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Fly Traps! Plants that Bite Back By: Martin Jenkins Skill: Graphic Sources Genre: Narrative Nonfiction Authors Purpose: inform.

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2 Fly Traps! Plants that Bite Back By: Martin Jenkins Skill: Graphic Sources Genre: Narrative Nonfiction Authors Purpose: inform

3 Words to Know collect hinge insects pitcher plants trap

4 More Words to Know bladderwort carnivorous chemicals dissolve flytrap

5 collect gather together

6 hinge a joint on which a cover or lid moves back and forth

7 insects small animals without backbones with bodies divided into three parts

8 pitcher a container for holding liquids

9 plants living things that can make their own food

10 trap a thing or means for catching animals

11 I filled the pitcher with water.

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13 The insects, or small animals without backbones, crawled onto the flower.

14 The insects, or small animals without backbones, crawled onto the flower.

15 The door does not work because of the rusty hinge.

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17 I used a trap to catch the mouse that was keeping me awake at night.

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19 You need to collect Food City receipts.

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21 Add Miracle Grow to your plants to make them grow larger.

22 Add Miracle grow to your plants to make them grower larger.

23 Lets review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment. We will clap as we spell the word.

24 collect

25 plants

26 pitcher

27 insects

28 hinge

29 trap

30 Spelling Words Compound Words himself afternoon everything grandmother homework outside barefoot bedroom butterfly grandfather everybody backyard popcorn everyone anyone

31 Review Questions p What is the narrators interest? 2.How does the bladderwort set its traps? 3. What makes the bladderworts trap door open? 4. Why are the shiny parts of the sundew sticky like honey? 5. What are the most important facts you have learned so far about carnivorous plants?

32 Review Questions p What is the biggest type of sundew? 2. What do carnivorous plants not like? 3. Why doesnt the Venus flytrap not eat the ant? 4.How does the diagram on page 152 help the reader? 5. How is a pitcher plant like and unlike a cobra lily? 6. Whose life is the narrator writing about?

33 GREAT JOB!


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