Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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boot a covering for the foot and lower part of the leg, usually made of leather or rubber.
breath the air that goes into and out of the body through the nose or mouth.
buzz a low noise caused by something moving fast.
cash money in the form of bills and coins.
cub the young of some mammals that eat meat, such as the bear and lion.
fantastic wildly imaginative and incredible.
life the thing that is in humans, animals, and plants that allows them to grow and to produce more creatures like themselves. Things like rocks do not have life.
pitch1 the throw of a baseball by the pitcher toward the batter, who tries to hit it.
plenty a full amount or supply.
squeeze to press firmly together.
suddenly without warning, often causing surprise or fear.
swap to exchange or trade.
swell to become larger because of growth or pressure.
unfair against what is right or just.
yell to speak in a very loud voice because you are hurt, afraid, angry, or excited.