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Open Court Vocabulary for “Dinosaur Fossils” Genre: Expository Text
fossils Fossils are what are left of a plant or animal that lived a long time ago. ( hardened remains of an animal or plant that lived long ago )
hardened Some fossils are hardened footprints and some are hardened plant imprints. ( became solid )
extinct Scientists must learn about dinosaurs from fossils because dinosaurs are extinct. ( no longer living )
scientists Some scientists, people who study things in a careful way, dig for fossils. They are called paleontologists. ( people who study things in nature )
difficult Putting a dinosaur skeleton together is difficult when some of the bones are missing. ( not easy )
Word Knowledge Dinosaur Fossils Open Court Anthology Grade 2.
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1. 6.Fossils 2 3 Fossils are usually found in sedimentary rock Vocabulary fossils The remains or the imprint of a plant or animal that died long ago.
DINOSAURS WHERE DID THEY GO? Dinosaurs What do we know about them? Dinosaurs lived on earth more than 215 million years ago They lived in most parts.
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Remains of once living organisms. Form from decay and are buried by sediment. Sediment hardens into rock and preserves the shape of the organisms.
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An exciting prospect in speculative fiction.. Dinosaurs were gigantic reptiles that existed some hundreds of millions of years ago. Some ate plants, others.
By Nathan Smith. * We have been reading about fossil hunters and searching for fossils. These are some of the things we have learned.
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erosion all the natural processes that wear away earth and rock.
Vocabulary Fossil Terms March 10-14, mold The shape of a once-living thing left in sediment when rock formed.
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mold fossils - a fossilized impression made in the substrate - a negative image of the organism cast fossils - formed when a mold is filled in FOUR.
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By Mariyam. Some believe it was specially created. Some scientist believe that life formed because of the chemical reactions billions of years ago.
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