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The Quilt Story Vocabulary and Amazing Words Second Grade Reading
Vocabulary blankets pretended quilt stuffing trunks unpacked wrapped stitch hatchet patchwork
blankets Soft, warm covering for beds.
pretended To make-believe that something is real when it is not.
quilt Soft covering for a bed.
stuffing Material used to fill or pack something.
trunks Large boxes for carrying clothes.
unpacked To take things out that were packed in a box, trunk, or other container.
wrapped To cover with paper.
stitch To sew or fasten something with stitches.
hatchet A small ax with a handle about a foot long, for use with one hand.
patchwork Pieces of cloth of various colors or shapes sewed together.
Amazing Words preserve represent valuable tough concentration frown homeland patient
preserve to keep protected from anything that would cause to be ruined or spoiled.
represent to stand for or symbolize something.
valuable worth something or important.
tough something that is difficult to do.
concentration thinking about one thing very carefully.
frown when you wrinkle your forehead and draw your eyebrows together, usually when you are worried, angry, or thinking.
homeland the country in which you were born and where you feel you belong.
patient to wait for something or put up with some trouble without complaining or getting upset.
Quilt Story Vocabulary Words blankets pretended quilt stuffing trunks unpacked wrapped stitched hatchet patchwork Amazing Words preserve represent valuable.
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