Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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attic the space in a house that is under the roof and over the ceiling of the top floor. People often store things in the attic.
bubble a ball of air or other gas inside another substance.
courtesy good, polite manners.
cub the young of some mammals that eat meat, such as the bear and lion.
instantly at once; without delay; immediately.
kit a group of things together in one place for a particular use.
late happening after the usual or expected time.
miserable very unhappy; wretched.
odor a smell, often a bad one.
phrase a group of words forming part of a sentence but not having both a subject and a verb.
rescue to make someone safe again; bring out of a dangerous situation.
schedule to set the date or time of.
shelf a thin, flat piece of wood, metal, or other material that is attached to a wall or set into a piece of furniture. Shelves are used to hold books, dishes, and other things.
tap1 to hit with little force.
title a name of something such as a book, movie, or piece of music.