To caulk means to seal or fill in a crack or a crevice. The material used to caulk is often called caulking.
Chalk is a soft, white rock that can be used to draw with on rough surfaces. Chalk is usually sold in small coloured sticks, for drawing on blackboards and sidewalks.
Scientific name: quercus suber
Corks are used to keep bottles tightly closed. Cork is slightly elastic, so it can be squashed smaller and will then snap back to its old size, which makes it perfect for sealing bottles and jars. Cork is made from the bark of the cork oak, which is very closely related to the common oak tree. Cork can also be used to make floor coverings, and bulletin boards or pin boards.
A fork is used for picking up food with. The part of the fork that sticks into the food has several tines - the fork in the picture has four tines.
A hawk is any kind of small to medium sized member of the eagle family. Hawks have hooked beaks, and eat small animals like mice and other birds. They have excellent eyesight, and can spot a meal from a very long way away.
New York, abbreviated to NY, is a state in the north east of the United States of America. The capital of New York is Albany. The largest city in New York is New York City.
New York City is the largest city in the state of New York in the United States of America. It is also the largest city in the US, with a population of over 22 million in the larger metropolitan area.
Pork is any meat that comes from a pig. Some cuts and ways of preparing pork are used so often they have their own names. Two of these are ham and bacon.
A sidewalk, also called a footpath or sometimes a pavement, is a place for people to walk. Sidewalks are usually a thin strip of concrete between people's houses or shops and the road. Cars are not allowed to drive on the sidewalk.