Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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backyard an open area behind a house that belongs to the owner of the house.
calm not excited.
fetch to go somewhere, pick up something, and bring it back.
golf a game played on a large outdoor course with small holes in the ground spaced far apart. Players use a set of special clubs to hit a small white ball into each of the series of holes. There are nine or eighteen holes in a golf course. The object of the game is to get the ball into each hole using as few strokes as possible.
invitation the act of asking someone in a polite way to come to something or do something.
movement a motion or way of moving.
ocean a part of the large body of salt water that covers most of the earth's surface.
patch a small piece of material used to cover a hole or to protect an injury.
rich having a great amount of money or valuable possessions.
slash to cut or strike with a strong, sweeping motion.
sneak to move quietly and in a sly way.
spill to cause to flow or fall from a container.
trail a path or course through a forest or other rural place.
usually ordinarily or most often; generally; typically.
vanish to disappear suddenly from sight.