Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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bicycle a light vehicle with two wheels, one behind the other. You make the wheels turn by pushing on pedals.
bruise to hurt a part of your body without breaking the skin.
deal to handle or give your attention to.
erase to remove by rubbing away.
hammer a tool with a heavy metal head on a handle. A hammer is used to hit things such as nails.
jewelry things made of special stones and metal worn on the body for decoration. Rings, necklaces, and bracelets are some kinds of jewelry.
once at one time in the past.
shack a small, cheaply constructed building, used as a house or for storage.
spot a mark that is different in color from the area around it.
spy a person who watches in secret to get information about others.
suppose to assume to be true in order to make clear or to explain.
swap to exchange or trade.
task a piece of work to be done; duty.
wage (often plural) money paid at regular times to a person for doing work.
web a thin, open structure made of threads that connect to each other at points.