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  • The book is called The Indus Valley Civilization.
  • My name is Ella Warner and I'm in Mrs. Bratton's homeroom
  • The author is Brice Williams.
  • The first title I read in this book was: What were Indus Houses like? Well I'll tell you.
  • Chapter 1: What Were Indus Houses like?
  • That is really interesting!
  • The houses had flat roofs. The houses were made out of timber and mud bricks. They also had no windows which helped a lot when it was hot.
  • So, tell me some of the vocabulary that you learned while reading this book
  • I also learned what soak pits means. They are pits that you can put soaked water in.
  • well, one of the words I learned was reeds, and it is a plant. I also learned what plastered means, it means when you slather something on something else.
  • Chapter 1 Vocabulary
  • This next chapter is what people did for fun! The children had a lot of fun playing with their toys. They also liked to play games and sports.
  • Chapter 2: What Did Indus Valley People Do for Fun?
  • That sounds fun! I wish I lived in the Indus Valley time period.
  • some vocabulary I learned was preserved which means kept, netted means a bag of strong thread used to catch fish, birds or other animals. Also terra-cotta is made of or having a color terra-cotta.
  • Chapter 2 Vocabulary
  • Wow that is really impressive. I am glad you told me so now I know what those words mean.
  • After the book I looked at the timeline. Did you know that Mesopotamia and Egypt both started civilizations, also in britain whenever they stated building stone henge Egyptians were building pyramids?
  • I didn't know that you have taught me so much. You must have learned a lot from this book.
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