BigBook-Book 4 (E)
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after
later in time
He went home to Geppetto and lived happily ever after.
carve
to cut something into a form
One day, he received a talking log from a neighbor and he carved the log into a wooden boy.
cat
a mammal with fur, claws, and whiskers often kept as a pet
Instead of taking the money to Geppetto, Pinocchio met with a fox and a pet
convince
to persuade
The show manager wanted to kill Pinocchio, but Pinocchio convinced the manager to let him go.
donkey
an animal used for riding or work
One time, Pinocchio turned into a donkey.
fairy
a supernatural being with special powers
A fairy came to help Pinocchio.
fox
an animal with pointy ears and a bushy tail
Instead of taking the money to Geppetto, Pinocchio met with a fox and a cat.
kiss
to press one's lips to the lips or skin of another
That night, the fairy kissed Pinocchio in a dream.
lie
something untrue that is said to deceive someone
Pinocchio was full of playfulness and his nose grew each time he told a lie.
log
a part of a tree trunk
One day, he received a talking log from a neighbor and he carved the log into a wooden boy.
manager
someone who is in charge of a business
The manager gave Pinocchio money to give to Geppetto.
puppet
a figure representing a person or animal that is moved by one's hand or hands
Geppetto was a poor man who made puppets.
real
not fake
Still, Pinocchio hoped to become a real boy.
snail
a small animal that lives in a shell that it carries on its back
He met a snail who said the fairy needed help.
steal
to take something secretly
The fox and cat tried to steal Pinocchio’s money but he escaped into a forest.
debate
to discuss or argue
Researchers have debated about which images are most important.
describe
to give an account in written or spoken words
They were mainly used to tell legends or to describe events.
image
a visible likeness of a person, animal or thing
The carvings on totem poles contain images of people, animals, and events.
least
lowest in consideration
Some believe images on the bottom of the poles are the least important.
legend
a story handed down from earlier times
They were mainly used to tell legends or to describe events.
mainly
for the most part
They were mainly used to tell legends or to describe events.
mark
to give attention to
Totem poles also marked important families.
North America
the northern continent in the Western hemisphere
Totem poles were created by native people from the northwestern part of North America.
religious
having to do with religion or something sacred
Originally, some people believed totem poles were religious symbols.
researcher
a person who investigates a subject
researchers have debated about which images are most important.
saying
a word or phrase commonly used by a group of people
Have you heard the saying, "A problem shared is a problem halved"?
someday
at an unknown time in the future
Maybe you will see a totem pole someday!
tall
having a great height
Because totem poles are tall, the images are on top of each other.
tell
to announce or proclaim
They were mainly used to tell legends or to describe events.
abundance
a plentiful quantity of supply
Log cabins became popular in America because of the abundance of trees.
apartment
a room or rooms in a large building used for living in
Is it an apartment?
cabin
a small, simple house made of wood
A famous style of American home is the log cabin.
durable
long-lasting
Log cabins are also very durable.
home
a shelter used for living in
What is your home like?
keep
to maintain
However, log cabins also became popular because they are easy to keep warm.
lots
a great amount
These countries have lots of trees.
postcard
a printed card with a picture on one side and space for writing on the other side
United States visitors can purchase postcards and posters of log cabins.
poster
a large placard put in public places
United States visitors can purchase postcards and posters of log cabins.
purchase
to buy
United States visitors can purchase postcards and posters of log cabins.
raise
to bring up
Many famous Americans were born and raised in log cabins.
Switzerland
a country in central Europe
People from switzerland and Germany were used to making homes out of logs.
warm
having a moderate amount of heat
However, log cabins also became popular because they are easy to keep warm.
wind
a natural movement of air outside
They can withstand bad weather and heavy winds.
withstand
withstand
They can withstand bad weather and heavy winds.
boat
a vessel used for transport on water
Bob and Sue had two boats.
celebration
a party with festivities
Bob and Sue wanted to have a celebration with their friends.
deliver
to carry and turn over something to others
Therefore, Sue knew she had to make 7 trips to deliver all the sandwiches.
divide
to split a whole into parts
Bob divided 70 into 280.
figure out
to solve
So, Bob and Sue needed to figure out how to transport their friends to the island.
guest
a person who spends time at another's home or event for a social activity
They also needed to present a meal for their guests.
in charge
having control of
Sue was in charge of transporting the food.
invite
to ask someone to attend your event
Bob and Sue invited 280 people to their party.
meal
food served or eaten at breakfast, lunch, or dinner
They also needed to present a meal for their guests.
meanwhile
at the same time
meanwhile, Sue needed to figure out how many trips she had to take to bring 280 sandwiches to the island.
present
to offer
They also needed to present a meal for their guests.
sandwich
two or more slices of bread with a layer of meat or cheese or spread
They also decided to serve one sandwich to each of their friends.
schedule
to plan for a certain date
The party was scheduled to be on an island.
transport
to carry something from one place to another
So, Bob and Sue needed to figure out how to transport their friends to the island.
trip
a journey
So, Bob had to figure out how many trips he had to make to transport all 280 friends to the island.
able
having the power or skill to do something
Using a bar graph, Frank was able to see how the population of wolves has grown over time.
almost
very nearly
Once, wolves were almost extinct in America, but recently, the number of wolves has multiplied in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming.
axis
a central line cutting through a two-dimensional figure
The bottom line, or x-axis, runs across a page, while the y-axis runs up and down the page.
bar
a solid, rectangle-shaped block
After collecting the new data, Frank drew a bar graph.
comparison
a likening between things
A bar graph shows comparisons and how information changes over time.
data
individual facts
After collecting the new data, Frank drew a bar graph.
extinct
no longer in existence
Once, wolves were almost extinct in America, but recently, the number of wolves has multiplied in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming.
graph
a diagram showing connections or relationships
After collecting the new data, Frank drew a bar graph.
line
a mark that is long and thin
A bar graph has two lines.
multiply
to grow in number
Once, wolves were almost extinct in America, but recently, the number of wolves has multiplied in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming.
over
during
Using a bar graph, Frank was able to see how the population of wolves has grown over time.
page
one side of a piece of paper in a printed work
I could not finish the last page of the book.
recently
not long in the past
Once, wolves were almost extinct in America, but recently, the number of wolves has multiplied in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming.
wildlife
animals that live in the wild
Frank studies wildlife in the United States.
wolf
a large, wild mammal of the dog family
A(n) wolf is a large dog that is wild and is usually black or gray.
award
to give a prize to someone or something
In 1931, she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and she died just four years later.
bathhouse
a building with swimming pools and bathing areas
Classes were offered to those living in Hull House and the house also had an art gallery, gym, bathhouse, and library.
class
a place for exercise
classes were offered to those living in Hull House and the house also had an art gallery, gym, bathhouse, and library.
doctor
a person who gives medical treatment
At first, Jane wanted to be a doctor, but poor health prevented her from finishing her studies.
gym
a place for exercise
Classes were offered to those living in Hull House and the house also had an art gallery, gym, bathhouse, and library.
health
the condition of the body or mind
At first, Jane wanted to be a doctor, but poor health prevented her from finishing her studies.
influence
to affect
In 1860, a girl was born who would grow up to influence ideas of peace and social issues.
issue
a matter
In 1860, a girl was born who would grow up to influence ideas of peace and social issues.
peace
a condition of no war or conflict
In 1860, a girl was born who would grow up to influence ideas of peace and social issues.
prevent
to keep from occurring
At first, Jane wanted to be a doctor, but poor health prevented her from finishing her studies.
relax
to rest and enjoy oneself
Residents of settlement houses eat, learn, and relax together.
remainder
something that is left
Jane spent the remainder of her life running Hull House.
resident
a person who dwells in a place
residents of settlement houses eat, learn, and relax together.
settlement
a collection of dwellings forming a community
This was a settlement house.
studies
courses taken for examination
At first, Jane wanted to be a doctor, but poor health prevented her from finishing her studies.
accurate
correct, true
You have to be very accurate if you want to hit the center of the target.
cattle
domesticated bovine animals as a group
He was great at riding horses and roping cattle.
contest
a game in which people compete against each other
One day, he won a horse in a contest.
cowboy
a worker who rides on horseback and tends cattle
Do you like stories about cowboys?
gun
a weapon that shoots a bullet
Nat was also a great marksman, which meant he could shoot a gun very accurately.
impress
to arouse interest or approval
The tribe was so impressed by Nat’s bravery and skills that they did not harm him.
marksman
a person who shoots a gun well
Nat was also a great marksman, which meant he could shoot a gun very accurately.
plantation
an area used to grow crops
Nat Love was born into slavery and he grew up on a plantation in Tennessee.
pony
a small horse
Nat escaped by stealing a pony and riding away.
porter
a person who carries luggage
Later in life, Nat worked as a porter on steam trains.
ride
to sit on and be carried by a horse
He was great at riding horses and roping cattle.
rope
to catch an animal with a lasso
He was great at riding horses and roping cattle.
slavery
the owning and keeping of slaves
Nat Love was born into slavery and he grew up on a plantation in Tennessee.
success
a favorable result
Because of his success, people called him "Deadwood Dick."
win
to gain something through a victory
One day, he won a horse in a contest.
appearance
the physical look of something
Why would this creature develop such an unusual appearance?
careful
cautious
However, if you don’t look carefully, you may think it’s a piece of seaweed!
disguise
to make the appearance different
It did so in order to be disguised.
dragon
a mythical monster that breathes fire
It has a long nose and a face like a dragon.
enough
as much as necessary
However, when it gets close enough, it can catch a tasty fish and eat it!
leafy
appearing to have many leaves
A leafy seadragon, of course!
limb
a part that extends from the trunk of a body
This is because the leafy seadragon has flowing limbs that look like leaves on a plant.
pipefish
a long, bony fish with a tubelike nose
A leafy seadragon is related to the seahorse and pipefish.
relate
to have a relationship to
A leafy seadragon is related to the seahorse and pipefish.
seahorse
a small fish with body parts like a horse
A leafy seadragon is related to the seahorse and pipefish.
sneak up
to come up on something unseen
For example, a leafy seadragon can sneak up on creatures it likes to eat by acting like a piece of floating seaweed.
such
to an extreme degree
Why would this creature develop such an unusual appearance?
tasty
delicious
However, when it gets close enough, it can catch a tasty fish and eat it!
unlike
not similar
However, unlike a pipefish or seahorse, the leafy seadragon’s limbs make it look like a plant.
agent
a representative of an organization
Some FBI agents are given dogs to help find lost persons.
bark
to make a sharp doglike noise
When a dog finds a person, it is trained to lie down and bark.
breed
a group of animals from the same ancestor
Certain dogs are also easily trained, like German Shepherds, and this breed is commonly used to locate people.
bureau
an agency for collecting information
The FBI stands for the Federal bureau of Investigation.
collapse
to fall down
People may be trapped inside collapsed buildings.
disaster
an event that causes great harm
People become missing when disasters strike, such as during earthquakes.
investigation
a careful search
The FBI stands for the Federal Bureau of investigation.
match
to put together
An FBI agent is matched with a dog.
missing
lost
One task of this organization is to find missing people.
rescue
to save from harm
So, the FBI sends in a search and rescue dog to find people.
stand for
to be a symbol for
The FBI stands for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
strike
to make a forceful contact
People become missing when disasters strike, such as during earthquakes.
task
job
One task of this organization is to find missing people.
train
to subject to exercises
In America, special dogs are trained to help the FBI.
useful
helpful
Why do you think dogs are useful for finding missing persons?
advancement
an act of moving forward
As farming spread, advancements were made.
berry
a small, juicy fruit
Prior to farming, humans killed animals for meat and gathered berries and other plants for food.
canal
an artificial waterway for irrigation
During the Bronze Age, people used irrigation canals to water plants.
control
to hold in check
Fertilizers help plants to grow and they control pests.
cultivation
the act of planting, tending and harvesting
Farming is the cultivation of plants.
development
progress
Farming has gone through many changes in its development.
early
during the first part of a period of time
However, early farming goes back more than ten thousand years ago.
irrigation
the application of water on crops
During the Bronze Age, people used irrigation canals to water plants.
machinery
machines in general
Modern farming uses machinery.
modern
pertaining to recent times
modern farming uses machinery.
ox
a large animal in the cattle family used for farm work
During the Classical Period, plows were developed and pulled by oxen or horses.
pest
a troublesome thing or creature
Fertilizers help plants to grow and they control pests.
plow
to turn up soil
Have you watched a farmer plow his field?
prior
preceding in time
prior to farming, humans killed animals for meat and gathered berries and other plants for food.
tractor
a large vehicle used for pulling farm equipment
Was he driving a tractor?
advice
a recommendation given to guide an action
Well, some people never took their parent’s advice!
butter
the fatty part of milk used as a spread
Candy, vegetables, and even butter have been used to make works of art.
celebrity
a famous or well-known person
Imagine seeing your favorite celebrity’s face made out of colored candies!
Christmas
an annual Christian holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus
In America, many kids do this during christmas.
color
to give something a pigment, paint, or dye
Imagine seeing your favorite celebrity’s face made out of colored candies!
combine
to join things into a whole
Fruits and vegetables can be combined to make one image, or images can be carved into the skins.
decoration
something used for adornment
The houses are used for decoration, and for eating!
edible
fit to be eaten
Food art is artwork made from edible materials.
gingerbread
a type of bread flavored with ginger and molasses
Children build gingerbread houses.
glue
to join
You can glue pieces of cereal and candy onto a piece of paper to make your own image!
inspire
to influence
Are you inspired to make your own food art?
jelly bean
a small, brightly-colored candy shaped like a bean
Another artist creates famous faces out of thousands of jelly beans.
paintbrush
an instrument used to apply paint
Some artists choose to make artwork with food instead of paintbrushes and paints.
skin
an external covering
Fruits and vegetables can be combined to make one image, or images can be carved into the skins.
vegetable
any plant with parts used as food
Candy, vegetables, and even butter have been used to make works of art.
adventure
an exciting or dangerous experience
Don Quixote set off on his horse to find adventure.
beat
to strike physically
However, as soon as Don rode away, the boy was beaten by his master.
change
to switch from one thing to another
Alonso wanted to become a knight, so he got a suit of armor and changed his name to Don Quixote.
chivalry
the rules of becoming a knight
Alonso read books about chivalry, which tells a person how to become a knight.
dish
a shallow container that you serve food in
During the evening, Don laid his armor in a horse’s water dish.
harm
damage
Don Quixote finally realized his adventures were causing harm.
inn
a small hotel
He rode to an inn, which he believed was a castle.
knight
a soldier from the Middle Ages
Alonso read books about chivalry, which tells a person how to become a knight.
realize
to come to know
Don Quixote finally realized his adventures were causing harm.
set off
to begin traveling in a particular direction
Don Quixote set off on his horse to find adventure.
silly
foolish
Don Quixote had many more adventures, but in all of them, he was defeated or made to feel silly.
suit
a set of clothing
Alonso wanted to become a knight, so he got a suit of armor and changed his name to Don Quixote.
tie
to bind with string or rope
Next, Don Quixote found a boy tied to a tree.
windmill
a machine that catches wind to pump water
They were a set of windmills.
actor
a person who plays a role
Some or all of the actors’ lines are sung instead of said.
cast
a selection of actors
There is also lots of dancing involving the whole cast of characters.
drama
an art form dealing with the writing and production of plays
A musical is a form of drama that includes elements of singing and dancing.
element
one component of a whole
A musical is a form of drama that includes elements of singing and dancing.
entertain
to amuse
Musicals are very entertaining.
fame
widespread reputation
What do "Cats," "Fame," "West Side Story," and "Phantom of the Opera" have in common?
involve
to include as necessary
There is also lots of dancing involving the whole cast of characters.
longest
having the most extensive length
It’s the longest running musical and it’s shown all over the world.
musical
a form of drama featuring singing and dancing
They are all musicals!
opera
a form of drama in which all parts are sung
What do "Cats," "Fame," "West Side Story," and "Phantom of the opera" have in common?
phantom
a ghost
What do "Cats," "Fame," "West Side Story," and "Phantom of the Opera" have in common?
street
a road
This is a street in New York City that became famous for its musicals.
sure
certain
If you love theater, music and dancing, be sure to see a musical someday!
theater
a form of art involving a stage and actors
Musicals are a live form of theater, performed on a stage, with the characters singing and dancing together.
army
a group of people trained for war
When the Trojans pulled the horse into the city, the warriors could leap out and open the gates so the Greek army could enter.
bear
to bring forth
One man said, "Beware of Greeks bearing gifts."
behind
remaining in a place that has been left by others
When the Trojans came out to meet Sinon, he told them a story.
beware
to be cautious
One man said, "Beware of Greeks bearing gifts."
Bronze Age
a period of history after the Stone Age and before the Iron Age
During the Bronze Age, Greece and Troy were at war, until a Greek warrior, Odysseus, had an idea.
enter
to go in
When the Trojans pulled the horse into the city, the warriors could leap out and open the gates so the Greek army could enter.
gift
something that is given to another person
One man said, "Beware of Greeks bearing gifts."
hide
to conceal from sight
However, Odysseus’ real plan was to hide thirty Greek warriors inside the However, Odysseus’ real plan was to hide thirty Greek warriors inside the
leap
to spring through the air
When the Trojans pulled the horse into the city, the warriors could leap out and open the gates so the Greek army could enter.
meet
to come upon
When the Trojans came out to meet Sinon, he told them a story.
plan
an agreed upon method for doing something
The plan was to trick the Trojans into believing the wooden horse was a gift.
story
a narrative that tells of events
When the Trojans came out to meet Sinon, he told them a story.
suspect
to have doubts of
Some Trojans suspected a trap.
warning
caution
However, the Trojans paid no attention to the warning.
candle
a piece of wax with a wick used to give off light
One night, Psyche held a candle over Cupid’s face while he slept.
disobey
to refuse to follow orders
Angered, he left Psyche for disobeying him.
forever
for an endless time
He allowed Psyche to live forever so she could be with Cupid again.
god
a deity in charge of worldly affairs
Cupid is the Roman god of love.
human
a person
However, she was jealous of a beautiful human, Psyche.
love
a feeling of strong affection for a person
Cupid is the Roman god of love.
obey
to follow the command of someone
Psyche loved Cupid and was happy to obey him.
person
a human being
Angered, Venus told Cupid to make Psyche fall in love with an ugly person.
scratch
to mark the surface by scraping
As Cupid was sneaking up on Psyche, he scratched himself with an arrow.
search
to carefully look for someone
Psyche searched for Cupid until the god, Jupiter, felt bad for her.
shoot
to send forth an object
Cupid caused people to fall in love by shooting them with arrows.
sister
a female sibling
However, Psyche’s two sisters made her believe Cupid was a monster.
sneak
to go in a stealthy way
As Cupid was sneaking up on Psyche, he scratched himself with an arrow.
ugly
unattractive
Angered, Venus told Cupid to make Psyche fall in love with an ugly person.
while
during the time that
One night, Psyche held a candle over Cupid’s face while he slept.
beat
to make a regular movement, like one needed to pump blood
Can you feel your heart beating?
carry
to contain and direct the flow of something
Blood carries oxygen and nutrients to all parts of the body.
chest
the part of the body between the neck and the belly
Place your hand on the left side of your chest.
fill up
to gradually add a substance until it occupies all available space
In between beats, the heart fills up with blood.
finger
the end parts of a hand
Without the heart, blood could not reach the rest of your body, like your arms, legs, fingers, and toes.
fist
a tightly-closed hand
It is a muscle that is roughly the size of a fist and its job is to pump blood to the rest of your body.
hand
the end part of an arm
Place your hand on the left side of your chest.
heart
the muscle that pumps blood through a body
Can you feel your heart beating?
lung
the breathing organ of many creatures
It then pumps that blood to the lungs.
muscle
a body tissue that can contract and produce movement
It is a muscle that is roughly the size of a fist and its job is to pump blood to the rest of your body.
out
away from a position
The left half of the heart receives blood from the lungs, and it pumps it out to other parts of the body.
part
a portion
This is because the heart acts like a pump, which is separated into two parts.
pump
to cause a liquid or gas to move through passages like arteries
It is a muscle that is roughly the size of a fist and its job is to pump blood to the rest of your body.
roughly
approximately
It is a muscle that is roughly the size of a fist and its job is to pump blood to the rest of your body.
toe
the end parts of a foot
Without the heart, blood could not reach the rest of your body, like your arms, legs, fingers, and toes.
against
in contact with
Have you ever rubbed a balloon against your hair?
balloon
a bag made of rubber with air inside of it
Have you ever rubbed a balloon against your hair?
computer
an electronic device for collecting and using data
Think about all the things you use today: computers, lights, and other electronics.
discovery
the uncovering of something previously unknown
Electricity is an essential part of our lives and the discovery of electricity played a large role in history.
electronics
devices that operate using small electrical parts
Think about all the things you use today: computers, lights, and other electronics.
flash
a brief burst of light
Lightning is the flash of light seen in the sky during thunderstorms.
form
shape or configuration
One of the main forms of electricity is lightning.
harness
to gain control of something
This device was used to harness electricity.
lightning
electricity discharged from the atmosphere
One of the main forms of electricity is lightning.
main
primary
One of the main forms of electricity is lightning.
operate
to work
All these things operate by electricity.
rod
a thin wand usually made of wood or metal
Benjamin Franklin developed an instrument called a lightning rod.
role
function
Electricity is an essential part of our lives and the discovery of electricity played a large role in history.
rub
to move something across the surface of something else
Have you ever rubbed a balloon against your hair?
straight
without any curves
Did it cause your hair to stand up straight?
advantage
benefit
He started to use this information to his advantage.
ago
before the present time
About two thousand years ago, money was created to be exchanged for goods.
barter
to trade without the use of money
Have you ever bartered?
cloth
a fabric used for garments
For example, farmers traded crops and animals in exchange for cloth from merchants.
clothing
the things that people wear to cover their bodies
In this way, the farmer had material to make clothing, and the merchant had food to eat.
crop
a plant that is grown by farmers
For example, farmers traded crops and animals in exchange for cloth from merchants.
determine
to conclude
First, each farmer must determine the value of their goods.
disadvantage
a circumstance not favorable to success
There are several advantages to using money, but there are also disadvantages.
easy
not hard to do
Another advantage is that money is easy to carry.
exchange
to give up something for something else
Before money was created, people exchanged goods.
inflation
a system that affects the value of money and the cost of goods
This is called inflation.
merchant
a fabric used for garments
For example, farmers traded crops and animals in exchange for cloth from merchants.
pig
the animal which produces pork
If you were a farmer, with only pigs to trade, it would be much harder to carry around a pig than paper money!
pretend
to imagine
The two farmers pretended as if they want to exchange eggs and wheat.
wheat
a grain used to make cereals and breads
Pretend two farmers want to exchange eggs and wheat.
census
the official process of counting the number of people in a country
Usually, it’s gathered through a census.
China
a country in East Asia
One of the earliest censuses was taken in china, more than 4000 years ago!
country
an area of land that is controlled by its own government
Do you hear reports about the people in your country?
decade
ten years in a row
In the United States, a census is taken every decade.
door
a barrier in an entranceway that opens and closes
Traditionally, people went from door to door, asking people the questions.
every
how often some repeated activity happens
In the United States, a census is taken every decade.
gender
classification of male or female
Other questions include a person’s age, gender, and nationality.
list
a series of items written together
The census is a list of questions.
nationality
the status of belonging to a particular country or nation
Other questions include a person’s age, gender, and nationality.
population
total number of people inhabiting a country
A census is the process of gathering information from a population.
process
a series of actions to some end
A census is the process of gathering information from a population.
question
something asked in order to get a reply
The man asks a lot of questions.
report
a statement describing an event or situation
Do you hear reports about the people in your country?
usually
at most times
usually, it’s gathered through a census.
vote
to make a choice for an individual in an election
Common questions include how much a person earns, how many children live in the house, and how people vote.
beach
an area of sand on the shore of a body of water
Do you think of beaches when you think of Florida?
city
a large or important town
There are many tall buildings in the city.
cypress
a type of evergreen tree with overlapping leaves
Wetlands, mangrove forests, cypress forests, pine forests, and small islands also make up the area.
fire
a process where fuel is ignited to give off heat or light
The Everglades also has fires during the dry season.
geological
related to the study of the earth
It is a very important geological area.
island
land completely surrounded by water
Wetlands, mangrove forests, cypress forests, pine forests, and small islands also make up the area.
limestone
a type of rock that contains calcium carbonate
Water from Lake Okeechobee flows across many limestone structures.
make up
to put together
Wetlands, mangrove forests, cypress forests, pine forests, and small islands also make up the area.
mangrove
a type of tropical tree
Wetlands, mangrove forests, cypress forests, pine forests, and small islands also make up the area.
near
within a short distance of something
The Everglades begins near the city of Orlando and goes to the southern tip of Florida.
portion
a part of a whole
The Everglades has cities, but another portion makes up Everglades National Park.
renew
to reestablish
The fires help keep the environment healthy by helping the plants to renew.
structure
parts arranged to make a certain form
Water from Lake Okeechobee flows across many limestone structures.
unique
unusual
Scientists and Florida officials have worked to preserve the Everglades because the area is a unique environment.
wetland
land that has wet and spongy soil
The Everglades is an area of wetlands.
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