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Dear Mr. Blueberry Vocabulary
details small bits of informationThis diagram shows the details of the toy cash register.
disappoint to make someone sad because something expected did not happen It will disappoint Johnny if he does not have a bed time story read to him.
forcibly strongly; by forceFirefighters carry a special axe so they can forcibly enter a burning house if necessary.
information facts about a person, place or thingThe encyclopedias in the library contain a great deal of information.
oceans large bodies of salt water where whales and other animals liveThis strange snail lives in the ocean.
stroke to rub something gently Dogs love it when you stroke them.
Scientists now say there are five ______: the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Arctic, the Indian and the Southern. Details Disappoint Forcibly Information Oceans Stroke
If you want more ___________ about a topic, you might look in the dictionary.Details Disappoint Forcibly Information Oceans Stroke
The teacher said, “This story is very good, but I would like you to include more _______.”Details Disappoint Forcibly Information Oceans Stroke
The burglar ________ entered through the window.Details Disappoint Forcibly Information Oceans Stroke
Can you imagine what it would feel like to ______ a whale?Details Disappoint Forcibly Information Oceans Stroke
I didn’t mean to __________ Mom and Dad by throwing my football through the window.Details Disappoint Forcibly Information Oceans Stroke
Being ready is important. When adults tell me to get ready, it is my job to do it. Being ready is my responsibility. Im ready!
Dear Mr. Blueberry.
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