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Second Grade Reading Unit 6 – Story 1Just Like Josh Gibson Second Grade Reading Unit 6 – Story 1
Vocabulary Words field cheers threw sailed plate bases soar fortiesLouisville slugger
field A piece of land used for some special purpose.
cheers Calls out or yells loudly to show that you like something.
threw Sent something through the air by force of your arm.
sailed Moved smoothly like a ship with sails.
plate A hard rubber slab that a baseball player stands beside to bat.
bases Places that are stations or goals in certain games, such a baseball.
soar To fly upward
forties The years between
Louisville slugger A popular kind of baseball bat.
Amazing Words athlete challenge effort dainty disguise championprofessional shortstop
athlete Someone who uses skills and abilities to compete in sports.
challenge A test of someone’s abilities; to dare to do something.
effort The physical and mental energy you use to do something or to achieve a goal.
dainty Delicate and pretty.
disguise Clothes or make-up someone wears to change the way he or she looks so he or she won’t be recognized.
champion The winner of a game or competition.
professional Describes a type of job in which people are paid for their skill and training.
shortstop The infield position on a baseball team between second and third base.
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