Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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bar a long piece of solid material used to support something, hold something together, or keep something outside or inside.
bicycle a light vehicle with two wheels, one behind the other. You make the wheels turn by pushing on pedals.
brain the organ in the body that controls thought, movement, and feeling. The brain is inside the skull.
draw to make a picture with a pen, pencil, or other writing tool.
fool A person who has poor sense or judgment.
horror a strong feeling of fear or shock.
letter a symbol, such as "A" or "B," in writing that represents a sound in a language.
list names, numbers, or things placed one after another in a written form.
material anything used for building or making new things. Wood, metal, paint, and paper are examples of materials.
math a short form of a word that means the study of numbers.
path a track beaten by the feet of people or animals.
planet a large object in outer space that moves around the sun or another star.
shirt a piece of clothing for the upper part of the body.
singer a person who uses his or her voice to create music either as a job or hobby.
thirst the feeling that you need or want to drink something.