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“Around the Pond: Who’s Been Here ? ” Vocabulary
bank the land around a body of water
crater a hallow area in the ground shaped like a bowl
edge the line or place where something ends
moss small green plants that grow close together on the ground, rocks, and trees
mussel a creature that lives in a shell and burrows in the sand or mud of lakes and streams
path a track or way made by footsteps
scolds fusses at
shallow not deep
terrapin a kind of turtle
wades to walk through water
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