Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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amount measure; quantity.
bother to annoy or give trouble to.
corridor a hall or passageway.
dark having little or no light.
daylight the light of the day.
dealer a person whose job is to buy and sell.
flake a small, thin piece that has split off from or peeled off of a surface.
frost a thin, light covering of ice.
helmet a hard covering worn to protect the head.
jewelry things made of special stones and metal worn on the body for decoration. Rings, necklaces, and bracelets are some kinds of jewelry.
lay1 to put something down so that it is flat against a surface.
neighborhood an area in a city, town, or other place that is different from other areas in some way.
spine the set of bones that go down the center of the back of a human or animal.
sudden happening without notice or warning; not expected.
target a thing that you aim at and want to hit.