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Helen Keller and the Big Storm Vocabulary and Amazing WordsSecond Grade Reading
Vocabulary Words special pressing branches picnic angry fingers clungtantrum scent fierce
special Unusual or different in some way.
pressing Pushing something in a steady way.
branches Part of the tree that grows our from the trunk.
picnic A party with a meal outdoors.
angry To feel upset or mad.
fingers The five end parts of your hand.
clung To hold tightly to someone or something.
tantrum A sudden, childish outburst of bad temper or ill humor.
scent A nice smell.
fierce Great or strong; scary.
Amazing Words condition predict terrifying breeze whip sparkle funnelswirl
condition The way a thing or a person is, such as a weather or a health condition.
predict To say what you think will happen in the future.
terrifying Something that makes someone feel very frightened.
breeze When the wind is not too strong.
whip To flap or move back and forth, such as a flag on a pole.
sparkle To shine or glitter.
funnel The cone-shape of a tornado.
swirl To twist around and around.
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