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Little Grunt and the Big Egg Vocabulary
omelet eggs that are beaten with other ingredients and then cooked
brunch a meal that comes between breakfast and lunch
peaceful calm and quiet
escape to get away from danger
erupting blowing out lava, rocks and gases from a volcano
lava hot, melted rock that pours from an erupting volcano
The volcano was ________________. brunch peaceful omelet erupting lava escape
Hot _____ was running down its side. brunch peaceful omelet erupting lava escape
People got in their cars to ________. brunch peaceful omelet erupting lava escape
The volcano stops erupting. The day is now ____________. brunch peaceful omelet erupting lava escape
We stopped at a restaurant for _________. brunch peaceful omelet erupting lava escape
We decided to eat an __________. brunch peaceful omelet erupting lava escape
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