Answers to Spike's Activity Page

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Wild Science Mentions of Matter
  1. Remember the three states of matter? Write them here: Liquid, Solid, Gas
  2. Find at least once when we mentioned each state of matter in the section called, "Freshwater Wetlands."
    • Example of a liquid: WATER
    • Example of a solid: ANSWERS WILL VARY
    • Example of a gas: OXYGEN
  3. Find at least once when we mentioned each state of matter in the section called, "Coastal Wetlands."
    • Example of a liquid: WATER
    • Example of a solid: ANSWERS WILL VARY
    • Example of a gas: OXYGEN
Wild Language Arts
  1. How many times did we use the homophones too & to? Give an example of how you use each word in a sentence. Use one of our sentences or your own. TO = 22 TOO = 1
    If your number is one higher than ours, you may have included the words in this activity.
  2. How many times did we use the homophones their & there ? Given an example of how you use each word in a sentence. Use one of our sentences or your own. THEIR = 7 THERE = 2
    If your number is one higher than ours, you may have included the words in this activity. Also, we did not include “Keeping it Wild” in our count.
  3. How many compound words can you find in what you read about wetlands?
    (Remember: A compound word is two words put together to make a new word, like "wet + land = wetland") WETLAND/WETLANDS = 23 times (not including this activity)
    FRESHWATER = 11
    SOMETIMES = 2 (Includes “Keeping it Wild”)
    UNDERWATER = 2
    These others 1 time each: SUPERMARKET, AWESOME, , MOUTHPARTS, SIDEWAYS, SPRINGTIME, SEAGRASS

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