From Grapevine to Jelly Jar

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From Grapevine to Jelly Jar

From Grapevineto Jelly JarReading Tiplesson2Before you read, preview thearticle by following each stepbelow.• Read the title and headings.• Read each step in order, from1 to 5.• After reading each step, lookclosely at the picture.• Ask yourself,“What willhappen next?”• After you read, try to recallthe steps in order.Grape jelly isn’tjust mushed-upgrapes. A lothas to happento grapesbefore theybecome grapejelly. Follow thesteps to seehow grapesbecome jelly.Nonfiction Passages With Graphic Organizers for Independent Practice © Boynton & Blevins, Scholastic Teaching Resources13


STEP 1: Pick Those GrapesFirst, a farmer picks the grapes. Sometimes,farmers use machines to shake grapes offthe vine. Then, the grapes go to a factory.STEP 2: Crush Those GrapesAt the factory, the grapes are dumpedinto a machine called a hopper. Thehopper crushes the grapes. It pushesthem through a hole into a big pot.STEP 3: Cook Those GrapesThe grapes are cooked in the big pot.They are mixed with sugar and grape juice.This makes the grape jelly thick and sweet.STEP 4: Taste That Grape JellyNext, a person tastes a sample, or little bit,of the grape jelly. She makes sure it issweet enough.STEP 5: Fill ThoseJelly JarsFinally, a machine called a filler pours thejelly into jars. The jars are shipped all overthe world to stores. People will buy the jellyand eat it. Yum!14Nonfiction Passages With Graphic Organizers for Independent Practice © Boynton & Blevins, Scholastic Teaching Resources


From Grapevine to Jelly JarFill in the circle next to the correct answer.lessoncheck?.outit21. Which happens first?ABCDA kid eats a jelly sandwich.The jelly is put into jars at the factory.The grapes are crushed.Farmers pick grapes off the vine.2. What is the name of the machine that pours the jelly into jars?ABCDsamplehopperfillerpot3. Which of the following people work in the factory?ABCDhopperfarmertasterdriver4. What would happen if sugar was not added to the cooking grapes?ABCDThe grape jelly would turn green.The grape jelly would spoil.The grape jelly would get too hard to eat.The grape jelly would taste too sour.5. List the people who help make grape jelly—from grapes on the vine tojelly jars in your home.________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Nonfiction Passages With Graphic Organizers for Independent Practice © Boynton & Blevins, Scholastic Teaching Resources15


lesson!.2From Grapevine to Jelly JarThe pictures below are out of order. Put them in order by numberingthem from 1 to 6.Second, the grapes are dumpedinto a hopper and crushed.Next, a person tastes asample of the grape jelly.First, a farmer picks thegrapes.At last, the grape jelly isready to eat. Yum!Then, the filler pours thegrape jelly into jars.Then, the grapes arecooked in a big pot.Write About ItWrite the steps in another process, such as making a sandwich, cooking afavorite dish, or building something.16Nonfiction Passages With Graphic Organizers for Independent Practice © Boynton & Blevins, Scholastic Teaching Resources

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