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Gr 4 Science Ch 4

Gr 4 Science Ch 4.2 Comprehension Check

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Where did the beetle come from? Japan
How did the beetle get here? in a nursery plant
Where does the beetle live? all states north of Georgia and east of Missouri
What does the beetle look like? about 1/2 in long with shiny green body and brown wings
Why is the beetle harmful? Its young eat plant roots
What methods are used to control the beetle? parasites and insecticides
Hummingbird, Starling, Wren, or Song Sparrow Which one likes to nest near people? wren
Hummingbird, Starling, Wren, or Song Sparrow Which one camouflages its nest? hummingbird
Hummingbird, Starling, Wren, or Song Sparrow Which one will eat Japanese beetles starling
Hummingbird, Starling, Wren, or Song Sparrow Which one can fly backward? hummingbird
Hummingbird, Starling, Wren, or Song Sparrow Which two are the best singers? wren and sparrow
Hummingbird, Starling, Wren, or Song Sparrow Which one is not a native American bird? starling
Hummingbird, Starling, Wren, or Song Sparrow Which one is attracted to red flowers? hummingbird
Hummingbird, Starling, Wren, or Song Sparrow Which one pumps its tail up and down when it flies? song sparrow
Hummingbird, Starling, Wren, or Song Sparrow Which one holds its tail straight up in the air? wren
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