Penguin Chick.


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Penguin Chick. By:Betty Tatham Sort: Informative Genuine Creator's Purpose:Inform Skill:Main Thought and Points of interest. Words to Know nestles flippers solidified lid pecks dress cuddles. More Words to Know. rookery squid. snuggles lies close and agreeable; twists up.
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Penguin Chick By:Betty Tatham Genre: Expository Nonfiction Author’s Purpose:Inform Skill:Main Idea and Details

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Words to Know nestles flippers solidified trapdoor pecks dress cuddles

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More Words to Know rookery squid

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snuggles lies close and agreeable; twists up

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flippers wide, level body parts utilized for swimming via seals and penguins

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solidified with frosty; swung to ice

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lid to leave an egg

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pecks hits with a nose

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trim To smooth or mastermind plumes with a bill

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cuddles Lies close and serenely together; nestles

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I watched the blue winged creature dress his quills perfectly.

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I watched the blue winged animal trim his quills flawlessly.

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The infant fledgling cuddles intently to its mom to stay warm.

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The child fledgling cuddles intently to its mom to stay warm.

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An expansive piece of solidified ice severs of the icy mass.

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A substantial lump of solidified ice severs of the chunk of ice.

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All feathered creatures hatch from eggs.

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All winged creatures hatch from eggs.

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The seal uses it flippers to assist it with swimming.

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The seal uses it flippers to assist it with swimming.

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The cat cuddles near its mom and nods off.

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The cat cuddles near its mom and nods off.

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A fowls utilizes its nose to peck through the egg when it is conceived.

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A feathered creatures utilizes its bill to peck through the egg when it is conceived.

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Let’s survey our words. Watch deliberately on the grounds that they will streak on the screen for one minute. We will applaud as we spell the word.

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nestles

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solidified

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pecks

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flippers

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hatch

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cuddles

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dress

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Spelling Words

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Review Questions p. 156-160 What mainland are the penguins on? Where does the father penguin keep the egg? How the mother penguin move around ? Why do the father penguins remain nearby in a cluster?

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Review Questions p. 161-167 How do penguins “talk” to one another? Where does the father go? What is a gathering of chicks called? 8. What do webbed feet help a penguin do?

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GREAT JOB!

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