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Vocabulary by Mr. Mallory
sunlight Sunlight is the light that comes from the sun.
breeze A breeze is a light, gentle wind.
fall Something falls when it drops down from a higher place.
change When something changes, it becomes different.
branch A branch is a part of a tree that grows out from the trunk.
cloud A cloud is a mass of tiny drops of water floating in the air. Click on the dark cloud for water cycle video!
frost Frost is a very thin layer of frozen water.
disappear When something disappears, it goes away.
Guess the Word! ________ is light that comes from the sun. Sunlight
Guess the Word! A ______ is a light, gentle wind. breeze
Guess the Word! When something __________, it goes away. disappears
Guess the Word! _____ is a very thin layer of frozen water. Frost
Guess the Word! Something _____ when it drops down from a higher place. falls
Guess the Word! When something _______, it becomes different. changes
Guess the Word! A ______ is a part of a tree that grows out from a trunk. branch
Guess the Word! A _____ is a mass of tiny drops of water floating in the air. cloud
Additional Vocabulary Day # 2
flutter To wave, to flap, or to move quickly is to flutter.
glisten To glisten is to reflect a light and to sparkle or shine.
bare Bare means without covering, open to view, or empty.
misty It is misty out when there are little droplets of water in the air near the earth’s surface.
gather Gather means to come together or bring together in a group.
huddle To crowd, gather or curl up closely is to huddle.
twinkled To shine with a flickering gleam of light is to twinkle.
Guess the Word! ____ means without covering, open to view, or empty. Bare
Guess the Word! It is _____ out when there are little droplets of water in the air near the earth’s surface. misty
Guess the Word! ______ means to come together or bring together in a group. Gather
Guess the Word! To shine with a flickering gleam of light is to _______. twinkle
Guess the Word! To wave, to flap, or to move quickly is to _______. flutter
Guess the Word! To crowd, gather or curl up closely is to ______. huddle
Guess the Word! To _______ is to reflect a light and to sparkle or shine. glisten
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