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The Great Kapok Tree VocabularyFourth Grade Unit 3 Week 5
Words to Know canopy pollinate dangle fragrant slithered pollenwondrous
A fine, yellowish powder released from the anthers of flowerscanopy dangle dappled fragrant pollen pollinate slithered wondrous pollen A fine, yellowish powder released from the anthers of flowers
to hang and swing looselydangle canopy dangle dappled fragrant pollen pollinate slithered wondrous to hang and swing loosely
having or giving off a pleasing odor; sweet-smellingcanopy dangle dappled fragrant pollen pollinate slithered wondrous fragrant having or giving off a pleasing odor; sweet-smelling
to carry pollen from anthers to pistils; bring pollen tocanopy dangle dappled fragrant pollen pollinate slithered wondrous pollinate to carry pollen from anthers to pistils; bring pollen to
moved with a sliding motioncanopy dangle dappled fragrant pollen pollinate slithered wondrous slithered moved with a sliding motion
the uppermost layer of branches in forest treescanopy dangle dappled fragrant pollen pollinate slithered wondrous canopy the uppermost layer of branches in forest trees
wonderful; marvelous; remarkablecanopy dangle dappled fragrant pollen pollinate slithered wondrous wondrous wonderful; marvelous; remarkable
marked with spots; spottedcanopy dangle dappled fragrant pollen pollinate slithered wondrous dappled marked with spots; spotted
scenery treetops Which means the same thing as the underlined word?There are very few animals that live in the forest canopy. scenery treetops
Which means the same thing as the underlined word?It slithered across the ground. slipped limped
Which means the same thing as the underlined word?Many people have allergies related to pollen. grass from a meadow powder from a flower
handsome spotted Which means the same thing as the underlined word?A Dalmation is dappled. handsome spotted
pleasant marvelous Which means the same thing as the underlined word?What a wondrous event! pleasant marvelous
Which means the same thing as the underlined word?The baby has some toys that dangle above her head. swing jingle
Which means the same thing as the underlined word?The room had the fragrant aroma of cinnamon. scented pleasant
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