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Frogs Vocabulary and Amazing Words Second Grade Reading
Vocabulary Words pond wonderful powerful insects crawls skin shed spawn bulges vegetarians
pond A small body of water. A small body of water.
wonderful Causing wonder or amazement. Causing wonder or amazement.
powerful Having power or great strength. Having power or great strength.
insects Animals with six legs and three body parts. Animals with six legs and three body parts.
crawls Moves slowly on hands and knees. Moves slowly on hands and knees.
skin Outer covering of the body. Outer covering of the body.
shed To drop or lose. To drop or lose.
spawn To lay eggs. To lay eggs.
bulges Curves outward. Curves outward.
vegetarian Living things that ear only food from plants. Living things that ear only food from plants.
Amazing Words appearance appearance stage stage transform transform restless restless pursue pursue canopy canopy forage forage forepaw forepaw
appearance The way a person, an animal, or a thing looks. The way a person, an animal, or a thing looks.
stage A step or time in a persons or animals life. A step or time in a persons or animals life.
transform To change something. To change something.
restless Not able to be still; wanting a change. Not able to be still; wanting a change.
pursue To follow or chase something. To follow or chase something.
canopy A covering above something else. A covering above something else.
forage To go from place to place looking for something, usually food. To go from place to place looking for something, usually food.
forepaw One of the front feet of an animal with four paws. One of the front feet of an animal with four paws.
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