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Mrs.Valent's Third Grade



School:Chesterbrook Academy
Location:Oaks PA
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List Content

Blue/Green - May 16-20

  • tractor -- a heavy vehicle that moves on wheels usually found on a farm
  • auction -- a public sale in which each thing is sold to the person who offers the most money
  • dust -- fine dry earth
  • pony -- a kind of small horse
  • swift -- moving fast
  • chores -- small tasks or easy jobs usually done regularly
  • pasture -- a grassy field or hill
  • sturdy -- strong
  • auctioneer -- a person whose business is conducting auctions
  • girth -- a strap or band that keeps the saddle in place on a horse
  • saddle -- a seat for a rider on a horse's back

Blue/Green - Oct 18-22

  • basketball -- ball used in playing the game of basketball
  • dribbled -- move a ball along by bouncing it
  • professional -- of or having to do with a profession
  • backboard -- the upright surface where the basket is attached
  • courts -- places marked off for a game
  • playground -- a place for outdoor play
  • aimed -- pointed or directed something at a goal or target
  • bounced -- caused to bounce
  • gift -- something given, present
  • shoot -- to send a ball toward the goal while trying to score

Blue/Green Dec.6-10

  • cardboard -- stiff thick paper used for making boxes
  • island -- piece of land surrounded by water
  • confused -- unable to think clearly about something
  • burrows -- make a hole or tunnel in the ground
  • hatch -- eggs: break open so baby can come out
  • underground -- below the surface of the ground
  • stranded -- left somewhere and unable to leave
  • cliff -- area of high land with steep sides
  • searching -- to look at someone very carefully or to look for something
  • puffin -- black and white bird with brightly colored beak

Blue/Green Group Feb 7-11

  • serious -- thoughful; grave
  • congratulate -- to express pleasure at the hapiness or good fortune of others
  • neighborhood -- poeple living near one another
  • prove -- to try out; test
  • compete -- to try hard to win or gain something wanted by others
  • milling -- moving about in a confusing way
  • problem -- a question; difficult question
  • trophy -- an award given as a sign of victory
  • jokes -- things said or done to make somebody laugh
  • prize -- a reward won after a trying against others

Blue/Green Group May 9-13

  • lantern -- a portable lamp with a case to protect light from rain or wind
  • newspaper -- sheets of paper printed every day or week, telling the news
  • alphabet -- the letters of a language, arranged in the usual order, not as they are in words
  • coopers -- people who make or repair barrels
  • magic -- done by magic or as if by magic
  • tales -- stories
  • cabin -- a small, roughly built house
  • learning -- gaining knowledge or skill
  • saltworks -- a plant where salt is made on a commerical scale
  • barrels -- contains with round tops and bottoms with curved sides

Blue/Green Group Sept. 13

  • fantastic -- very good or quick
  • stubborn -- not giving in to arguments or requests
  • cowhand -- someone whose job is to take care of cows on a ranch in the U.S.
  • stampede -- a sudden scattering of frightened herb of cattle
  • wrangler -- a person who takes care of the saddles and horses
  • cowboy -- a man whose job is to take care of horses and cattle on a ranch in the U.S.
  • imagination -- ability to think of clever ideas, original ideas, possibilities, or solutions
  • visit -- go to spend time with someone

Blue/Green Group- Jan. 3

  • authors -- people who write books, poems, stories, or articles
  • libraries -- collection of books, films, and magazines
  • manuscript -- a handwritten or typed book or article
  • rejection -- a refusal to take, turn down
  • information -- knowledge given of some fact or event
  • suggestions -- ideas brought to mind
  • publisher -- people or companies whose business is to produce and sell printed material
  • difficult -- hard to do or understand
  • museum -- buildings or rooms in which collections of objects are kept or displayed
  • persistence -- refusing to stop or give up

Blue/Green Group- March 7

  • lightning -- a flash of electricity in the sky
  • recipe -- a set of directions for preparing something to eat
  • bellowed -- made a loud deep noise
  • horizon -- the line where Earth and sky seem to meet
  • measured -- found the size or amount of anything
  • weather -- the condition of the air at a certain place and time
  • distance -- a place far away
  • luscious -- very pleasing to taste, smell, hear, see, or feel
  • thunder -- the loud noise that accompanies or follows a flash of lightning
  • bolt -- a flash of lightning

Blue/Green Group- May 2-6

  • cherished -- cared for dearly
  • howling -- a loud, long mournful cry
  • trudge -- to walk wearily or with great effort
  • wind -- air in motion
  • duchess -- a wife or widow of a duke
  • stumble -- to walk in an unsteady way
  • whirled -- moved or carried
  • dressmaker -- a person who makes women's or children's clothing
  • snatched -- seized suddenly
  • whipped -- moved, pushed, or pulled quickly and suddenly

Blue/Green Group- Nov 1-5

  • hinge -- metal object that fixes door to frame
  • carnivorous -- an animal that eats another animal
  • dissolve -- mix substance into liquid completely
  • pitcher -- container with handles for serving drinks
  • collect -- get and keep things
  • insects -- very small animal that has six legs
  • chemicals -- substance produced by process involving chemistry

Blue/Green Group- Nov. 15

  • damage -- to harm or injure so as to lessen the value
  • funnel -- a thing that is narrow at the bottom with a cone and a wide mouth
  • storms -- strong winds, with heavy rain, snow, or hail
  • wrecked -- destroyed or ruined
  • detect -- to discover
  • satellites -- an object that orbits around the Earth
  • warnings -- notices given in advance
  • destory -- to spoil, ruin, do away
  • noise -- a sound that is not pleasant or musical
  • tornado -- a powerful and destructive wind storm

Blue/Green Group- Nov. 29

  • ocean -- a great body of salt water
  • lifeboat -- strong, open boat with oars used to save people at sea
  • melt -- turns from solid to liquid by heating
  • glacier -- a large mass of ice formed from snow
  • breaks -- comes apart
  • thousand -- ten hundreds
  • iceberg -- a large mass of floating ice
  • alert -- watchful

Blue/Green Group- Nov.8

  • dream -- something experienced in the mind during sleep
  • plastic -- strong light substance produced by chemical process
  • breathe -- to take air into and out of the lungs
  • planet -- large round object that moves around a star
  • switches -- something that controls electrical supply to equipment
  • basement -- part of a buliding below ground
  • heroes -- someone who has done something brave
  • scary -- making you feel frightened

Blue/Green Group- Sept 20

  • cozy -- warm, comfortable, and making you relaxed
  • gobbled -- eat something quickly and often noisily
  • smithereens -- to smash into many pieces
  • comfortable -- feeling relaxed, without unpleasant feelings
  • forest -- large area of land covered by trees
  • porridge -- hot food of oatmeal and milk or water
  • explanation -- reason you give for doing something
  • naughty -- a child behaving badly and refusing to obey

Blue/Green Group-3-21

  • shone -- was lit and bright
  • compassion -- pity; feeling for another's sorrow or hardship that leads to help
  • dignity -- a sense of pride and self respect
  • respect -- honor
  • astonished -- greatly surprised
  • despair -- the loss of hope
  • refuge -- shelter or protection from danger or trouble
  • spied -- to watch in secret
  • cruel -- ready to give pain to others
  • excitement -- an excited condition

Blue/Green Group-April 25

  • commotion -- a violent movement; confusion; disturbance
  • ducklings -- young ducks
  • traffic -- people, cars, trucks, or other like things coming and going in travel
  • brooded -- sat on eggs in order for them to hatch
  • dozed -- to sleep for a short time
  • proceeded -- went on after having stopped
  • avenue -- a street, sometimes wide or bordered with trees
  • dori -- Japanese for street or avenue
  • encourage -- to get someone to do something
  • vendors -- someone who sells something not in a store

Blue/Green Group-Jan 24

  • easily -- in an easy manner, without trying hard
  • introduce -- to make known
  • bounded -- leaped or sprang lightly along
  • direction -- any way in which one may face or point
  • harness -- the leather strips, bands, and other pieces used to hitch a horse or animals
  • patient -- having patience; showing you can wait
  • attachment -- connection
  • diagonally -- slanting
  • guide -- someone or something that shows the way
  • obedience -- doing what one is told to do
  • correcting -- setting right by punishing; finding fault with something

Blue/Green Group-Oct 4-8

  • practice -- an action done over and over
  • tourist -- a person who travels
  • charro -- a Mexican cowboy
  • grandfather -- male parent of mother or father
  • performers -- a person who performs/ acts, sings, or does a talent
  • rodeo -- a contest of roping and cattle riding skills
  • favorite -- liked better than others
  • Mexican -- of or having to do with Mexico
  • prepare -- to make ready
  • exhibition -- a public show or event
  • holidays -- days off to enjoy not working or no school

Blue/Green Jan. 10

  • partners -- members of a company or firm who share the risks and profits of the business
  • wealth -- a large quantity; riches
  • clever -- bright; intelligent; having a quick mind
  • lazy -- not willing to work or be active
  • risky -- dangerous
  • cheated -- did business or played in a way that was not honest
  • harvesting -- reaping and gathering food crops
  • profit -- to make a gain(money) from business
  • business -- work done to earn a living
  • debt -- something owed to another

Blue/Green- April 11-15

  • cockpit -- the place in an airplane where the pilot sits
  • engine -- the part of a machine that uses energy to make the machine run or move
  • navigate -- to sail, manage, or steer a ship, aircraft, or rocket
  • attempt -- to try
  • destination -- the place to which a person or thing is going or being sent
  • instruments -- devices for measuring, recording, or controlling
  • soars -- flies at great heights
  • compass -- instruments for showing directions, having a needle that points north
  • flight -- a trip in an aircraft
  • route -- a way to go

Blue/Green-2-28/3-4

  • devoured -- ate hungrily
  • firecrackers -- paper roll containing powder and a fuse
  • scolded -- suddenly frightened
  • appreciate -- to be thankful for
  • exploding -- blowing up
  • rustling -- a light soft sound of things gently rubbing together
  • dragon -- a huge fierce animal in old stories
  • lucky -- having or bringing good luck
  • worthless -- not good for anything

Blue/Green-3-14

  • decreed -- made an official law or order
  • grain -- the smallest amount
  • reward -- a return made for something done
  • thief -- a person who steals
  • famine -- lack of food in a place
  • raja -- a ruler or chief in India and in some other Eastern countries
  • storehouse -- places where things are stored
  • double -- twice as much
  • palaces -- a very large house, especially the offical house of the king or queen
  • single -- one and no more

Orange Group

  • duplex -- house joined to another house
  • honorable -- deserving respect
  • chattering -- talk fast about unimportant subject
  • hesitate -- paste before doing something or do it slowly
  • bandanna -- colored cloth worn around head or neck
  • haul -- pull or carry something heavy with effort
  • slendid -- impressive and beautiful to look at

Orange Group - May 16-20

  • downpour -- a large amount of rain that falls quickly
  • lozenge -- medicine shaped like candy, that you suck while you have a cough or a cold
  • arrested -- taken to the police station because you are believed to have committed a crime
  • frill -- a narrow piece of cloth with many folds
  • sensation -- a feeling, especially strange one, caused by a particular experience
  • affair -- things relating to your personal life
  • fortune -- a very large amount of money
  • melancholy -- feeling of sadness and being without hope

Orange Group - Oct 4-8

  • tourist -- someone visiting a place on vacation
  • burglar -- someone who enters illegally and steals things
  • fictitious -- not real or true
  • scowl -- make face have angry expression
  • antique -- valuable old object
  • fad -- something popular or fashionable for a short time
  • logbook -- book containing official record of a journey
  • alfalfa -- plant used as food for animals
  • conversation -- private and informal talk between people
  • juke box -- a machine that plays music when you put in money

Orange Group May 9-13

  • bald -- with little or no hair on head
  • escape -- get away from dangerous place or get away from prison
  • meantime -- from now until future time or event
  • criminal -- someone who has committed a crime
  • imitate -- copy something or copy someone's behavior for fun
  • trot -- animal; move slightly faster than walking- person; speed of a person's walk
  • convince -- make someone believe that something is true
  • faint -- not strong or clear or feeling that you are going to become unconscious
  • routine -- usual way of doing things

Orange Group Sept 13

  • halyard -- a rope used to raise or lower something such as a sail or flag
  • loner -- somebody who prefers to work or be alone
  • wrath -- strong anger, often with a desire for revenge
  • cautious -- having or showing care, thoughtfulness, restraint, and lack of haste
  • insulate -- to prevent or reduce the passage of heat, electricity, or sound into, from, or through something, especially by surrounding it with some material
  • snoop -- somebody who pries into other people's lives
  • Cab -- the part of a large vehicle such as a truck, a locomotive, or a large crane where the driver or operator sits
  • handy -- skillful at doing a number of different things
  • prose -- writing or speech that is ordinary or matter-of-fact, without embellishment

Orange Group Sept. 20

  • diorama -- miniture copy of a scene
  • grove -- group of trees of particular type
  • sagebrush -- bush with white flowers from western United States
  • cater -- provide food and drinks at an event
  • fussy -- only satisfied if things are exactly right
  • reserve -- supply of something for use when needed
  • blubber -- try to say something while crying
  • feedlot -- area or building in which livestock are kept while being fattened
  • prowl -- move around an area quietly
  • bay -- area for putting or storing

Orange Group- 2/28-3/4

  • aeronaut -- someone who flies in a blimp or balloon
  • ordinary -- not special in anyway
  • sensational -- outstanding; exceptionally good
  • adjourned -- to stop business or a meeting
  • gullible -- tending to trust and believe people; easilt tricked
  • scuttle -- a small hatch door; to destroy or bring something to an end
  • crisis -- a period of time which things are very uncertain
  • radiant -- expressing joy, energy, or good health in a pleasing way

Orange Group- 3-14

  • enticing -- making you want to have it
  • lumber -- to walk slowly because of being large and heavy
  • trundle -- to move slowly with regular heavy steps
  • heroine -- main female character of a book; does something brave or good
  • territory -- an area of a land controlled by a particular leader or country
  • hazelnut -- a nut from a hazel tree
  • snag -- problem or disadvantageyou did not expect
  • vanish -- to disappear in a sudden and mysterious way

Orange Group- April 25-29

  • attention -- the interest or thought that you give something you are listening to or watching
  • intend -- to have a plan in your mind to do something
  • rumble -- make a continuous deep sound,
  • whimper -- make a small sound of pain, fear, or sadness
  • crept -- move somewhere quietly and slowly
  • normal -- something that is how you expect it to be, it is not unusual or surprising in any way
  • tremble -- body; shake for example because of fear
  • charm -- a personal quality that attracts people to you and makes you like you
  • missionary -- someone sent to teach people particular religion
  • terrorize -- frighten people by threatening or harming them

Orange Group- Feb. 7-11

  • petition -- a document signed by many people wanting something
  • compassion -- a feeling of sympathy for someone who is in a bad situation because you understand and care about them
  • lingering -- lasting for a long time
  • elation -- a feeling of great hapiness and excitement
  • generosity -- kindness, especially in giving things to poeple
  • scoff -- to laugh or say things to show that you think someone or something is stupid or deserves no respect
  • astounding -- extremely surprising or shoking
  • flustered -- feeling confused, embarrassed, or nervous, especially because you have too much to do or too little time to do something

Orange Group- Jan. 10-14

  • extravagant -- spending or costing a lot of money
  • armor -- metal clothing that soldiers wore in the middle ages to protect their bodies
  • evidence -- facts that help to prove something
  • elegant -- attrative because of being beautiful and simple
  • inconspicuous -- not easily seen or not attracting attention
  • muzzle -- object put around a dog's mouth to stop biting
  • consensus -- argeement among all people involved

Orange Group- Jan. 3-7

  • abrasion -- injury caused by rubbing skin
  • cupid -- Roman god of love
  • stealthily -- quiet and not noticed by people
  • corpuscle -- white or red cell in blood
  • sprite -- small creature in stories, living near water
  • amassed -- collect money or information gradually
  • mastaba -- ancient Egypt, a brick tomb built with a flat base and sloping sides and a flat roof
  • topaz -- a clear yellow stone used for making jewelry

Orange Group- Jan.24-28

  • bolt -- metal bar for locking door or window or run quickly, especially because you are frightened
  • enraptured -- enjoying something very much
  • rake -- tool for making soil level and removing leaves
  • avenge -- punish someone who does you harm
  • doe -- female deer
  • luscious -- food; looking, smelling, and tasting especially good
  • brazen -- person; behaving in immoral or shocking
  • frailty -- weak physical condition and bad health
  • perch -- narrow or small place where someone sits or area or object a bird rests on

Orange Group- March 7-11

  • idiotic -- showing a lack of good sense or intelligence
  • bewilderment -- to confuse or puzzle somebody completely
  • exasperate -- to make somebody very angry or fustrated
  • stammered -- to speak or say something with many quick hesitations
  • barricade -- a barrier that protects defenders or blocks a route
  • disposed -- having a particular attitude towards somebody of something
  • scorn -- a strong feeling of dislike
  • blunt -- not sharp or very straightfoward

Orange Group- May 2-6

  • furious -- extremely angry
  • palmetto -- a low growing plam plant with fan shaped leaves
  • charmer -- someone who is good at making people like them, especially in order to gain abd advantage
  • installment -- one of several payments of a larger amount
  • roundabout -- not direct, simple, or short
  • arrange -- to make plans for something to happen
  • holler -- shout very loudly
  • peculiar -- strange, often in an unpleasant way

Orange Group- Nov. 15-19

  • mutual -- shared by two people or done in the same way
  • sarcophagus -- stone box for putting a dead body in
  • urn -- large attractive container for flowers or plants
  • glorification -- make someone or something seem more impressive
  • accumulation -- amount collected over time
  • mimicked -- copy voice, behavior, or appearence of someone
  • stifled -- stop something from developing

Orange Group- Nov. 29

  • tycoon -- someone powerful and with great wealth
  • complemented -- completing part, one of two
  • imposter -- someone who pretends to be another
  • embalm -- to preserve a dead body
  • inconspicuous -- not easily seen or noticed
  • matinee -- an afternoon showning of a movie or play
  • orthopedic -- relating to bones
  • tyrannies -- cruel use of power

Orange Group-2-28/3-4

  • turbulent -- moving suddenly and violently in different directions
  • deftly -- quick, clever, and skillful
  • scamper -- to run quickly or playfully
  • crouched -- to bend down low, to squat down
  • ricochet -- to hit a surface and bounce
  • wrenching -- pull and twist something away, injure something by twisting
  • anxious -- feeling nervous, worried, or afraid
  • mission -- a special task given to a person to complete

Orange Group-3-21

  • contentment -- happiness that comes from enjoying your life
  • humiliate -- to make someone feel very embarrassed and ashamed
  • vicious -- extremely violent
  • compromise -- an agreement with both people giving up something as to solve a problem
  • foliage -- the leaves of a plant or tree
  • taunt -- cruel remarks intended to make someone angry
  • excruciating -- causing extreme physical pain
  • kernel -- the soft part of a nut or seed; seed of a plant grown as a crop

Orange Group-Dec. 6-10

  • boodle -- a large amount of money that has been acquired or used in a corrupt way
  • theatrics -- behavior intended to make people notice you
  • emitted -- to send something out into the air; especially gas, light, or heat
  • acquistion -- the process of buying something or obtaining it in some other way
  • curator -- someone who takes care of musuem objects
  • hodgepodge -- group of things not belonging together
  • orlon -- man-made fabric
  • pagan -- relating to ancient religion

Orange Group-Nov.1-5

  • chancellor -- official leader of an university or a leader of a government
  • exchequer -- the government dept. responsible for collecting taxes
  • spigot -- a faucet on an outside water pipe
  • jostled -- to push someone as you move past or compete for something
  • percolator -- equipment used for making coffee
  • chauffeur -- to drive a rich or important person in a car
  • calculated -- done deliberately to have a particular effect
  • monotony -- bored feeling because nothing changes
  • venture -- to do something that is a risk
  • kaleidoscope -- a toy showing changing colored patterns

Orange Group-Nov.8-12

  • anemia -- when blood contains too few red blood cells
  • expenditures -- money spent
  • fussbudget -- someone who worries about unimportant things
  • essence -- the most important part of something
  • forceps -- medical tool for holding things in operations
  • vow -- a serious promise
  • cheapskate -- someone who hates to spend money
  • fiscal -- relating to money and financial matters
  • mohair -- soft wool from a goat

Orange Group-Oct 12-14

  • patrol -- move around a place to prevent trouble
  • silence -- period of time when no one speaks
  • villian -- an evil person or criminal
  • jackrabbit -- a wild animal like a large rabbit that lives in open areas of the US
  • quiver -- shake with short quick movements
  • typewriter -- a machine with keys for typing onto paper
  • dim -- light that is not bright
  • pretend -- try to make someone believe something
  • tournament -- series of games producing one final winner

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  • exit -- to leave
  • halt -- to stop
  • August -- a month in a year
  • recess -- to take a break
  • auto -- a car

Yellow Group - Feb. 7-11

  • compunction -- feeling that you should not do something because it is wrong
  • excitement -- the feeling of being excited
  • untenable -- impossible to continue because of serious problem
  • anicent -- very old; relating to periods very long ago
  • decency -- behavior that is moral, good, or reasonable
  • scruples -- a moral principle that prevents you from doing something that you think is bad
  • consideration -- careful thought before making a decision
  • morals -- relating to right and wrong and the way that people should behave

Yellow Group - Nov. 8-12

  • obedient -- doing as told or well behaved
  • spectacles -- eyeglasses
  • arithmetic -- basic math
  • nimble -- fast and light in movement
  • scholar -- a learned person
  • eager -- very excited about doing something
  • rhinestones -- small fake gem that looks like a diamond
  • baggage -- packed suitcases and bags

Yellow Group - Sept. 20

  • ambulance -- a vechicle for taking people to the hospital
  • overdo -- do, say, or use something too much
  • speck -- a very small spot or mark
  • freckle -- small brown spot on skin
  • sensible -- reasonable and practical
  • vinegar -- sour liquid for adding flavor to food
  • blur -- difficult to see clearly
  • poke -- push something quickly with finger or object
  • study -- process of learning

Yellow Group May9-13

  • pounce -- quickly jump on or hold
  • burglar -- someone who enters illegally and steals things
  • labyrinth -- place with many paths or passages
  • poised -- about to do or achieve something or waiting in position to move immediately
  • recite -- say a poem or story to audience
  • irritate -- make someone feel annoyed or impatient
  • panic -- sudden very strong feeling or fear or worry
  • reassure -- make someone feel less worried about something
  • immense -- extremely large
  • opinion -- attitude you have towards something

Yellow Group Sept. 13

  • manners -- the way in which something is done or happens
  • whisper -- to speak or say something very softly
  • combination -- a series of numbers or letters needed to open a combination lock
  • manage -- to survive or continue despite difficulties
  • waste -- unwanted or unusable items
  • appendictis -- inflammation of the appendix, causing severe pain
  • inspect -- to examine something carefully in order to judge its quality or correctness
  • recipe -- a list of ingredients and instructions for making a food dish
  • allowance -- a small sum of money paid regularly by parents to a child so that the child can make his or her own purchases
  • deal -- an agreement, arrangement

Yellow Group- 3-21

  • acoustic -- relating to sound and the way people hear things
  • custodian -- a person who cleans and takes care of a building
  • peculiar -- strange or especially true
  • crutch -- a stick that fits under your arm so that you can walk when your leg is injured
  • mannequin -- a model of a human body in a store window
  • burly -- strong and with a broad strudy frame
  • genie -- a spirit with magic powers in ancient times
  • turban -- a long piece of cloth wrapped around the head; worn as a hat

Yellow Group- April 25-29

  • genuine -- real, rather thane false or pretend
  • sheath -- a cover used for carving knife or sword
  • engraved -- to cut words or pictures into a hard surface such as stone, metal, or glass
  • saliva -- watery fluid, in the mouth by the salivary glands, that helps in tasting, chewing, and swallowing
  • wolfed -- eat something very quickly
  • ability -- fact that you can do something
  • meek -- quiet, gentle, and easily persuaded by other people to do what they want
  • squinted -- to close your eyes slightly and try to see something

Yellow Group- Dec. 6-10

  • bitterly -- in very angry, or disappointed way
  • cautiously -- in a careful way
  • endure -- suffer something unpleasant over a long period
  • mention -- say something during a conversation without many details
  • frolic -- play happily with lots of energy and movement
  • certainly -- used for saying something is definitely true
  • absolutely -- completely
  • trough -- long open container for animals' food
  • occasionally -- sometimes

Yellow Group- Jan. 10-14

  • instructions -- statement about something that must be done
  • scythes -- tool for cutting long grass or grain
  • hullabaloo -- lot of excitement about an event or noise made by angry or excited people
  • loft -- the upper floor in a farm building used for storing hay
  • commotion -- noise and confused activity
  • dazed -- not thinking clearly because of a head injury
  • captivity -- situation where someone is being kept prisoner
  • orchard -- area for growing fruit trees

Yellow Group- Jan. 3-7

  • relieved -- stop something unpleasant
  • delightfully -- very pleasing
  • patient -- capable of waiting
  • enchanted -- to charm, delight, or capitivate somebody
  • amused -- to make somebody laugh or smile
  • perspiration -- fluid lost from the body by sweating
  • vanished -- to disappear suddenly
  • manure -- fertilizer made from animal waste

Yellow Group- Jan.24-28

  • appealing -- attractive and interesting
  • gloomily -- feeling sad and without hope
  • praise -- express strong approval or admiration
  • disgust -- very strong feeling of not liking something
  • honestly -- in honest and moral way
  • steadily -- held firmly without moving or shaking
  • approximately -- used when something is not exact
  • gnawing -- keep biting something
  • reconsider -- think again about decision

Yellow Group- March 7-11

  • audience -- a group of people gathered to watch and listen to a show, concert, movie, or speech
  • garrulous -- talking too much or using too many words
  • reputation -- views that are generally held about somebody or a high opinion about somebody
  • distinguish -- recognize differences between people or things
  • monotonous -- uninteresting or boring, speaking in a boring tone
  • versatile -- many uses, or able to move easily from one thing to another
  • daintily -- delicate and pretty
  • inconvenient -- causing difficulties or unwanted extra effort, work or trouble
  • sentiments -- thought or idea based on a feeling or emotion

Yellow Group- May 16-20

  • vial -- a small bottle for storing medicine or perfume
  • elixir -- liquid that people believe have magical powers
  • orchard -- an area of land where fruit trees are grown
  • solemn -- involving serious behaior or serious attitudes
  • gawk -- to look at someone or something for a long time in a rude or stupid way
  • precise -- always careful to be accurate and correct
  • formula -- list of exact amounts of something's ingredients
  • plantation -- a large farm where crops such as tea, coffee, cotton, and sugar are grown

Yellow Group- May 2-6

  • peculiar -- strange, often in an unpleasant way
  • embarrass -- to make someone feel nervous, ashamed, or stupid in a social situation
  • nuisance -- something that is annoying and is a continuing problem
  • contemplate -- to consider doing something in the future
  • nimble -- able to move quickly and easily
  • bleat -- to make the sound that a sheep or gaot makes
  • hesitate -- to pause before doing something, or to do something very slowly, usually because you are nervous, embarrassed, or worried

Yellow Group- Nov. 1-5

  • shrill -- a loud piercing sound
  • anxious -- very nervous or excited
  • collision -- two or more objects crashing together
  • notions -- small items such as buttons
  • underprivileged -- someone not having the same opportunities as others
  • abdominal -- the stomach area
  • episode -- an event or period of time

Yellow Group- Nov. 29

  • injustice -- not treating someone fairly
  • miserable -- very unhappy or unpleasant
  • appetite -- wanting food, hunger
  • budge -- to move, or move something with great effort
  • distribute -- to give something out
  • promptly -- done immediately
  • runt -- smallest or weakest animal
  • specimen -- an example of its kind, such as an animal

Yellow Group- Oct 12-14

  • trousers -- clothing that covers the body fron waist down
  • ethusiasm -- excited interest in something
  • gait -- a way of walking or running
  • referee -- an official who oversees the play in a sport
  • rumpled -- to make or become messy- like clothing or hair
  • comfortably -- without problems
  • diminutive -- very small-small size

Yellow Group- Oct 18

  • uncertainly -- doubting, not sure
  • idiotic -- acting stupidly
  • temperament -- personality or attitude
  • sauntered -- a way of walking
  • slimy -- slippery, moist, offensive
  • faucet -- something used to turn on a stream of water

Yellow Group-April 11-15

  • offend -- do or say something that upsets someone
  • werewolf -- an imaginary creature who is human during the day but becomes a wolf at night when there is a full moon
  • fond -- liking and caring about someone very much
  • flabbergast -- to amaze or astonish somebody completely
  • sinister -- threatening to do harm or to do something evil
  • waddled -- move from side to side while walking
  • flounced -- to walk quickly in an impatient way, because you are angry
  • extraordinary -- very unusual and surprising

Yellow Group-Oct 4-8

  • garbage -- waste material that you are throwing away
  • ominous -- making you think something bad will happen
  • consternation -- a shocked or worried feeling, often caused when something unexpected happens
  • inconvenience -- annoying problem or situation
  • togs -- old fashioned clothes
  • bellowed -- to shout very loudly
  • impossible -- unable to be done or happen
  • ruinous -- causing severe damage or loss
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