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1st Grade Vocab. Words
*The <STRONG>meanings</STRONG> of these words are what the students are learning. That is what they will be tested on weekly. They are not expected to <STRONG>read</STRONG> these words, but some students will be able to and that is great (but not required). :) *<BR><BR>Unit 1<BR>Sam, Come Back!<BR>1. needs-things people must have to live<BR>2. responsibility-something you are expected to do<BR>3. shelter-the place in which you live<BR>4. cuddle-to hold something close<BR>5. tickle-to touch lightly and make one laugh<BR>6. faithful-one who is always there for you<BR>7. fetch-to go get something<BR>8. heel-to follow closely at your heels<BR><BR>Pig in a Wig<BR>1. career-an occupation or profession<BR>2. service-work done to help others<BR>3. tool-something that helps people do work<BR>4. scrub-to clean by rubbing hard<BR>5. sloppy-wet or messy<BR>6. exercise-moving your body to keep it in shape<BR>7. comfort-someone or something that makes you feel better<BR>8. search-to look for something carefully<BR><BR><BR>The Big Blue Ox<BR>1. past-something that has already happened<BR>2. present-something that is happening now<BR>3. produce-to make or create something<BR>4. transportation-moving people or things from one place to another<BR>5. danger-something that can hurt you<BR>6. serve-to do work for or to help<BR>7. snuggle-to lie close to someone or something and get comfortable<BR>8. enormous-very, very big<BR>9. powerful-very strong<BR><BR><BR>A Fox and a Kit<BR>1. observe-to watch something closely<BR>2. wild-not cared for of controlled<BR>3. parent-a father or mother<BR>4. solo-alone<BR>5. dangle-to swing loosely from side to side<BR>6. nape-the back part of your neck<BR>7. medicine-a drug that helps you feel better or makes you well<BR>8. poisonous-something that can cause sickness or death<BR><BR><BR>Get the Eggs<BR>1. habitat-the place where an animal or a plant lives or grows.<BR>2. hatch - to come out of an egg<BR>3. survive - to stay alive or live through<BR>4. gentle -mild an soft<BR>5. nudge- to push someone without much force.<BR>6. perch-to rest or sit on something<BR>7.private-it is done alone or hidden from others<BR>8. moist-it is slightly wet or damp.<BR><BR>Animal Park<BR>1. desert-a very dry area usually covered with sand<BR>2. forest-a place with many trees<BR>3. world-all of the earth<BR>4. surf-to ride<BR>5. beneath-under<BR>6. snug-cozy and safe<BR>7. native-from a certain place<BR>8. reserve- a place set aside for special use<BR><BR>Unit 2<BR>A Big Fish for Max<BR>1. chore - is a job<BR>2. cooperation - working together<BR>3. household - is your home and what goes on there.<BR>4. rule - is a guide for how you should act<BR>5. commuter - to travel often between home and school or work<BR>6. subway - is a train that runs under the ground<BR>7. downtown - the place in a city where offices and stores are<BR>8. display - to put things in a place where people can see them.<BR><BR><BR>The Farmer in the Hat<BR>1. group-a number of people or things that belong together<BR>2. respect-to show you think a lot of someone or something<BR>3. share-to let someone else have, use, or do something<BR>4. aquarium-a place where you can see fish and underwater animals<BR>5. borrow-to take and use something and then give it back<BR>6. lines-the words an actor speaks<BR>7. rehearsal-a practice<BR>8. soothe-to make something feel better<BR><BR>Who Works Here?<BR>1. citizen- a person who lives in a certain location<BR>2. community - the town or city in which you live<BR>3. law- a rule that tells people what they can and cannot do<BR>4. leader - the head of a group<BR>5. headquarters - places where business or city leaders work<BR>6. patrol - to move around, watching or guarding<BR>7. branch - a smaller type of a larger bank, library, or office<BR>8. earn- you are paid for work you do<BR><BR><BR>The Big Circle<BR>1. enemy - a person or animal that wants to cause harm to another.<BR>2. extinct-no longer exists.<BR>3. protect- to keep someone or something safe.<BR>4. crater - a big hole.<BR>5. Holler- a loud cry or shout.<BR>6. swamp- an area of muddy, wet land.<BR>7. bluff- to pretend or try to make someone believe something that isn't true.<BR>8. boisterous- wild and noisy<BR><BR>Life in the Forest<BR>1. environment- the world around you that affects how you live and grow.<BR>2. require- to need or insist on having.<BR>3. thrive- to stay healthy and grow<BR>4. inhale - to draw in<BR>5. slimy - it is covered with a slippery, gooey material<BR>6. sludge - a thick, wet, slimy material<BR>7. capture - to catch<BR>8. creature- a living animal or person<BR><BR><BR>Honey Bees<BR>1. individual- one person<BR>2. industrious- a person who works hard<BR>3.special - different from or really good<BR>4. creep- to move slowly and quietly<BR>5. slither - to move along by sliding<BR>6. romp - to move or play in a lively way<BR>7. eagerly - with excitement<BR>8. wander - to move from place to place without reason<BR><BR>Unit 3<BR>An Egg is an Egg<BR>1. adult-a grownup<BR>2. healthy-strong and well<BR>3. measurement-the size or amount of something<BR>4. shuffle-to walk slowly and drag your feet<BR>5. teeter-to walk in a wobbly way as if you are about to fall<BR>6. crooked-not straight<BR>7. bounce-to spring back after hitting something<BR>8. handsome-good-looking<BR><BR>Ruby in Her Own Time<BR>1. attempt-to try to do something<BR>2. event-something that happens<BR>3. time line-the order you follow to succeed at something<BR>4. famous-well-known<BR>5. flatter-to say something very nice about someone that may not be true<BR>6. correct-to change something to make it right<BR>7. awkward-a movement that is not smooth<BR>8. lovely-not very pretty<BR><BR>Jan's New Home<BR>1. arrive-to get somewhere<BR>2. depart-to leave<BR>3. location-the place where something is<BR>4. route-the way you go to get somewhere<BR>5. swoop-to move down suddenly<BR>6. tumble-to roll or toss about<BR>7. crumple-to crush something into wrinkles<BR>8. stampede-a wild rush of animals or people<BR><BR>Frog and Toad Together<BR>1. gardener-someone who grows plants<BR>2. nature-everything in the world that is not made by people<BR>3. sprout-to begin to grow<BR>4. dim-not bright<BR>5. shade-a place that is darker than the area around it because light has been blocked <BR> from the sun<BR>6. blossom-the flower of a plant<BR>7. destroy-to ruin something<BR>8. humongous-very, very big<BR><BR>I'm a Caterpillar<BR>1. cycle-a series of events that always happens in the same order<BR>2. develop-to grow<BR>3. insect-an animal that has six legs and usually has wings<BR>4. rearrange-to put things in a different order<BR>5. yearly-once a year<BR>6. emerge-to come into view<BR>7. fragile-something that can be easily broken<BR>8. vessel-a thin tube inside your body<BR><BR>Where Are My Friends?<BR>1. hibernate-to spend the winter sleeping<BR>2. migrate-to move from one place to another<BR>3. season-one of the four parts of the year<BR>4. temperature-how cold or hot something is<BR>5. autumn- one of the four seasons<BR>6. freeze-to turn into something hard because of the cold<BR>7. bitterly-in a sad or painful way<BR>8. weary-very tired<BR><BR>Unit 4<BR>Mama's Birthday Present<BR>1. celebrate-to have a party or other activity to honor a special event<BR>2. cherish-to love and understand how important something is<BR>3. grateful-to be thankful for something<BR>4. delicate-something that is easily hurt or broken<BR>5. rarest-the least common<BR>6. loot-a collection of things that are found or stolen<BR>7. genuine-real<BR><BR>The Dot<BR>1. create-to make something new<BR>2. doodle-a scribble<BR>3. imagination-to see things in your mind that aren't there or to think of<BR> unusual ideas<BR>4. carve-to make by cutting<BR>5. hobby-something people do for fun in their spare time<BR>6. inspiration- a sudden, bright idea<BR>7. masterpiece-a great piece of work<BR>8. sculptor-an artist who makes or carves things out of stone, wood,<BR> metal or other material<BR><BR>Mister Bones<BR>1. excavate-to remove, uncover, or make by digging<BR>2. fossil-the remains of a plant or animal that lived long ago<BR>3. soil-the top part of the ground in which plants grow<BR>4. abandon-to leave something behind<BR>5. splinter-a sharp, thin piece broken off from a larger piece of something<BR>6. sunken-beneath the surface of the water<BR>7. decompose-to rot<BR>8. nourish-to provide food and other things needed for life<BR><BR>The Lady in the Moon<BR>1. delightful-very pleasing<BR>2. festive-merry<BR>3. symbol-something that stands for something else<BR>4. memory-the power to remember (A memory is something you remember)<BR>5. errand-a short trip to do something<BR>6. fiesta-a festival or celebration<BR>7. ordinary-common or average<BR>8. refreshments-things to eat and drink<BR><BR>Peter's Chair<BR>1. jealous-to wish you had what someone else has<BR>2. relatives-people belonging to the same family<BR>3. sibling-your brother or sister<BR>4. secret-something you don't tell very many people<BR>5.porridge-a food like oatmeal<BR>6. collector-someone who gathers things together<BR>7.flourish-to do something with an excited action<BR>8. seriousness-not in a joking way<BR><BR>Henry and Mudge<BR>1. discover-to find something for the first time<BR>2. dwell- to live in<BR>3. resident- a person who lives in a cartain place<BR>4. welcome-to let others know you are glad to see them<BR>5. admire-to think a lot of someone<BR>6. sadness-a feeling of unhappiness<BR>7. substantial-a lot of something<BR>8. tremendous-very big or large<BR><BR>Unit 5<BR>Tippy Toe Chick, Go!<BR>1. clever - you have a quick mind<BR>2. intend- to do something 3. predicament - a problem<BR>4. proudly - You hold your head high and look pleased with yourself<BR>5. plump - full and round<BR>6. scrawny - it is very thin<BR>7. advice - an idea about how to act or solve a problem<BR>8. wise - people who are wise make good decisions<BR><BR><BR><BR>Mole and the Baby Bird<BR>1. freedom - you are able to move around or do things without being held back.<BR>2. miserable - you are very unhappy.<BR>3. selfish - you think only of yourself and not of others.<BR>4. dawn - the early morning when it starts getting light.<BR>5. scaly - it is covered with scales or flakes.<BR>6. speckled - it has small dots or patches that are more than one color.<BR>7. fond - you like it a lot.<BR>8. proper - correct<BR>9. scarcely - means hardly<BR><BR>Dot & Jabber<BR>1. explanation - you tell how to do something.<BR>2. riddle - problem that is hard to figure out.<BR>3. wonder - something you want to know about.<BR>4. rafters - long pieces of wood inside a building that hold up the roof.<BR>5. darling - a person who is loved very much.<BR>6. gorgeous - it is very beautiful.<BR>7. case- a set of problems that needs to be looked into to see what happened.<BR>8. suspect - is someone believed to be guilty of a crime.<BR><BR><BR>Simple Machines<BR><BR>1. convenient - it is easy to use and saves you time or work.<BR>2. equipment - the peices or parts needed to do something special.<BR>3. gadget - is a small tool that is used for a certain purpose.<BR>4. engine - a machine that is used to run another machine.<BR>5. pilot - a person who fliles a plane.<BR>6. steer - to cause transportation to go in a certain direction.<BR>7. cellar - a room or rooms built underground.<BR>8. furnace - used to warm buildings.<BR><BR><BR>Alexander Graham Bell<BR><BR>1. determined - having your mind made up.<BR>2. inventor - a person who makes something for the first time.<BR>3. technology - the tools we use to make our lives easier.<BR>4. stable - it is not likely to fall apart.<BR>5. stall - to stop suddenly.<BR>6. biplane - a plane that has two sets of wings.<BR>7. sketch - something you draw it quickly.<BR>8. speech - a talk.<BR><BR>Ben Franklin<BR>1. contraption - a machine<BR>2. doubt - a feeling of not believing in yourself or not knowing.<BR>3. energy - it takes strength.<BR>4. glider - an airplane without an engine that is kept up in the air by the <BR>wind.<BR>5. unmanned - a plan that has no pilot.<BR>6. soar - it can fly high in the air.<BR>7. curious - it is strange or unusual.<BR>8. intelligent - bright or smart.<BR><BR><BR>
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