Grades 3-5 (WVI 2)
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academy a private school or a school that offers special training.
alternate to take turns (usually followed by "with").
background all of a person's experience, education, and origins.
drama a story written so that it can be acted out for an audience; play.
glare to stare steadily or angrily.
guarantee a promise, especially in writing, that something one has bought will work properly. If it does not, the seller or maker must either repair or replace it.
hemisphere either of two halves of the earth. A hemisphere is formed by dividing the earth into the Northern and Southern Hemispheres at the equator, or into the Eastern and Western Hemispheres at a meridian.
impatient not willing or able to wait calmly.
invention the act or process of coming up with or creating something new.
itch to have a tingling feeling on the skin that causes a desire to scratch.
permit to allow (someone or something) to go into or be in a place.
seemingly according to what seems or is perceived; apparently.
supreme having the highest rank, position, or authority.
tingle to have a light stinging or prickly feeling.
vertical straight up and down; upright.