Vocabulary words - Henry and Mudge: The First Book

posted Sep 4, 2012, 6:44 AM by Jason Brunken   [ updated Sep 4, 2012, 6:44 AM ]
Below are the vocabulary we will be focusing on. They come from our first story out of the textbook, Henry and Mudge: The First Book.

Please take some time to review them with your child.

  1. curly (adj.) – having curls; formed into a round shape
  2. straight (adj.) – not having curves, bends, angles, or curls
  3. floppy (adj.) – soft and bends easily
  4. weighed (v.) – to measure how heavy something is
  5. collars (n.) – a small belt that goes around a dog’s neck and holds dog tags
  6. drooled (v.) – to let saliva (spit) flow out of the mouth
  7. stood (v.) – to be upright on your legs and feet; standing
  8. row (n.) – a straight line of people or things next to each other

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