Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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ability the power or knowledge to do something.
actually as a matter of fact; really.
afternoon the time of day between noon and evening.
bare wearing no clothing or covering; naked.
bridge a structure that goes over something such as a river or road so that people can travel from one side to the other.
deep having a lot of space below or behind a certain point; reaching far down or back.
equal having the same value, measure, or amount as something else.
fable a short tale that teaches a lesson. The characters in fables are often animals who speak and act like people.
feast A large meal with many different types of foods.
file1 a place for keeping documents or other objects safe and in order. A file can be something that holds papers or a space on a computer.
mostly almost completely; mainly.
spit1 to force saliva or something else from the mouth.
staircase a set of steps with a railing that goes from one floor to another in a building.
struggle the act or an instance of making a strong effort to resist or escape, especially by wriggling the body.
unit a single thing that is one of a group of similar things.