Grades 3-5 (WVI 2)
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absent not present; away from where one usually is.
challenge to invite to enter into a fight or contest of skill; dare.
creation the act of making something or causing something to exist.
educator a person who teaches.
fame the condition of being well known or respected by a great number of people.
fortunately by lucky chance; luckily.
furthermore besides; in addition; moreover.
meddle to take part in matters that concern someone else, without being asked; interfere.
nerve any of the fibers that carry messages to and from the brain and other parts of the body. Nerves are bundled together into a complicated system that connects all parts of the body to the spinal cord and brain.
perfume a liquid, made from flowers, herbs, or other substances that has a pleasant smell. Perfume is put on the body.
rumor a piece of information or a story passed from one person to another without any proof that it is true.
sag to sink, hang, or bend downward in the middle.
slumber to sleep lightly.
static without motion; fixed.
victor the winner of a contest, battle, argument, or struggle.