Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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backyard an open area behind a house that belongs to the owner of the house.
cart an open vehicle with two wheels used to carry a heavy load. An animal or a vehicle usually pulls a cart.
cartoon a picture or set of pictures that make people laugh or think. Cartoons often have words that show what a character is thinking or saying.
gentleman a polite man.
group a collection of people, things, or ideas that are in one place or have important things in common.
herd the common people; most people. The expression "He (or she) follows the herd" means that a person tends to do what everybody else does, like a cow in a herd, and does not think for himself or herself.
hotel a place with many rooms and beds where people pay money to sleep and eat meals.
native an original resident of a given place, such as the Inuit people of Alaska and northern Canada.
panic a sudden strong fear or anger that causes people to act without thinking.
plant a living thing that has leaves, makes its own food, and has roots that usually grow in the earth.
protect to defend or keep safe from danger or harm.
rich having a great amount of money or valuable possessions.
snug small and comfortable; cozy.
starve to die or suffer from not eating.
young in an early part of life or growth.