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4th Grade Reading - The Great Kapok Tree
Terms in this set (36)
The rain forest is a world filled with
A fantasy is a
It is always _______ in the rain forest
The tops of the trees in the rain forest are called
The animals that live in the canopy like lots of
Name to animals that live in the canopy
monkey and parrot
The bottom of the rain forest is called the
The animals that live in the understory like
The great ________ shoots up through the forest and emerges above the canopy.
Why did the creatures watch the two mean and wondered why they had come?
to see what they were about to do
Why did one of the men point at the tree?
to cut it down
The ____ and hum of the forest lulled him to sleep.
What is a boa constrictor?
Which creature said I fly from tree to tree and flower to flower collecting pollen.
What does the bee do to the trees and flowers in the forest?
Who was the first animal to talk in the sleeping man's ear?
What did the monkeys say the forest will become when the heavy rains come and wash the soil away?
The toucan and macaw said they seen what happens once you begin to chop down the trees, people
settle on land
The toucan said peopole clear the underbrush by
Who had the squeaky voice
The tree frog said many lives would be ruined and you will leave many of us
The jaguar had been sleeping on a branch in the middle of the tree unnoticed because he lives in
The jaguar didn't want the trees cut down because he wouldn't be able to find his
Trees are not only a home to animals but they also provide _____ for humans
Why did the sloth take so long to get to the man?
who came before the man woke up?
What did the man do with the ax before leaving the rain forest?
Name two countries that have rain forest?
Africa and South America
To go with a sliding motion
Having or giving off a pleasant odor; sweet smelling
a fine yellowish powder released from the anthers of flowers
to carry pollen from anthers to pistils; bring pollen to
the uppermost layer of rain forest trees
to hang and swing loosely
marked with spots; spotted