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3rd Six Weeks Vocab

Vocabulary from the fourth grade third six weeks test

TermDefinition
detergent soap
graphic picture
experiment test to see how something work; usually has to do with science
moist slightly wet
illustration picture drawing
caption words under a picture that tell what the picture is about
ancient old
predict guess about the future
logically makes sense
analogy comparison
conclusion guess based on the information in the passage
excavation carefully digging up things that have been buried so they are able to be studied
opinion cannot be proven
evidence proof
stated plainly said
implied the reader has to guess based on evidence in the text
soot smoke and ashes in the air caused by a burning fire
sensory image mental picture that the reader can see, taste, touch, hear, or smell
visualize see in your mind; imagine
cause happens first
effect happens after the cause
Created by: rachelself