First Grade - Practice Vocabulary Word List
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Vocabulary Words - First Grade - C:
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(n.) A sweet food that you bake from flour, sugar, fat, and eggs.
(v.) Went to an activity, attended.
(v.) Moved closer to someone or something.
(v.) To be able to do something.
(n.) A metal thing that is round in the middle and flat on the ends and holds food.
(n.) A small animal with hair and four legs that eats mice and birds.
(n.) The front part of your lower jaw.
(n.) A rough edge where something was broken off.
(n.) A small computer part.
(n.) A small sea animal whose body is between two tight shells.
(n.) A large group of relatives with the same family name.
(v.) To hit your hands together again and again to make a sound.
(n.) A meeting where someone teaches others about a specific subject.
(n.) A group of students who meet together to learn the same or similar material from a teacher.
(n.) Thick, wet earth that you can shape into pots and bricks.
(n.) A rocky hill with one side that drops quickly to a body of water.
(n.) A small piece of metal or plastic that holds things together.
(n.) A piece of earth without a specific shape.
(n.) A block in something.
(n.) A kind of shoe.
(v.) To block something.
(n.) Thick blood that has stopped moving through the body.
(v.) Become thicker.
(n.) Heavy clothing for the arms, back, and chest that you wear over other clothes.
(n.) The hard part in the middle of an ear of corn.
(n.) A kind of fish that you can eat.
(n.) A tooth on a wheel that locks into teeth on another wheel in order to turn.
(v.) To go to an activity, to attend.
(v.) To move closer to someone or something.
(n.) A shape with a circle at the bottom and a point at the top.
(n.) A police officer.
(v.) To have a specific price.
(n.) A bed that you can fold and move easily.
(n.) A light narrow bed that folds up.
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