Grades K-2 (WVI 1)
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breath the air that goes into and out of the body through the nose or mouth.
fin a thin, flat body part of a fish and certain other water animals which is used for swimming or balance.
flip to throw in such a way as to cause to turn over or spin.
gesture to make a motion with the body that expresses a feeling or thought.
handle to do what needs to be done with something or someone; manage; control.
happen to take place; occur.
injury damage or wrong that causes physical or mental pain or hardship.
key a metal object cut in a special way so it can open or close locks.
mysterious not known and not able to be explained.
prisoner a person who is held under close guard, as in a jail, while on trial or after being sentenced for a crime.
rim the edge or border of something round or circular.
rocket a device shaped like a tube that moves at high speed and is powered by gases that are forced out of one end. Rockets are used to send things into the air.
sir a polite form of address for a man, usually used in place of his name.
space the area that contains the entire universe beyond the earth.
thunder the loud noise you sometimes hear during a violent rain storm.