Wordly Wise lesson 6, Wordly Wise Lesson 5

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cone
An object that has a round flat base and comes to a point at the other end.
cone
The fruit of a pine or other evergreen tree. It holds the seeds.
cube
A solid figure with six square sides
Earth
The third planet from the sun and the one we live on.
earth
Soil or dirt
fern
a green plant with feathery leaves. It does not produce flowers.
fuel
Something that is burned to give power or heat, such as wood, coal, or oil.
grain
A tiny piece of something.
grain
The seeds of cereal plants such as corn, wheat, or oats.
lizard
A cold-blooded animal with a long, narrow body. It has four legs and a long tail.
miner
Someone who works to dig coal or other useful minerals out of the ground.
present
The time that is happening now. It is between the past and the future.
present
Something that one person gives to another to show love, friendship, or thanks.
present
Being at a certain place at a certain time. Its opposite of absent.
seam
The line made when two pieces of cloth are sewn together.
seam
A layer of some natural material that lies between two other layers in the ground.
absorb
To take in or soak up
anchor (noun)
A heavy weight on a rope or chain. It is dropped from a boat to keep it from moving.
anchor (verb)
To hold something firmly in place.
brush (noun)
An object of made of short, stiff hairs or wires that are fastened to a handle.
brush (verb)
To clean, paint, or smooth something using a brush.
brush (verb)
To touch something lightly by moving against it.
bud
A small swelling on a plant that will grow into a twig, flower, or leaf.
center
The exact middle of something.
center
A place where people come together for some purpose.
core
The hard middle part of fruits such as apples or pears. It holds the seeds of the plant.
factory
A building or group of buildings where things are made.
hive
The place where bees live.
sapling
A young tree.

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