Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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amount measure; quantity.
apartment one or more rooms that people live in and that are part of a building.
citizen a person who is a member of a country because of being born there or being accepted as a member by law.
clay a kind of wet earth that becomes hard when you heat it. You use clay to make bricks, pots, and other things.
damp wet, but not very wet.
emergency a sudden dangerous situation that requires immediate action or help.
enough as much or as many as needed or required.
fold to bend something so that one part lies on top of another part.
lend to let someone use something that is yours. When you lend a thing to someone, you expect that person to return it to you.
length the distance from one end of something to the other.
rate1 speed or pace.
smooth not rough; even.
straw dried stems of certain grain plants. Straw is used to feed farm animals and to make things such as baskets and hats.
sweat to give off a liquid through the skin.
wisdom good judgment and an understanding of that which is true or right.