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The Astrona ut and the Onion MacMillan/McGraw- Hill Treasures 4th Grade – Unit 1 – Week 4 Created by Teresa Wilson – Desert Palms Elem. – July 2010 Vocabulary The font for this presentation is Grinched, and can be downloaded for free at
Something that is endless has no limit or end. What is an antonym for endless? Endless Weather is an endless event because it never comes to an end.
Realistic means seeing things as they are. How are you realistic and not realistic? Realistic You might want to become a rock star, but finishing school is a more realistic goal.
The universe is everything that exists, including Earth, other planets, stars, and space. What are the most well-known objects in the universe? Universe The universe is so large that things in space are often very far apart.
An astronaut is someone who is trained to fly in a spacecraft. Have you read about any other famous astronauts? Astronaut Mae Jemison was the first African American female astronaut.
Being sensible means having good judgment. What is a synonym for sensible? Sensible If you are biking, wearing a helmet is sensible.
When you complaine d about somethin g, you protested. What are some things you have protested? Protested When the boys got to leave early, the girls protested.
Someone who is paralyzed is made powerless or helpless. What situations might make someone feel paralyzed? Paralyzed Eric was so nervous about his speech, he felt paralyzed.
Pennants are long, narrow flags shaped like triangles. Where else might you find pennants? Pennants The fans waved pennants at the football game.