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Volcanoes Natures Incredible Fireworks By: David L. Harrison Genre: Expository nonfiction: Gives facts and information
Words to know beneath buried chimney earthquakes fireworks force trembles volcanoes
More Words to Know Crevice – a crack in Earths surface Collide – to crash into one another Lava – hot, melted rock that flows onto Earths surface from deep inside Earth
Beneath in a lower place; under; below
Buried Covered up; hidden
Chimney A tall, hollow column, usually made of brick, to carry away smoke from a fireplace or furnace
Earthquakes Violent shaking or shifting motion of the ground caused by the sudden movement of rock far beneath Earths surface
Fireworks Firecrackers and other things that make a loud noise or go up high in the air and burst in a shower of stars and sparks
Force Power; strength
Trembles Moves with a quick shaking motion
Volcanoes Hills or mountains built up by lava and ash around an opening in Earths crust
Many places in the world have, or a violent shaking of the ground.
The of an earthquake is so powerful that tall buildings sometimes fall to the ground.
The had lots and lots of lava flowing from its opening.
During an earthquake the ground, or shakes very quickly.
I saw smoke coming from the at the top of their house. They must have a fire in the fireplace.
There are plates that shift way down the Earths surface that cause an earthquake to happen.
The on the fourth of July were very colorful in the night sky.
The car was in the snow after the terrible blizzard we had yesterday.
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