Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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counter a long, high table. People sit on stools or stand at a counter to eat, prepare food, or do business.
crown a metal object worn on the head by kings and queens. Crowns are often made of gold or silver.
dot a small, round mark or spot.
flow to move in a smooth, steady stream.
fry to cook in hot butter, oil, or other fat.
horn a hard, hollow growth on the head of certain mammals. Goats and sheep are some animals that have horns.
insect a small animal with a hard covering over its body. Most kinds of insects have a body that is divided into three parts. Most insects also have three pairs of legs and one or two pairs of wings.
kitchen a room where people cook and store food.
pity sympathy or sorrow caused by another’s pain, bad luck, or suffering.
printer a machine that makes printed copies from a computer.
repeat to say or produce sound a second time.
respect to give honor to someone; to put someone in a high position in your feelings.
stripe a line of color that is different in color from the area around it.
terrify to fill with great fear or terror; scare.
though used to connect two parts of a sentence when the meaning of one part seems to disagree with the other.