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TreasuresReadingTeachers



School:Treasures Games
Location:Reading
Comments:Working on games for all grades for the Treasures Reading Series.



Stingray Chaser

Free stingrays and remove harmful algae from the ocean. After removing enough debris from the stingrays, you will be asked to select the correct answer to continue.




Pinball

Vocabulary Pinball Click on the red flipper buttons to keep the ball in play. Try to hit all of the letters with the ball to spell a word. Next, choose the correct definition for the word. A correct answer gives a free ball and an incorrect takes a ball away. Hold down and release the green button to launch the ball! Try all of the lists or register to make your own!




Word Find

Play the classic Word Search and find game.




Word Scramble - Words Only

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Word Scramble - Problems and Definitions

Solve the scrambled words by moving the tiles around. Use the vocabulary definition or math answers to provide you the hint you need!




Hangman

Play hangman with your words. Guess letters to form words from the lists that are added by people just like you! Practice your classroom lists.




List Content

David's New Friends SP

  • him -- Katie asked ? to play ball.
  • hit -- Tyler ? the ball with the bat.
  • study -- We ? at the library.
  • has -- Mary ? many books.
  • had -- I ? to walk to school.
  • six -- Carson is ? years old.
  • can -- Jim ? write well.
  • even -- Two and four are ? numbers.
  • wag -- My dogs ? their tails.
  • fix -- Mom can ? my broken toy.
  • if -- Come and play ? you can.
  • blue -- The sky was clear and ?.
  • will -- Tim ? erase the board.
  • sat -- Tom ? next to me.
  • bad -- Robert was in a ? mood.

David's New Friends V

  • groan -- Try not to ? when you get your reading assignment.
  • groan -- to make a deep, unhappy sound
  • whisper -- to speak very softly
  • different -- unlike, not the same
  • groan -- Try not to ? when you get your reading assignment.
  • carefully -- using care, thinking about what you're doing
  • whisper -- You must ? while in the library.
  • different -- Vanilla and strawberry are two, very ? flavors.
  • different -- unlike, not the same
  • carefully -- using care, thinking about what you're doing
  • tomorrow -- the day after today
  • different -- Vanilla and strawberry are two, very ? flavors.
  • excited -- thrilled, happy about something
  • carefully -- Please, cut out the pictures ?.
  • tomorrow -- ? is Saturday.
  • tomorrow -- the day after today
  • excited -- thrilled, happy about something
  • tomorrow -- ? is Saturday.
  • groan -- to make a deep, unhappy sound
  • excited -- I am ? to start 3rd grade!
  • whisper -- to speak very softly

Dear Juno (vocab)

  • soared -- flew high in the air
  • photograph -- a picture made with a camera
  • announced -- told in a loud or official way
  • envelope -- a flat paper container that usually holds a letter or card
  • crackle -- small, sharp snapping noises
  • starry -- when the sky is full of stars at night

Dear Juno SP1

  • smoke --
  • life --
  • lake --
  • clap --
  • sneeze --
  • safe --
  • smile --
  • rice --
  • crop --
  • escape --
  • fine --
  • globe --
  • plane --
  • grade --
  • wise --

Dear Juno SP2

  • grade --
  • sick --
  • globe --
  • date --
  • rice --
  • come --
  • clap --
  • wise --
  • sneeze --
  • rose --
  • lake --
  • crop --
  • smile --
  • escape --
  • home --

First Day Jitters sp1

  • crop --
  • head --
  • man --
  • click --
  • luck --
  • mess --
  • cat --
  • jump --
  • rock --
  • bathtub --
  • snack --
  • shut --
  • miss --
  • pond --
  • anthill --

First Day Jitters sp2

  • sick --
  • click --
  • mess --
  • miss --
  • anthill --
  • step --
  • cat --
  • snack --
  • luck --
  • clap --
  • rock --
  • jump --
  • pond --
  • head --
  • bathtub --

First Day Jitters- vocab

  • trudged -- walking slow, usually dragging your feet
  • chuckled -- laugh quietly
  • nonsense -- silly or completely untrue
  • nervous -- afraid or worried
  • downstairs -- down the stairs
  • fumbled -- done in a clumsy way

Gr Unit 3-1 sp2

  • pour -- Would you please ??? me some milk for my cereal?
  • wore -- I ??? my favorite shirt so many times, it's completely faded.
  • sign -- Please have your parents ??? on the dotted line.
  • porch -- We're going to build a bigger ??? on the front of the house.
  • chore -- One ??? I hate to do is clean out the litter box.
  • knots -- Boy Scouts learn to tie different ??? to earn some of their badges
  • sharks -- I saw several different types of ??? at the Tennessee Aquarium.
  • story -- I read my younger sister a ??? before she went to bed.
  • carve -- Have you ever seen anyone ??? an ice sculpture?
  • artist -- I love to draw and I think I'd like to be an ??? someday.

Gr3 Unit 2-1 Voc

  • decorated -- made to look better by adding pretty things to it
  • symbol -- a picture or shape that stands for something else
  • gnaws -- bites something hard again and again in order to wear away little by little
  • securing -- attaching or tying something so it does not move
  • darkened -- made or became blacker, so there is less light
  • weakest -- least strong or powerful

Gr3 Unit 2-2 Voc

  • dangerous -- likely to cause harm; unsafe
  • admire -- to respect or think well of someone or something
  • passion -- a very strong feeling or liking for something
  • bothering -- giving people trouble or annoying them
  • splendid -- something that is very good or excellent
  • concentrate -- to pay attention or think very carefully about something being done
  • ached -- had a dull and steady pain

Gr3 Unit 2-3

  • thick --
  • sixth --
  • what --
  • shock --
  • thicken --
  • month --
  • whales --
  • wheel --
  • washing --
  • shadow --
  • weather --
  • this --
  • dishpan --
  • them --
  • pathway --

Gr3 Unit 2-3 Voc

  • objects -- anything that can be seen or touched; things
  • summarize -- when readers use their own words
  • entertainment -- something that pleases, amuses or interests, especially a performance or show
  • opinions -- show what a person or group believes, thinks or feels about someone
  • predictions -- attempts at guessing beforehand
  • facts -- statements that can be proved to be true
  • computers -- an electronic device that stores and processes large amounts of information and is able to perform complicated mathematical tasks

Gr3 Unit 2-4 sp

  • strength --
  • throw --
  • scribble --
  • strong --
  • streamer --
  • scraped --

Gr3 Unit 2-4 sp1

  • streamer --
  • scraped --
  • scratch --
  • screens --
  • spree --
  • strength --
  • throw --
  • thrown --
  • screams --
  • thread --
  • scribble --
  • strong --
  • spread --
  • stream --
  • scrubs --

Gr3 Unit 2-5 sp

  • knapsack --
  • gnaws --
  • knock --
  • sign --
  • gnat --
  • wristwatch --
  • wring --
  • know --
  • knight --
  • wrists --
  • knots --
  • wrong --
  • write --
  • wreck --
  • wrap --

Gr3 Unit 2-5 Voc

  • talented -- having a natural ability or skill
  • acceptance -- an agreement to take something given or offered
  • single -- one
  • proper -- correct or suitable for a certain purpose
  • useful -- helpful; serving a good use or purpose
  • excitement -- a feeling of being happy because something good has happened or will happen

Gr3 Unit 3-1 sp1

  • wrong -- How many questions did you get ??? on your exam?
  • shorts -- I wore ??? to school in May.
  • hard -- Sometimes, it's ??? to write a story.
  • sport -- My favorite ??? is football.
  • bark -- I heard the dogs ??? all night.
  • sore -- I am so ??? from helping my mom clean out our book room.
  • yard -- The dog ruined the flowers in the ??? when he chased the cat.
  • orchard -- We usually go to an apple ??? to pick apples once a year.
  • sharp -- My tooth broke and it's so ??? it's cutting my tongue.
  • storms -- The weather man predicted that three ??? will turn into hurricanes.

Gr3 Unit 3-1 sp2

  • porch -- We're going to build a bigger ??? on the front of the house.
  • chore -- One ??? I hate to do is clean out the litter box.
  • knots -- Boy Scouts learn to tie different ??? to earn some of their badges
  • sharks -- I saw several different types of ??? at the Tennessee Aquarium.
  • story -- I read my younger sister a ??? before she went to bed.
  • carve -- Have you ever seen anyone ??? an ice sculpture?
  • artist -- I love to draw and I think I'd like to be an ??? someday.
  • pour -- Would you please ??? me some milk for my cereal?
  • wore -- I ??? my favorite shirt so many times, it's completely faded.
  • sign -- Please have your parents ??? on the dotted line.

Gr3 Unit2-1 sp

  • speaks --
  • free --
  • seal --
  • cream --
  • sixteen --
  • freeze --
  • week --
  • heel --
  • clean --
  • field --
  • weak --
  • green --
  • creek --
  • team --
  • peanut --

Gr3 Unit2-2 sp

  • stretch --
  • bench --
  • cheek --
  • chum --
  • crunching --
  • cheese --
  • hatch --
  • lunch --
  • pitch --
  • catcher --
  • watching --
  • chunk --
  • ditch --
  • teacher --
  • sandwich --

Gr3 Unit2-4 Voc

  • easily -- without problems or difficulties
  • probably -- most likely to happen or be true
  • temperatures -- the degree of how hot or cold things are, as measured by a thermometer
  • dim -- having or giving little light; not bright
  • main -- most important
  • telescope -- a tool that makes faraway objects look larger and closer
  • farther -- at a greater distance than something else
  • solar system -- the sun and all the planets, satellites, celestial bodies and comets that circle around

Penguin Chick (vocab)

  • whips -- moves or hits quickly and suddenly
  • huddle -- a group of animals or people that is close together
  • fierce -- very strong or violent
  • shuffles -- to walk without lifting one's feet off the ground
  • down -- fine, soft feathers on a bird
  • echoes -- to make a noise and the sound repeats
  • junior -- the younger or smaller

Penguin Chick (sp1)

  • blow --
  • scold --
  • bowl --
  • soak --
  • sold --
  • window --
  • show --
  • gold --
  • roast --
  • grows --
  • plain --
  • float --
  • coal --
  • loaf --
  • coast --

Penguin Chick (sp2)

  • gray --
  • grows --
  • coast --
  • snow --
  • blow --
  • program --
  • coal --
  • sold --
  • float --
  • plain --
  • snail --
  • slow --
  • soak --
  • show --
  • window --

Perfect Pet (sp1)

  • buy --
  • wind --
  • soak --
  • children --
  • bowl --
  • bright --
  • pie --
  • fight --
  • fry --
  • flight --
  • dye --
  • sky --
  • find --
  • right --
  • child --

Perfect Pet (sp2)

  • fry --
  • children --
  • gold --
  • child --
  • ties --
  • tight --
  • wind --
  • bowl --
  • pie --
  • mild --
  • fight --
  • soak --
  • might --
  • buy --
  • bright --

The Perfect Pet (vocab)

  • manage -- to do something even if it's not easy
  • perfect -- nothing wrong with it
  • satisfy -- to make happy- to meet needs
  • appetite -- a feeling of wanting to eat
  • healthy -- not sick, well
  • scratch -- cut or scrape
  • challenge -- a task that requires extra effort

Whose Habitat Is It? (voc

  • neighborhood -- area that's part of a city or town
  • resort -- use your last option
  • addressing -- to work on or to deal with
  • content -- to be happy and satisfied
  • habitat -- the natural place for life and growth for an organism

Whose Habitat Is It? sp1

  • afraid --
  • trail --
  • may --
  • plain --
  • gray --
  • lady --
  • globe --
  • pail --
  • ray --
  • plays --
  • great --
  • safe --
  • plays --
  • paint --
  • sway --

Whose Habitat Is It? sp2

  • lady --
  • rice --
  • fail --
  • snail --
  • plays --
  • great --
  • safe --
  • bay --
  • braid --
  • sway --
  • afraid --
  • tray --
  • gray --
  • plain --
  • paint --
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