings appear onthe nymph.
    16. 16. CycleDefinition: A repeatedsequence of events.The life cycle ofgrasshopperstarts with theegg stage.
    17. 17. CycleDefinition: A repeatedsequence of events.The grasshopperlike the ant andother insects hasa life cycle.
    18. 18. CycleDefinition: A repeatedsequence of events.The eggs livethru winter andhatch in thespring. A youngnymph comes out.
    19. 19. CycleDefinition: A repeatedsequence of events.The eggs livethru winter andhatch in thespring. A youngnymph comes out.
    20. 20. MoltingDefinition: Periodicshedding of the outerskin.Molting is when thegrasshopper’s shellcracks off because itis too small.
    21. 21. MoltingAs the grasshoppergrows the shell getstoo small and cracksoff. A new biggercovering isunderneath theold covering.
    22. 22. 23
    23. 23. Selection VocabularyDull sensing attractFlash danger markingsFussy cycleGrasshoppers antennae
    24. 24. Concept VocabularyThe concept word for this lesson is Nature
    25. 25. NatureDefinition:Nature is “everything in theworld not made bypeople.” Nature includesplants, animals, andinsects.
    26. 26. Concept Vocabulary NatureWhat kind of things fromnature can you find outside?

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