Vocabulary Lessons

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Stingray Chaser

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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!


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List Content

Lessons 1 and 2

  • TOGETHER -- with each other
  • TEACHER --
  • SUBJECT -- a topic that students learn about in school, such as English, history, or math
  • TEAM -- a group of people who work or play together
  • PRINCIPAL -- most important, chief, or main
  • FRIENDS --
  • TEACHER -- a person who teaches you
  • CONVERSATION -- a talk between two or more people
  • GROUP --
  • FRIEND -- someone whom you enjoy being with and know well
  • PLAYGROUND -- an area, often in a park or next to a school, in which children can play
  • SCHOOL --
  • CLASSROOM -- a room in a school in which classes take place
  • CLOTHES --
  • GROUP -- a number of people who have something in commom
  • CAFETERIA -- a restaurant in which customers choose food that is served at counters and then carry it to tables to eat
  • ADVICE --
  • SCHOOL -- a place where people go to be taught
  • CLOTHES -- things that you wear; for example, shirts, pants, and dresses
  • SUBJECT --
  • BUILDING -- a structure with walls and a roof
  • TEAM --
  • ADVICE -- a suggestion for what to do or how to do it

Lessons 3 and 4

  • MEMORY -- Something a person remembers from his or her past.
  • HOUSE -- A building in which people live.
  • WEATHER -- The condition of the air outside.
  • RAIN -- Drops of water falling from clouds in the sky.
  • INVITE -- To ask someone to come to a place or an event, such as a party.
  • WORLD -- The Earth.
  • FARM -- An area of land used for growing crops or raising animals, such as cattle, sheep, pigs, and chickens.
  • FOOD -- Anything that is eaten by people or animals.
  • WINDOW -- An opening in the side of a building to let in light and air. It is usually covered with glass.
  • SANDWICH -- Two slices of bread with a filling, such as meat or cheese, between them.
  • LAUGH -- To make sounds showing happiness.
  • COUNTRY -- A place with its own people and government, such as the United States or Mexico.
  • MARKET -- A place where many kinds of goods are sold, often outdoors.
  • FROWN -- To wrinkle the forehead, as in thought or anger.
  • SHOUT -- To say something very loudly.

Lessons 6 and 7

  • VISITOR -- a person who comes to see a place or to stay with someone for a short time
  • SEED -- the beginning of a plant inside a hard a shell
  • TOOL -- an object such as a hammer, saw, or screwdriver that is used for doing work by hand
  • PROBLEM -- a situation that is difficult to solve
  • TASK -- a job to be done
  • LONELY -- feeling alone and wishing for friends
  • NEIGHBOR -- a person living near another
  • PETITION -- a written request that many people sign and send to a leader
  • VEGETABLE -- a plant of part of a plant used as food
  • CITIZEN -- a person who lives in a city or town
  • HOLIDAY -- a day on which most businesses close in honor of an important event
  • LOT -- a small area of land
  • GARDEN -- an area of land where flowers, vegetables, and other plants are grown
  • MEAN -- unkind
  • COMMUNITY -- a group of people living together in one place

Vocab lessons 3 and 4

  • FROWN --
  • INVITE --
  • WORLD --
  • FARM --
  • FOOD --
  • RAIN --
  • COUNTRY --
  • MARKET --
  • WINDOW --
  • LAUGH --
  • SHOUT --
  • MEMORY --
  • HOUSE --
  • WEATHER --

Vocab lessons 6 and 7

  • TASK --
  • LONELY --
  • CITIZEN --
  • HOLIDAY --
  • LOT --
  • GARDEN --
  • MEAN --
  • VISITOR --
  • SEED --
  • TOOL --
  • PROBLEM --
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