Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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able having the power or knowledge to do something.
burn to be on fire.
carpenter a person who builds or repairs houses and other things made of wood.
hair a single, thin structure like a thread that grows on the body of humans and some animals.
knife a tool with a handle and a thin, sharp blade that is used for cutting.
list names, numbers, or things placed one after another in a written form.
mud wet earth that has turned soft.
palace the official home of a king or queen or other person of high rank, or a fancy home where a king or queen might live.
pavement the hard surface on a road or other flat area.
pour to cause to flow in a steady stream.
raw not cooked.
short not long in size or time.
strange not usual; odd.
wash to make something clean by using water or soap.
wheelbarrow a device used to carry rocks, soil, leaves, and other materials for short distances. A wheelbarrow has one or two wheels, two legs at the back, and handles for a person to push.