1st Grade Reading Vocabulary
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Ms. Dunne told us a story about ducks.
Mike walked across the bridge.
Airplanes can go very fast.
I like to bake bread and also eat it.
This ball is fun at the beach
Mary's painting is beautiful.
It's time to leave because the movie is over.
Greg likes apples better than pears.
The sky looks so blue today.
I borrow books from the library.
If you buy shoes, make sure they fit.
This animal can carry her baby on her back.
We celebrate Thanksgiving with a big family dinner.
The traffic light will soon change from red to green.
I need to concentrate when I read.
When the cat wakes up, the mouse will be in danger.
It's difficult to stand like this.
When will you become eight years old?
It is nice to give gifts.
Keisha wears a helmet to protect her head.
Honey is sweet and sticky.
I wish I could invent a robot to make my bed.
A machine can help sew clothes.
The meadow is full of flowers.
If I move, so does my shadow.
Ruby never goes to sleep without a story.
Once dinosaurs walked the earth.
Is the kitten bigger or smaller than the dog.
Sarah ran and the other kids walked.
Everyone dressed up for the parade.
Perhaps the sun will come out later.
The fireworks were very pretty.
The queen wore a golden crown.
Aunt Sally and Uncle Gene are my favorite relatives.
If the peaches are ripe, we'll pick them.
We saw three frogs in the pond.
My sister says she will be late.
You should eat a good lunch.
I shout when I'm happy.
What a splendid day for a picnic!
We had a great tim eon our camping trip.
Don't run until you hear a starting bell.
My grandfather rested his head upon the pillow.
We walked to school today.
What grade were you in last year?
Worker bees build the hive.
I write with a pencil.
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