Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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bother to annoy or give trouble to.
cost the amount of money charged or paid for something.
costume clothing worn to make one look like some other person, animal, or thing.
crisp firm but breaking easily into pieces.
fable a short tale that teaches a lesson. The characters in fables are often animals who speak and act like people.
guest a person who visits another person's home.
hate to have a very strong bad feeling toward something; to not like in any way.
key a metal object cut in a special way so it can open or close locks.
lemon a small, sour fruit with yellow skin. Lemons grow on trees.
newspaper a set of large sheets of paper with reports about recent events, advertisements, and other information. Most newspapers are printed and sold every day or once a week.
nighttime the time between sunset and dawn.
room an area of a building separated from similar areas by walls or doors.
service the work of a person who does things for other people.
smack to hit noisily with an open hand; slap.
thirst the feeling that you need or want to drink something.