Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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both one and the other of two things or people.
direction control or guidance.
empty holding or containing nothing.
furniture objects such as chairs, tables, and beds used to fill a living area.
gifted having a special talent or ability.
needle a thin tool made of steel with a hole at one end and a sharp point at the other end. You put thread through the hole. Needles are used for sewing.
net1 an object made of strong threads or strings that are woven in a way that leaves open spaces between them.
oar a long pole that is wide and flat at one end. Oars are used to row or steer a boat.
pile a number of things on top of each other, or a mass of material that forms a small hill.
pin a thin piece of metal with a sharp point and usually a flat head. Pins are used to fasten or attach cloth, paper, or other materials.
school a place for teaching and learning.
size how big or small an object is.
snatch to take quickly or suddenly; grab.
tiny very small.
wilderness a region in its natural state where there are trees and wild animals, but no people living there.