Wordly Wise 3000: Book 3 Lesson 13
n. A _____ is a chart or diagram showing the days, weeks, and months of the year in order.
n. On the wall _____ in the kitchen, Jodie circled the day of the picnic in red.
n. A _____ is a fair or show with food stalls, parades, rides, and other ways to have fun.
n. The police are directing traffic away from Center Street where the _____ is set up and ready to begin.
n. _____ is knowledge or skill that comes from having done certain things.
n. Panthea had _____ caring for plants and offered to take care of Mrs. Levy's garden.
n. _____ is something that happens to a person; an event in one's life.
n. Jubilee said that taking part in the Olympics was an _____ she would never forget.
v. To _____ is to have happen to; to go through something.
v. Marcelo _____ only a tiny pain when the nurse stuck the needle in his arm.
v. To _____ is to be in charge of; to control or rule.
v. Most people in the city like the way the mayor _____ it.
n. A _____ is a large area of a sea or ocean that is partly enclosed by land.
n. The _____ of Mexico is bordered to the north and east by the United States and to the west and south by Mexico.
n. A _____ is a great distance between.
n. After their argument, Sharin felt that a _____ had opened between her and her friend.
n. _____ is speed in acting or moving.
n. Roosevelt left for school in such _____ that he forgot his backpack.
adj. _____ is to do or make quickly without careful thought
adj. When the rain started falling heavily, the crowd at the outdoor concert made a _____ dash to their cars.
n. A _____ is a place with borders and its own leaders; a single country.
n. Angola became a _____ in 1975, after Portugal gave up its control.
n. The people of a single country belong to a single _____.
n. The Prime Minister of Canada will speak to the _____ at nine o'clock this evening.
adj. _____ is of or belonging to the people of a single country.
adj. Labor Day, which comes on the first Monday of September, is a _____ holiday in the United States.
v. To _____ is to throw here and there; to spread about.
v. My cousin from the city likes to _____ the feed for the chickens.
v. To _____ is to move quickly in different directions.
v. When Carlos covered his eyes and started counting slowly to thirty, the rest of the children _____ to the best hiding places they could find.
v. To _____ is to give in or give up; to accept defeat.
v. The soldiers raised a white flag over the fort to stop the shooting, and then they _____.
n. A _____ is a feeling of joy or excitement.
n. At the museum, my biggest _____ was seeing the skeleton of Sue, the largest and most complete dinosaur of this kind yet discovered.
v. To _____ is to feel or cause to feel joy or excitement.
v. Maggie was _____ when Muhammad Ali shook her hand, after his talk at the school.