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Waterhouse Hawkins

Scott Foresman 5th grade Reading

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The work I did was in PROPORTION to the pay I received. a correct relationship between items.
The builder made the FOUNDATIONS first. supporting structures.
She entered the WORKSHOP. room where items are made.
The moemorial was ERECTED last year. built
The artist used a MOLD. hollow form
The work I did was in PROPORTION to the pay I received. a correct relationship between items.
The builder made the FOUNDATIONS first. supporting structures.
She entered the WORKSHOP. room where items are made.
The moemorial was ERECTED last year. built
The artist used a MOLD. hollow form
We TIDIED the classroom. cleaned and organized.
It was an OCCASION that everyone enjoyed. special event.
Which is a statement of opinion? "The iguanodon, then, must surely have looked like a giant iguana."
What is the MOST LIKELY reason the author wrote the selection? to persuade the reader to visit dinosaur sculptures.
What happened first in the selection? Hawkins worked on dinosaur sculptures for a New York museum.
Whay didn't people know what dinoasuars looked like in 1853? Scientists had not yet formed an image of dinosaurs fromm collected fossils.
What did Hawkins do immediately after he made a small model of an animal? He made a life-sized model.
What statement supports the main idea of the selection? In 1853, most people had no idea what a dinosaur looked like.
What statement is a true generalization about the story? Hawkins was very excited about his work.
Which statement is a statement of fact about the story? "The iguanodon, for instance, had teeth that were quite similar to the teeth of an iguana."
What is the MOST LIKELY reason the author included an "afterword" on the last page of the selection? To add an interesting conclusion about other events in Hawkin's life.
The title of the selection is THE DINOSAURS OF WATERHOUSE HAWKINS. What would also be a good title for the selection? THE AMAZING DINOSAUR BUILDER
Imagine that Hawkins wrote a note to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert after the grand opening of the museum. What sentence would be something he would probably say to them. Thank you for allowing me to have my dream come true and show the world these amazing creatures from so long ago.
Why did the crowds react the way they did when they say the dinosaurs? They were seeing huge creatures they had never seen before.
What does the author mean by this sentence, "The next months passed by in concrete, stone, and iron, as Waterhouse put the finishing touches on his dinosaurs." He was very busy while putting the finishing touches on his dinosaurs.
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