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Peters Chair Spelling Words
outside Outside is a place beyond the boundary of an enclosed area.
baseball Baseball is a game played with a bat and a ball. A baseball can also be the ball used in a baseball game.
herself Herself is used to show than an action is done to the same female who performed the action. For example: She looked at herself in the mirror.
flashlight A flashlight is a small, battery operated and portable electric light.
lunchbox A lunchbox is a container used to store food when away from home.
brainstorm To brainstorm means to come up with a sudden inspiration or idea.
inside Inside is the interior part of a house, building, or shelter.
picture A picture is an image made on a surface by painting, drawing, or photography.
remember To remember is to bring a thought or image back into mind from memory.
room A room is a space in a building that is divided off from other parts of the building..
stood Stood means to support oneself on the feet in an upright position.
thought A thought means to form in the mind an opinion, idea, or concern.
Peters Chair outsidebaseball herself flashlightinside brainstorm pictureroom remember stoodthought lunchbox
Peters Chair Amazing Words
jealous If you are jealous of someone, you wish you had what he or she has.
relatives A relative is a person who belongs to the same family as someone else.
sibling Your sibling is your brother or sister.
secret A secret is something you dont tell very many people.
porridge Porridge is a food like oatmeal.
collector A collector is someone who gathers things together.
flourish If you do something with a flourish, you do it with an excited action.
seriousness Seriousness means not in a joking way.
Peters Chair Vocabulary Words
cradle A cradle is a small bed for a baby.
crocodile A crocodile is a large reptile with a long body, short legs, thick skin, and a long tail
idea An idea is a plan.
curtain A curtain is a cloth hung across a window to keep light out.
biscuits Biscuits in this story are small treats for dogs.
cookies Cookies are small, flat sweet cakes.
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