Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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bunch a group of things of the same kind that are attached to each other.
busy doing something or working on something.
herd the common people; most people. The expression "He (or she) follows the herd" means that a person tends to do what everybody else does, like a cow in a herd, and does not think for himself or herself.
invisible not able to be seen.
job work a person does every day or every week and gets paid for.
pay to give money to (a person or business) in exchange for things or services.
reservation something that keeps one from completely accepting or believing something; doubt.
sand tiny, loose grains of ground rock such as you can see on beaches and in deserts.
scene the place where any event takes place.
skinny very thin; having little fat on the body.
stamp to push down against a surface with a hard fast motion.
strong having power; difficult to break or damage.
tag a piece of thick paper, thin metal, or plastic that gives information and is attached to something.
thought1 the result of thinking; a single idea.
traveler someone who goes from one place to another, especially over a long distance.