Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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business the field or area in which a person works; occupation.
dine to eat a meal, usually in a formal way.
dust tiny, dry pieces of dirt or other material that is in the air and collects on surfaces.
fantastic wildly imaginative and incredible.
full holding as much as possible.
heaven (usually plural) the sky, including the stars, sun, moon, and planets as seen from the earth.
injury damage or wrong that causes physical or mental pain or hardship.
knife a tool with a handle and a thin, sharp blade that is used for cutting.
magnet an object that has the power to pull things made of iron toward itself.
mow to cut down with a blade or machine.
photograph a picture made by using a camera that records an image.
pile a number of things on top of each other, or a mass of material that forms a small hill.
reflection heat, light, or an image that bounces off an object or surface.
ruin complete destruction.
sprinkle to drop or scatter in small pieces.