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To Fly: The Story of the Wright BrothersFourth Grade Unit 6 Week 4
Words to Know hangars cradle glider rudder drag flex stalled
buildings for storing aircrafthangars glider drag flex cradle rudder stalled hangars buildings for storing aircraft
hangars glider drag flex cradle rudder stalled flex to bend
stopped or brought to a standstill, usually against your wishhangars glider drag flex cradle rudder stalled stalled stopped or brought to a standstill, usually against your wish
aircraft without an enginehangars glider drag flex cradle rudder stalled glider aircraft without an engine
rudder hangars glider drag flex cradle rudder stalleda flat piece of wood or metal hinged vertically to the rear end of an aircraft and used to steer it
a frame to support weighthangars glider drag flex cradle rudder stalled cradle a frame to support weight
drag hangars glider drag flex cradle rudder stalledthe force acting on an object in motion, in a direction opposite to the object’s motion.
clothesline buildingsWhich means the same thing as the underlined word? The Air Force has many hangars to store and repair aircraft. clothesline buildings
A glider is like an airplane – without an engine.Which means the same thing as the underlined word? A glider is like an airplane – without an engine. aircraft boat
resistance force Which means the same thing as the underlined word?A streamlined glider moves through the air with little drag. resistance force
She needed to flex her stiff arm slowly before exercising.Which means the same thing as the underlined word? She needed to flex her stiff arm slowly before exercising. bend fold
Wedged into a tight cradle, the pilot has to lie back while flying.Which means the same thing as the underlined word? Wedged into a tight cradle, the pilot has to lie back while flying. frame baby bed
Which means the same thing as the underlined word?The tail of the glider has a rudder, which the pilot moves to the right or to the left when making a turn. wheel board
The engine stalled before the plane fell from the sky.Which means the same thing as the underlined word? The engine stalled before the plane fell from the sky. blew up stopped
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