Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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author a person who writes books, stories, plays, or other works.
cannon a large gun that is set on wheels or some other base. Cannons fire heavy shells.
high reaching up a great distance.
horn a hard, hollow growth on the head of certain mammals. Goats and sheep are some animals that have horns.
kiss to touch or press with the lips as a sign of love or respect.
less to a smaller degree or amount.
pueblo a house made of adobe or stone built by Native Americans in the southwest United States. Pueblos are shared by the community and are usually several stories high.
rod a straight, thin stick or bar.
school a place for teaching and learning.
shed2 to take off or drop something that covers or grows.
straw dried stems of certain grain plants. Straw is used to feed farm animals and to make things such as baskets and hats.
temper a usual state of mind of manner of feeling.
thief a person who steals.
thought1 the result of thinking; a single idea.
village a small town or community, often in the country.