Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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bundle a number of things that you tie or wrap together so you can carry them.
chalk a type of soft, white stone. Chalk is made into long thin shapes used for writing or drawing.
dare to try to get someone to do something as a test of courage.
direction control or guidance.
hall a long space in a building that people walk through to go from one room to another.
law the set of rules that people in a society must follow.
listen to try to hear.
music pleasant sounds made by voices or instruments.
oven a piece of equipment that you cook food in. An oven has a large metal box with a door.
paper a thin material often used to write on, to wrap objects, and to make things such as containers.
patrol the act of guarding by making regular trips through.
rear being at the back part of something.
scary causing fear; frightening.
thank to tell someone who has given you something or done something for you that you value their gift or action; to express your appreciation.
tube a long, hollow piece of glass, metal, or rubber used to hold or carry liquids or gases.