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Little House in the Big Woods Chapters 1-6 Vocabulary Review
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String passing through a door, used to open a latch Pick Next Question Latchstring
Bladder Small baglike part of the body that holds urine Pick Next Question
A bread made with cornmeal, flour, eggs, and milk Johnnycake Pick Next Question
Flesh of a deer used as food Venison Pick Next Question
A warm scarf that is wrapped around the neck in cold weather Muffler Pick Next Question
Food made from the boiled meat from the head and feet of a hog, pig, or calf Headcheese Pick Next Question
The sour liquid that is left after milk or cream has been churned to make butter Buttermilk Pick Next Question
Tall tree with strong, hard wood and nuts to eat Hickory Pick Next Question
A rod used to clean the barrel of a gun Ramrod Pick Next Question
Moveable bed that may be pushed under another bed for storage Trundle bed Pick Next Question
The skin that covers the head. It is usually covered with hear Scalp Pick Next Question
A large leopard with a black coat Panther Pick Next Question
A horn used to store gunpowder Cowhorn Pick Next Question
A small room for storing food, dishes, or silverware Pantry Pick Next Question
To shake slightly or shiver Pick Next Question Quiver
A small metal cap that is worn on the finger to protect it when pushing the needle through material in sewing Thimble Pick Next Question
A powder that burns and explodes when set on fire. It is used in guns, fireworks, and blasting Gunpowder Pick Next Question
An overshoe with a cloth top Gaiters Pick Next Question
A soft cotton or woolen material, often used for pajamas and shirts Flannel Pick Next Question
A container in which cream or milk is shaken or beaten to make butter Churn Pick Next Question
Fancy curve, twist, or flourish as in handwriting Curlicues Pick Next Question
The shape the moon has when you can only see a thin, curved part of it Crescent moon Pick Next Question
Large tub used for bathing and washing clothes Washtub Pick Next Question
Small book about the Christian religion Catechism Pick Next Question
The floor of a fireplace Hearth Pick Next Question
Little House in the Big Woods Chapters 7-13 Vocabulary Review.
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