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Penguin Chick

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Transcript of Penguin Chick

Penguin Chick
by Betty Tatham

Penguin Chick
Genre: Expository Nonfiction
Vocabulary Words
cuddles
flippers
frozen
hatch
life cycle
pecks
preen
snuggles
Essential Question
How have animals adapted to solve the problems of their environment?
Comprehension Skill:
Main Idea and Details
The main idea is the most important idea about the topic.
Supporting details are small pieces of information. They tell about the main idea.
A graphic organizer will help you organize information as you read.
Expository nonfiction
gives information about the real world. In this story, you will read facts about emperor penguins.
Main Idea
Detail
Detail
Detail
cuddles
to lie close and comfortably
curl up
hold close and tenderly
flippers
flippers
one of the broad, flat body parts used for swimming by animals such as seals and penguins
hardened with cold
turned into ice
hatch
to come out of an egg
frozen
pecks
to strike with the beak in a quick, short motion
preen
to smooth or arrange the feathers with the beak
snuggles
to lie closely and comfortably together
hold closely for warmth, protection, or affection
cuddle, nestle
Watch the penguin flap its flippers.
Watch this baby penguin hatch from its egg.
Watch this woodpecker peck a tree.
Watch this bird preen its feathers.
life cycle
the way a living thing grows and changes throughout the stages in its life
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