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The Pine Park Mystery Vocabulary
caused made something happen The rain caused the flowers to bloom brilliantly.
clasp a small hook that holds parts together This lobster claw clasp is used to close a necklace or a bracelet.
confused to be uncertain or unclear about something Bob was very confused when he tried to teach himself German to get ready for his overseas trip.
cornered to get a person or an animal into a situation or position that is a trap Angel had Sandy cornered behind the bedroom door.
objects things that you can see and touch but are not alive These arrowheads are objects in a Canadian collection of prehistoric weapons.
removes takes away Shout removes many stains children often get on their clothes.
typical normal or usual for a kind of thing There was no snow so it was a typical day at Penn Forest Elementary School.
It was _______ for Dad to watch football on Sunday afternoons. caused clasp confused cornered objects removes typical
Simba was ________ by the mean hyenas. caused clasp confused cornered objects removes typical
The smart bird could lift the _____ on his cage and fly free. caused clasp confused cornered objects removes typical
The band-aid ______ her boo boo to feel better. caused clasp confused cornered objects removes typical
Tommy was ________ when his mother gave him too many directions at one time. caused clasp confused cornered objects removes typical
Mrs. Wright _______ children from the classroom who refuse to do their work. caused clasp confused cornered objects removes typical
How many of these _______ can you remember after looking at the poster for five minutes? caused clasp confused cornered objects removes typical
Vocabulary : The Pine Park Mystery caused, clasp, confused, cornered, objects, removes, typical.
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