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A Summer’s Trade pgs bandana (noun) a square piece of fabric worn on the head or neck; handkerchief
A Summer’s Trade - Vocabulary 2. bracelet (noun) a piece of jewelry worn around the wrist
A Summer’s Trade 3. hogan (noun) a piece of jewelry worn around the wrist
A Summer’s Trade 4. jostled (verb) bumped, jiggled, collide, bumped, shaken
A Summer’s Trade 5. mesa (noun) a rock formation or mountain with a flat top
A Summer’s Trade 6. Navajo (noun) a member of the Navajo tribe
A Summer’s Trade 7. turquoise (noun) a precious blue-green stone
A Summer’s Trade Vocabulary Words Fifth Grade Unit 2 Week 4.
A Summer’s Trade Fifth Grade Unit 2 Week 4 Words to Know bandana bracelet hogan mesa Navajo jostled turquoise.
A Summer’s Trade Fifth Grade Unit 2 Week 4 Words to Know bandana jostled mesa hogan bracelet turquoise Navajo.
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