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Iris and Walter Vocabulary and Amazing Words Second Grade Reading
Vocabulary Words ladder amazing roller-skate meadow
ladder a ladder is a set of steps between two long pieces of wood, metal, or rope
amazing something that is amazing is very surprising
roller-skate to roller-skate is to move by using roller- skates, which are shoes that have wheels
meadow a meadow is a piece of land where grass grows
AMAZING Words investigate rural urban creature underground brittle decision dart
investigate When you investigate something, you find out all about it. Lets investigate our new neighborhood.
rural People who live in the country live in a rural place. My aunt lives on a farm in a rural part of the state.
urban People who live in a city live in an urban place. There is lots of traffic with cars, trucks, and buses in an urban place.
creature A creature is an animal or person that is living. Many creatures live in the forest.
underground Under the ground you walk on. If you ride the subway, you will go underground.
brittle Something that is brittle breaks easily. If you drop an egg, youll find out that its shell is brittle.
decision When you make up your mind to do something, you make a decision. I made a decision which way to go.
dart When something darts, it moves very quickly from one place to another. Did you see the boyDid you see the boy dart across the playground to catch up with his class?.
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