Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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biscuit a small, round-shaped bread for one person made with baking powder or baking soda instead of yeast. Biscuits are not usually sweet.
cage a space closed in by wires or bars and used to hold animals.
cheer happy or good feelings.
dare to try to get someone to do something as a test of courage.
diver a person who works under water, using special clothing and equipment for breathing.
dot a small, round mark or spot.
kiss to touch or press with the lips as a sign of love or respect.
lovely beautiful in appearance.
performer a person who sings, acts, or does some form entertainment for an audience.
scatter to separate and move in different directions.
shear to cut off with scissors or a tool like scissors.
shed2 to take off or drop something that covers or grows.
simple easy to do or understand.
usually ordinarily or most often; generally; typically.
wrap to cover by circling or folding something around.