Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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badly not well; in a bad way.
collection a group of things of the same type that someone has brought together.
count to give each thing in a group a number to learn how many there are.
envelope a folded paper covering for a letter or other papers you mail. You write the address and put a stamp on an envelope before you mail it.
pen a long, thin tool used for writing or drawing in ink.
plenty a full amount or supply.
pure not mixed with anything else; made of only one substance.
roof the surface or covering on the top of a building.
shower a period of rain that lasts a short time.
slip to slide suddenly on a slippery surface.
son a person’s male child.
squeeze to press firmly together.
steal to take something from another person without permission and in a way that is against the law.
telephone to call or speak to someone using an electronic device that sends and receives sound over long distances.
topic a subject of discussion, conversation, or writing.