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The Waterfall vocabulary Theme 1, Story 3 Key Vocabulary
What is a waterfall? What is a waterfall? Quiz
boulders Large, rounded rocks We set up camp on a sandy flat beside a pool in a ring of boulders. Quiz
canyon A deep valley with steep walls on both sides, formed by running water. Then we waded against the little rapids deep into the canyon. Quiz
cauldron A large pot used for boiling The waterfall roared by our ears into a great rumbling, boiling cauldron far below. Quiz
rapids A group of small waterfalls in a river where the water flows very fast. We hiked farther upstream, against little rapids, picking our way among slippery boulders. Quiz
scouted Observed or explored carefully for information. I scouted a way, alongside the falls, and then we climbed like mountain goats. Quiz
ledges Flat spaces like shelves on the sides of cliffs or rock walls. We inched our way up and up - the tips of our toes gripping thin ledges, our fingers finding cracks. Quiz
sheer Very steep I never felt more anxious - seeing my parents clinging to that sheer rock - or more proud, either. Quiz
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