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  1. Reading Vocabulary Words 2nd grade Mrs. Bringas

  2. Vocabulary Words for“Franny & Ginny” & “Daddy, Could I Have an Elephant” Pages 12-19 Pages 20-37

  3. #2 A small round bright-colored and spotted beetle, often reddish with black spots Or a round shape and a colorful shell, and feeds primarily on insect pest. Review Ladybug MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  4. #3 To move upward or forward in a single quick motion or a series of such motions; leap. Past tense for “spring”. Review sprang MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  5. #4 Out of the ordinary; unusual or striking. Different from normal Review Strange MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  6. #5 To have understanding, knowledge, or comprehension. Review Understand MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  7. #6 One that arouses awe, astonishment, surprise, or admiration; a marvel. Review Wonder MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  8. #7 Sincerely; genuinely; truthfully; accurately Review Truly MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  9. #8 Making little or no noise: free of loud noise; hushed; calm and unmoving; still Review Quiet MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  10. #9 Any of several marine mammals having a fishlike body and a toothed, beaklike snout. Review Dolphin MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  11. #10 A snake that is not poisonous and lives in Africa, Asia, and Australia. Pythons kill by winding around their prey and squeezing it until it can not breathe. Review Python MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  12. #11 An enormous mammal with a very long nose called a trunk. Elephants have curved tusks, huge, floppy ears, and four long, thick legs. Elephants use their trunks to pick up food, drink water, or lift things. They use their tusks to dig roots. Elephants travel in herds, eating tons of plants every day. African elephants are the largest mammals that live on land. Review Elephant MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  13. #12 An opening in a wall or vehicle that lets in air and light and provides a view out. Review Window MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  14. #13 A room or set of rooms used as living space. Review apartment MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  15. #14 a musical instrument with a keyboard and many wire strings. A piano is played by pressing keys that cause small hammers to strike the strings. Review pianos MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  16. Vocabulary Words for“The Wobbly People in Ellen’s Block House” & “Poppleton and the Grapefruit” Pages 44-51 Pages 52-64

  17. #16 Holding or containing nothing; without the usual contents. Review Empty MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  18. #17 A kind of corn whose kernels pop open into puffs when heated. The popped kernels of corn that are eaten as a snack food. Review Popcorn MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  19. #18 Tending to tip unsteadily; shaky. Review wobbly MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  20. #19 A thin, crisp food that is like a cracker. A pretzel is shaped into a knot or stick, and then baked and salted. Review pretzels MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  21. #20 Suffering from an illness; not well. Review sick MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  22. #21 Not anywhere; in no place. Review nowhere MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  23. #22 The outer side or surface. Review Outside MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  24. #23 A large, juicy fruit with yellow skin and yellow or pink pulp which is often sour. The grapefruit is a citrus fruit like the orange or lemon. Review grapefruit MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  25. #24 Hundred, hundreds the number that is equal to ten times ten; 100. Review Hundred MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  26. #25 To rap, pound, or hit something, such as a door. Review knocked MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  27. #26 Having greater than usual length in distance or time. Review longer MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  28. #27 A drop of salty liquid that comes from the eye. Tears clean the eye and keep it wet. Review Tears MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  29. Vocabulary Words for“The Workers” & “Tools” Pages 70-75 Pages 76-91

  30. #29 Something that shows or stands for, or suggests something else.A printed direction, notice, or warning put on a surface, that gives information . Review sign MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  31. #30 Prepared; able to perform or be used; fit; willing. Review ready MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  32. #31 A device used to send sound or some other signal over long distances by wire or radio waves. A telephone has a part for speaking into and a part for listening. Review Phone MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  33. #32 An electronic device that is used to store and sort information and work with data at a high speed. Review computer MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  34. #33 Every part; all; all that is important. Review Everything MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  35. #34 An area of land and the buildings on it used to grow vegetables or raise animals for food or clothing. Review farm MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  36. #35 To strike repeatedly and forcefully. Review pound MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  37. #36 To restore to proper condition or working order; repair Review fix MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  38. #37 Requiring or having little effort or able to accomplish with ease; posing no difficulty. Review easier MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  39. #38 A device, such as a saw, used to perform or facilitate manual or mechanical work. Something used in the performance of an operation; an instrument. Review tools MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  40. #39 To form (letters, words, or symbols) on a surface such as paper with an instrument such as a pen. Review write MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  41. Vocabulary Words for“The Green Leaf Club News” & “The Three Little Bikers” Pages 98-103 Pages 104-125

  42. #41 Any of various large birds of prey, characterized by a powerful hooked bill, keen vision, long broad wings, and strong soaring flight. Review Eagle MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  43. #42 A head covering of hard material, such as leather, metal, or plastic, worn by football players, firefighters, construction workers, motorcyclists, and others to protect the head. Review helmet MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  44. #43 An indicator, such as a gesture or colored light, that serves as a means of communication. Review signals MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  45. #44 Having a sharp inclination or slope. Review steep MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  46. #45 A marked or beaten path, as through woods or wilderness. Review trail MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  47. #46 An unconsolidated mixture of rock fragments or pebbles. Review gravel MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  48. #47 To laugh with repeated short, spasmodic sounds. To utter while giggling. A short, spasmodic laugh. Past tense for “giggle”. Review giggled MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  49. #48 A deep ditch or channel cut in the earth by running water after a prolonged downpour. Review gully MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT

  50. #49 In any or every place; in all places. Review everywhere MARK FOR REVIEW SHOW NEXT