64 terms

Frog and Toad All Year

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knock
To gently hit the door, window, and etc.
wonderful
Great, full of wonder
warm
A little hot but not too hot
bring
(bring-brought)
To carry something to someone
push
To strongly move something
coat
A piece of clothing you wear during the fall and winter
pull
To force something in the opposite direction of push
snowpants
Type of pants you wear during the winter (When it snows.)
scarf
A warm type of cloth you put around your neck
kill
To take away life
get ready
To prepare for something
tramp
To walk heavily
sled
A vehicle to slide down a hill of snow
afraid
Feeling fear
in front (of)
To be before something
behind
To be in the back of something
bump
To smash
rush
To run quickly
leap
To jump
steer
To drive
scream
To yell filled with fear and shock
dive
(dive-dove-dived)
To jump with your head and arms first
wet
To be soaked with water
spoil
To damage the quality of
stand
To be on your feet
stove
A machine you use to cook food
dry
To be the opposite of 'wet', a state with no water
pollywog
A tadpole. A young frog.
corner
A place where two lines or surfaces meet
pebbles
Rocks
meadow
An area of with a lot of grass
garden
An area full of flowers and trees
hurry
To quickly prepare for something or simply do something
pond
A body of water smaller than a lake
be back
To return
melting
To slowly become liquid
splatter
To splash
path
A course where we can walk or go through
stick
A broken branch
leaves
Extended parts of a tree that grow on branches
horns
An extended part of the bones on top of the head
cover
Placed on top of something
Good heavens!
An expression of shock and surprise
lawn
An area of open grass-covered land
surprised
To be filled with shock (Both positively and negatively)
rake
A tool used to gather grass and leaves
shed
A structure built for storage.
pleased
To be satisfied
pile
An group of things on top of each other
clean
To be free from dirt and dust
pick up
To grab and lift up
everywhere
In all places
tomorrow
The day right after today
decorate
To design something with pretty objects
sharp
Pointy, To have a thin edge
rope
A long string used to tighten something
cellar
An underground room for storage
lantern
A device similar to a flashlight that sheds light in the dark
attic
A room on the top of a house
frying pan
A pan that is used to fry food
hit
To smash something hard
wrap
To cover with paper or anything alike
glad
Feeling joy and pleasure
merry
Cheerful and delightful

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