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Peanut Butter 1.Do you eat peanut butter? 2.Where did the first peanut come from? 3.Is the peanut really a nut?
Vocabulary 1.Paste- mixture of ingredients in a dough form Cookie dough is like a paste before baking. 2.manufacturers- companies that make something There are manufacturers that make peanut butter. 3.roast- to bake in the oven Peanuts are roasted at a high heat. 4.grind- to crush You have to grind up the peanut to get a paste. 5.patients- people who are in the hospital Patients like peanut butter because it is easy to eat. 6.protein- a natural substance found in meats Everyone needs some kind of protein for our bodies to work.
Comprehension 1.Why is peanut butter good for you? B- Peanuts have a lot of protein. 2.Where do peanuts come from? D- They are found under the ground. 3.Who was responsible for making the first peanut butter? B- an unknown doctor. 4.When did peanut butter start? C- 1890 5.How is peanut butter made? B- The skin is taken off and ground up into a paste. 6.Where did peanuts first come from? A-South America 7.Why was peanut butter invented in the first place? B-Patients in a hospital could not eat regular food. 8.What kind of container does peanut butter come in? C-jar
Vocabulary 1.A. paste 2.B. jar 3.B. roast 4.B. protein 5.A. jelly 6.B. patiets 1.A. a thick, creamy paste 2.B. pea 3.A. in South America
Looking for Details 1.You buy peanut butter in a jar. 2.A favorite meal is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. 3.Peanuts are very healthy for you. 4.Peanut butter started in 1890. 5.Peanut butter is a pea that is truly “American.” 6.Peanut butter is very popular with children in the United States. 7.In 1890 a doctor made some peanut butter and gave it to patients. 8.Manufacturers grind peanuts into a thick paste.
Grammar 1.You can buy peanut butter in a jar. 2.Manufacturers grind peanuts into a paste. 3.Peanuts are healthy for you. 4.Peanuts come from South America. 5.Some Americans eat peanut butter in sandwiches. 6.Children like to eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for lunch.