Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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ax a tool with a blade attached to the end of a long handle. An ax is used for chopping wood.
biscuit a small, round-shaped bread for one person made with baking powder or baking soda instead of yeast. Biscuits are not usually sweet.
brain the organ in the body that controls thought, movement, and feeling. The brain is inside the skull.
cash money in the form of bills and coins.
dollar the main unit of money in the United States and many other countries. One U.S. dollar is equal to 100 cents.
eyesight the ability to see; vision.
heart the organ in the body that controls the flow of blood.
housekeeper a person whose job is to take care of a house, hotel, or other place where people stay.
hunt to search for and try to kill (animals) for food or sport.
join to put, bring, or fasten together.
lift to move (something) upward; raise.
lightning natural electricity produced in clouds and appearing as a bright flash of light in the sky.
pavement the hard surface on a road or other flat area.
press to put pressure on something, often with one's hands.
science a careful method of studying and learning about things in nature.