Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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afternoon the time of day between noon and evening.
blanket a large piece of thick material used to keep oneself warm. Blankets are often made of wool.
boss a person who gives work to other people and tells them what to do; manager.
continue to keep happening or being; to last for a long time.
drip to come down in drops.
foam a mass of small bubbles that forms on the surface of a liquid.
hook a curved piece that is used for holding, hanging, or pulling things. A hook is made of metal, plastic, or another hard material.
legend a story or group of stories that have been handed down from a time long ago and that many people in a society know but cannot prove to be true or untrue.
lucky resulting from or having good fortune.
motor a machine that causes motion or power.
neighborhood an area in a city, town, or other place that is different from other areas in some way.
nor a word we often use along with the word "neither" in a sentence. "Neither" means not either of two things. If neither your mother nor your father says you can have a dog, then not one of your parents says you can have one.
pole a long, round post or stick made of metal, wood, or some other material.
race1 a sport or test of speed.
thunder the loud noise you sometimes hear during a violent rain storm.