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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

Addition/Subtraction (1)

  • 5+6 -- 11
  • 18-9 -- 9
  • 8+5 -- 13
  • 17-8 -- 9
  • 7+8 -- 15
  • 8+9 -- 17
  • 13-6 -- 7
  • 16-9 -- 7
  • 14-9 -- 5
  • 15-8 -- 7
  • 15-7 -- 8
  • 14-7 -- 7
  • 6+7 -- 13
  • 13-4 -- 9
  • 11-4 -- 7

Addition/Subtraction (2)

  • 12+10 -- 22
  • 18+5 -- 23
  • 19-3 -- 16
  • 16+9 -- 25
  • 16+8 -- 24
  • 9+2 -- 11
  • 15-3 -- 12
  • 4+9 -- 13
  • 14+6 -- 20
  • 22-9 -- 13
  • 20-8 -- 12
  • 4+13 -- 17
  • 17+5 -- 22
  • 15-9 -- 6

Earth

  • Distance -- any further from the sun would be too cold and any closer would be too hot for man to survive
  • Atmosphere -- protects our planet from space rocks and has just the right amount of oxygen as well has holding the exact right amount of heat for us to survive
  • Hemisphere -- Northern and Southern, a half of the earth below or above the equator
  • solar wind -- harmful particles ejected from the sun
  • Earth -- third closest planet to the sun
  • Rotation -- any faster and our weather would be too violent and any slower and we wouldn't get enough weather
  • Equator -- the line around the center of the earth where there is the most direct sunlight
  • Magnetosphere -- magnetic field is determined by the earth's core, this invisible force protects the earth from dangerous particles from the sun
  • Mass -- any heavier and the Earth's gravitational pull would be too great and any less mass and it would be to weak to hold our atmosphere
  • Tilt -- perfect to create season which is needed for seasons, for our food to grow and to control how hot or cold our days get
  • Land -- 3 layers, crust, mantle, and core
  • auroras -- magnetosphere blocks most of the particles in the solar wind, but some do leak through causing an increase of energy in the air produsing lots of colors int he atmosphere

Father Son Holy Spirit

  • Lord -- a name for God meaning He is the master, owner, and ruler of all things
  • loyalty -- continuing faithfulness in lovinga nd serving God and others
  • trinity -- one God in 3 persons - Father, Son, Holy Spirit
  • Immanuel -- a name for Jesus meaning God with us
  • Third Stone -- God is God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit
  • mystery -- anything that can not be understood without the revelation of the Holy Spirit
  • sovereign -- having supreme authority
  • Second Stone -- God is the only true and almighty God

How Can I Know Truth?

  • scripture -- the Bible, God's written word
  • worldview -- the interpretation of the world around us that influences our behavior and choices
  • truth -- things, events, and facts that are real
  • tools for truth -- senses, thinking and reasoning, reading and listening, creation, Bible, Jesus
  • Charles Darwin -- described natural selection and wrote the book Origin of Species
  • obedience -- that act of doing what I am told with a willing and loving heart
  • First Stone -- Foundation of Wisdom: knowing, loving, and obeying God my Rock; Biblical Truth 1: God always tells me what is right and true

Jupiter

  • atmosphere -- made up mostly hydrogen and helium
  • jovian day -- 10 earth hours
  • Europa -- smallest Galilean moon, very smooth, no craters due to Jupiters strong gravity
  • Ganymede -- Jupiter's largest moon, as big as some planets
  • stripes -- storms created by the very fast rotation of the planet
  • Gas giant -- a very large gaseous planet
  • jovian -- pertaining to Jupiter
  • Galilean Moons -- 4 moons discovered by Galileo: Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto
  • Callisto -- Jupiter's second largest moon, a huge ball of ice with no core, some atronomers believe it may have been a comet that got pulled in by Jupiter's strong gravity
  • Galileo -- a spacecraft that used gravity assist to gain momentum in order to reach Jupiter for exploration, then it crashed into the planet
  • Jupiter -- the first outer planet closest to the sun
  • Great Red Spot -- a very large hurricane visible on earth
  • jovian year -- 12 earth years
  • Io -- the second smallest Galilean moon, very hot and covered with volcanoes
  • Amalthea -- a jovian moon made of asteroids all pulled together into one orbit

Mars

  • polar --
  • artificial --
  • red --
  • dry ice --
  • ecosystem --
  • martian --
  • Deimos --
  • volcano --
  • Olympus Mons --
  • Phobos --

Mercury

  • mercury year -- 88 earth days
  • craters -- caused by space rocks when the hit the curface of the planet
  • unmanned -- not driven by a man, but by computer
  • Mercury -- first planet closest to the sun
  • mercury day -- 59 earth days
  • asteroids -- space rocks
  • gaseous -- having gas, such as Jupiter
  • brownish black -- the color of the sky on Mercury
  • elliptical -- in the shape of an oval
  • terrestrial -- having ground, such as earth
  • Mariner Ten -- spacecraft sent to explore and take pictures of Mercury

Moon

  • phases -- new, crescent, quarter, gibbous, full
  • maria -- smooth flat plains on the moon
  • Apollo Eleven -- the fist spacecraft to land on the moon on July 20, 1969
  • satellite -- 2 types: natural and man-made or artificial
  • atmosphere -- none, so the sky is black
  • Neil Armstrong -- the first man to walk on the moon
  • lunar -- pertaining to the moon
  • lunar eclipse -- the earth blocks the sunlight from reflecting off the moon
  • lunar rover -- a automobile that explores the moon
  • tides -- moons gravity pulls oceans toward it causing high and low ones
  • Moon -- earth's natural satellite

Moons

  • Europa --
  • Rhea --
  • Iapetus --
  • Shepherd Moons --
  • Phobos --
  • Io --
  • Ganymede --
  • Mimas --
  • Dione --
  • moon --
  • Titan --
  • Callisto --
  • Tethys --
  • Enceladus --
  • Deimos --

Perfectly Created Earth

  • mass --
  • tilt --
  • equator --
  • southern --
  • gravity --
  • distance --
  • atmosphere --
  • magnetosphere --
  • northern --
  • solar wind --
  • earth --
  • rotation --
  • land --
  • hemisphere --
  • aurora --

Planets

  • NASA --
  • Mercury --
  • Mars --
  • Uranus --
  • gravity --
  • satelite --
  • Sun --
  • Earth --
  • Saturn --
  • Pluto --
  • gaseous --
  • Venus --
  • Jupiter --
  • Neptune --
  • terrestrial --

Saturn

  • Saturn -- the second largest planet in the solar system
  • ring system -- made up of dust, ice, and rocks that orbit the planet
  • Saturn day -- 11-12 earth hours, which causes large storms on the planet
  • Cassini Mission -- a satellite sent to orbit Saturn for 4 years taking pictures
  • twins -- Saturn and Jupiter are so much alike
  • Saturn year -- 30 earth years
  • Largest moons -- titan, Iapetus, Rhea, Enceladus, Dion, Mimas, Tethys
  • rings -- discovered by Galileo in 1610
  • shepherd moons -- moon located in the rings of Saturn
  • Titan -- largest moon colored orange due to its atmosphere is also as big as Mercury
  • Huygens -- a probe Cassini sent to Titan to collect samples of dirt

Space Rocks

  • outer planets -- planets outside of the Asteroid Belt
  • parts of comet -- nucleus, coma, tail
  • meteor showers -- when the earth crosses through a comets orbit filled with debris and space rocks
  • asteroid -- space rocks floating in space that may have fallen off a comet
  • meteoroid -- space rocks as they are in space
  • inner planets -- planets between the sun and the Asteroid Belt
  • Wild Two -- the first comet studied by the spacecraft Stardust
  • coma -- the "smudge" around the nuclues made of steam coming off the dry ice, and rocks and pieces of other space rocks coming off the nuclues
  • long-period -- a type of comet that takes more than 200 years to complete 1 orbit around the sun
  • meteroites -- space rocks that hit the ground on earth
  • Asteroid Belt -- located between Mars and Earth, space rocks that orbit the sun
  • nucleus -- the center at the head of the comet made up of rock, ice, and metals
  • short-period -- a type of comet that takes less than 200 years to complete 1 orbit around the sun
  • Shoemaker-Levy -- a comet that bloke up and crashed into Jupiter
  • meteor -- space rocks that burn up in the earth's atmosphere

Spelling 1

  • laid --
  • deal --
  • record --
  • furnish --
  • took --
  • bought --
  • hurdle --
  • please --
  • inform --
  • freeze --
  • fasten --
  • unable --
  • income --
  • charge --
  • trust --

Spelling 2

  • phrase --
  • mountains --
  • bury --
  • break --
  • spent --
  • monkey --
  • broad --
  • gentle --
  • understand --
  • swirl --
  • they --
  • brought --
  • stare --
  • pretty --
  • breakfast --

Spelling 3

  • daily --
  • attack --
  • praise --
  • died --
  • chance --
  • truthful --
  • thousand --
  • changeable --
  • people --
  • collar --
  • says --
  • build --
  • almost --
  • rarely --
  • chick --

The Sun

  • rotate -- or to spin, creates day and night
  • droughts -- long periods of no rain or moisture
  • total eclipse -- when the entire sun is hidden by the moon
  • revolve -- or to orbit, creates a year
  • sun spots -- cool spots on the surface of the sun
  • solar eclipse -- when the moon travels in front of the sun blocking out some of its light
  • partial eclipse -- only part of the sun is hidden by the moon
  • Bailey's Beads -- light the reflects off craters of the moon during an eclipse
  • solar flares -- explosions on the sun that sen out particles into space that can cause auroras
  • atmosphere -- a layer above a planet containing collection of gasses that make up "air"
  • annular eclipse -- the sun is directly behind the moon, but a ring of light shines out around it

Venus

  • Morning Star -- shines brightly beside the sun at sunrise
  • Venus day -- 243 earth days
  • sulphur -- important mineral in Venus' atmosphere
  • phases -- we can only see parts of Venus when the sunlight reflects back to earth
  • Venus -- second closest planet to the sun
  • Venus rotation -- backwards from all other planets
  • radar -- sound waves that create pictures of the ground on Venus since we can't see through the clouds
  • Evening Star -- shines brightly beside the sun at sunset
  • volcanoes -- cover the ground on Venus
  • Venus year -- 225 earth days
  • exploration -- 22 spacecraft have explored Venus using radar, including Mariner 2 and Mariner 10

What is Astronomy?

  • NASA -- National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • Universe -- the earth, planets, sun, stars, and everything in space
  • Constellation -- a pattern of stars in the sky
  • Galileo Galilei -- an astronomer who believed Copernicus and studied the stars with a telescope
  • Stonehenge -- a monument in England to judge seasons
  • N. Copernicus -- a man in 1510 that had the idea that the earth revolved around the sun
  • Hubble Tele. -- a satellite orbiting earth taking pictures of objects in space
  • Astronomy -- knowledge of stars
  • gravity -- the force that pulls on other objects

What Is God Like?

  • eternal -- without beginning or end
  • omnipresent -- always present everywhere at once
  • reverence -- an attitude of respect and honor for God
  • atheist -- a person who does not believe that God exists
  • person -- a living being who has a mind, emotions, a will, a conscience, and a spirit
  • holy -- spiritually perfect, without sin
  • immutable -- never changing
  • omniscient -- all knowing
  • attributes -- a characteristic or quality belonging to a specific person
  • Michelangelo -- an artist who painted the Creation of Adam in the Sistine Chapel in Rome, Italy
  • sin -- to do what is wrong, or not to do what's right, according to God's rules
  • immortal -- free from dying, never dies
  • omnipotent -- all powerful
  • faith -- a confident belief in God, His love for us, and His authority in our lives
  • polytheism -- a belief that there is more than 1 god

Where Am I Building?

  • worldview -- the way we see and interpret the world around us
  • Rock of Truth -- God and His Word
  • blueprints -- the written design and instructions for a building
  • foundation -- the concrete or stone structure that supports a building from beneath
  • architect -- a person who designs buildings
  • parable -- a short story that contains biblical truths for our lives
  • wisdom -- knowing, loving, and obeying God and applying that knowldge to make good decisions

Why Did God Create Me?

  • First Pillar -- God created me to be His child and to give Him glory
  • fellowship -- enjoying relationship with God and others
  • worship -- the love and devotion we give to God as an appropriate response to His awesome love for us
  • Theistic views -- classifying worldview based on ones thoughts about God ex: judaism, christianity, islam, confusionism, hinduism, buddhism
  • Give God glory -- to honor God through your praise and thanksgiving and in everything we do and say
  • theism -- pertaining to god
  • Fellowship Wall -- My relationship with God when I believe that Jesus is God's Son and my Savior
  • God's glory -- God's perfect excellence and majesty in everything He is, everything He says, and everything He does
  • joy -- the delight that comes not from our cirsumstances, but from living in fellowship with God as his child

Why isn't it Perfect?

  • temptation -- a lie of Satan that promises something good if you disobey God
  • prophecy -- a declaration from God that reveals future events
  • gratitude -- thankfulness
  • harmony -- to be at peace or in agreement with one another
  • The Fall -- the moment sin entered into God's creation through Satan's temptation of Adam and Eve
  • God's plan -- to redeem each relationship of God's creation from the consequences of the Fall through Jesus' death on the cross
  • Fourth Stone -- God is the creator
  • disharmony -- the opposite of harmony
  • redeem -- to pay something in order to free a person from a debt or punishment
  • Relationships -- 4 types: creation, one's self, earth, and others

Will God Meet my Needs?

  • nonphysical ned -- the invisible things I need for growing and keeping a healthy mind, spirit, and emotions
  • naturalism -- a worldview that holds nature or the physical earth above all things that exist, they may even believe that nature is God
  • physical needs -- the visible things I need for growing andkeeping my body healthy
  • trust -- a complete confidence in God that He will always do everything He promises
  • intangible -- something that cannot be seen or felt by touch
  • Second Pillar -- God created me to need Him for everything
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