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D is for ...
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dachshund

The Dachshund is an active dog with a long body and short legs.


dad

Dad is another word for father.


daffodil

The daffodil is a yellow flower that blooms early in the spring.


daisy

The daisy is a pretty flower.


Dalmatian

The Dalmatian is a white dog that has dark spots.


dance

When you move your body rhythmically, you are dancing.


dandelion

Dandelions are weeds with pretty yellow flowers that turn into seed puff-balls.


danger

Danger is the likelihood of getting into trouble. It's best to avoid danger.


dark

When it is dark, there isn't much light.


darkling beetle

The mealworm is the larval stage of the darkling beetle.


dart

A dart is a small, pointed object that is thrown at a target in a game.


dartboard

A dartboard is the target used when playing darts.


dash

A dash is a punctuation mark used to separate parts of a sentence. For example: The dash is also known as an "em dash" because it is the length of a printed letter m — it is longer than a hyphen.


dash

To dash is to move very quickly.


daughter

A daughter is a female offspring.


day

The sun is up during the day.
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Daylight Savings Time

Daylight savings time (abbreviated DST) is a system in which the time jumps ahead one hour in the spring and is set back one hour in the fall in order to save energy.


December

December is the twelfth month of the year.


deciduous

A deciduous plant loses its leaves in the winter. Apple trees are deciduous.


deer

Deer are long-legged mammals that have hoofed, two-toed feet.


Deinonychus

Deinonychus was a killer dinosaur that was about 5 feet tall. It had a large, sickle-shaped claw on each foot.


Delaware

Delaware is a state in the eastern United States of America. Its capital is Dover. Delaware was the first state to ratify the United States constitution (on December 7, 1787).


denominator

The denominator is the bottom number in a fraction.


desert

A desert is a very dry area.


desk

People write and study at their desks.


dessert

Desserts are sweet treats.


device

A device is a piece of equipment that does a job. For example, a can opener is a device that opens cans.
diameter

diameter

The diameter is the longest distance from one side of a circle (or a sphere) to the other.


diamond

A diamond is a very hard, shiny jewel.


diamond

A diamond is a four-sided figure whose sides are all the same length. People play baseball on a diamond-shaped field.


dice

Dice are cubes with numbers on each side that are used in games. A single one is called a die.


dictionary

A dictionary is a book that explains what words mean.


diet

A diet is what you eat. A balanced diet is good for you.
apple

different

When things are different they are not the same.


dig

You can dig a hole using a shovel.


Dilophosaurus

Dilophosaurus was a meat-eating dinosaur that had two crests on its head.


dime

A dime is a US coin worth ten cents.


Dimetrodon

Dimetrodon was a prehistoric animal, but not a dinosaur. It had a large sail of skin on its back and was a meat-eater.


dingo

The dingo is a wild dog from Australia.


dinner

Dinner is a meal that is eaten in the evening.


dinosaur

Dinosaurs are ancient reptiles that are now extinct. They lived during the Mesozoic Era, from about 230 million to 65 million years ago.


dinosaur game

You can make silly dinosaurs with this dinosaur game.
HA HA!


dinosaur jokes

If dinosaurs told jokes, they'd tell dinosaur jokes!



diorama

A diorama is a small scene representing a time, a place, and characters.


Diplodocus

Diplodocus was a huge, plant-eating dinosaur that had a long neck, a small head, and a long, whip-like tail.


dirt

Dirt is another word for soil.


dirty

When something is dirty, it is not clean.


disc

A compact disc contains a lot of encoded information, like computer games or music.


disk

A disk is a round, flat object.


dish

We eat food on a dish.


diver

Divers swim under the water.


dividend

The dividend is the number that is divided (in long division). The dividend divided by the divisor is the quotient (plus a remainder).


division

Division is an operation that divides a number into portions.


divisor

The divisor is the number that the dividend is divided by (in long division). The dividend divided by the divisor is the quotient (plus a remainder).


DNA

DNA is a complex molecule that carries genetic information.


Doberman

The Doberman is a loyal, intelligent dog.


doctor

A doctor can help you when you're sick or hurt.


dodecahedron

A dodecahedron is a twelve-sided geometric solid whose faces are pentagons.
Dodo

dodo

The dodo is an extinct, flightless bird that lived on an island in the Indian Ocean near Africa.


dog

Dogs wag their tails when they're happy.


dogfish shark

The dogfish shark is a small, very common shark that is found all over the world. It is not dangerous to people.


doghouse

Some dogs live in doghouses.


doll

Dolls are toys that look like tiny people.


dollar

A dollar is worth 100 cents.


dollhouse

A dollhouse is a tiny house for dolls.


dolphin

A dolphin is a marine mammal with a long nose and teeth. Dolphins are whales.


dominoes

Dominoes is a game played with tiles that have numbers on them.


donkey

Donkeys are a type of mammal. They can be very stubborn.


doodle

A doodle is a quick drawing done with little thought.


door

You can go in and out through a door.


dot

A dot is a tiny speck.
2 x
double

Double means twice or two times.


double bass

The double bass is a very large string instrument.


doughnut

Doughnuts are sweet and have a hole in their middle.
dove

dove

The dove is a bird that is a symbol of peace.
down

down

Down is the opposite of up.
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12

dozen

Dozen is another word for twelve.


dragon

A dragon is a big, scary, fire-breathing, make-believe beast.


dragonfly

A dragonfly is a beautiful, flying insect that can hover in the air.


Drake, Francis

Sir Francis Drake (1545-1596) was a British explorer who sailed around the world in a voyage lasting from 1577 to 1580. He led this expedition that was the second to sail around the world (Magellan led the first).


drapes

Drapes are cloth hung on and around a window.


drawing

A drawing is a picture of something.


dream

Thoughts and images that go through the mind while asleep.


dreidel

Dreidel is a game played at Hanukkah.


dress

A dress is a piece of clothing with a top and a skirt.


dresser

A dresser is a piece of furniture in which you can store things.


drill

A drill makes holes in things.


drink

People need to drink water every day.


dropper

A dropper is used to drop liquids one drop at a time.
drum

drum

Drums are very noisy musical instruments.


Dryosaurus

Dryosaurus was an early, plant-eating dinosaur.


duck

Ducks are birds that have webbed feet and a flattened bill. They swim well and live near the water.


duckling

A duckling is a young duck.


duck-billed platypus

The Duck-billed Platypus is a primitive mammal from Australia that lays eggs and has a poisonous spike on its leg.

duet

When two people perform music together, it is called a duet.


dugong

Dugongs are gentle, slow-swimming, aquatic mammals that live in warm, shallow waters.


dump truck

A dump truck is a truck that can carry and then dump its load (like gravel or soil). A dump truck toy is a great in a sandbox.


Dunkleosteus

Dunkleosteus is an extinct, heavily armored fish that lived about 400 million years ago.


dust storm

A dust storm is a very strong wind that carries dust across the land. Dust storms occur in dry areas, like deserts.


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