Mrs. Ford's 2nd Grade Class


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.


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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!


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List Content

Animals Building Homes

  • deepest -- the most hidden or inside parts
  • winding -- not straight, curvy
  • pond -- a small body of water
  • branches -- limbs of trees

Animals Building Homes -6

  • deepest -- the most hidden or inside parts
  • shaped -- in the same form of
  • winding -- not straight, curvy
  • break -- to snap off
  • pond -- a small body of water
  • branches -- limbs of trees
  • hang -- attach something from up high so it drops down

Click Clack Moo

  • believe -- to think that something is true or real
  • furious -- very angry
  • impossible -- cannot be done
  • impatient -- not wanting to wait; wanting to do something right now
  • demand -- to insist on
  • problem -- something that needs to be solved or fixed
  • understand -- to know something
  • gathered -- picked or scooped something up

Dex The Heart of a Hero

  • sprang -- jumped up quickly
  • studied -- learned about a subject
  • hero -- someone who is looked up to for doing something brave or important
  • sore -- a feeling of pain or discomfort
  • gazing -- looking at something fondly
  • exercise -- activity that moves the body
  • depended -- counted on; relied on

Diary of a Spider

  • scare -- to make someone afraid
  • dangerous -- unsafe, harmful
  • rotten -- dead and not good to eat
  • judge -- to listen or look at in order to decide about
  • insects -- bugs
  • sticky -- thick, glue-like
  • screaming -- yelling or crying
  • breeze -- a light wind

Gloria Who Might Be My Be

  • seriously -- in a way that is not joking
  • heavily -- with a lot of power
  • copy -- to do what someone else is doing
  • knot -- the place where two pieces of string have been tied together
  • planning -- thinking about or deciding on something
  • answered -- said something to someone as a reply
  • guessed -- made a prediction about the answer of a question

H&M Under Yellow Moon

  • picked -- took or grabbed
  • south -- a direction opposite of north
  • woods -- a place with many trees, a forest
  • tops -- the highest parts
  • busy -- full of activity
  • grew -- got bigger or longer
  • chipmunks -- furry animals, with a stripe, that look like small squirrels
  • turned -- to change colors

Henry and Mudge Lesson 1

  • curly -- having a twisted, ring, or spiral shape
  • drooled -- let saliva drip from the mouth
  • row -- a number of things arranged in a line
  • floppy -- hanging or moving in a loose, droopy way
  • collar -- a band that an animal wears around its neck
  • straight -- not curling, curving, or bending
  • weighed -- had a certain heaviness

How Chipmunk Got His Stri

  • direction -- the way, the place someone or something goes
  • tunnel -- a long hole underground
  • curled -- twisted
  • height -- how tall something is
  • toward -- in the direction of something
  • brag -- to show off
  • tease -- to make fun of
  • healed -- got better, mended

Jellies - Lesson 10

  • millions -- a very large number
  • wrapped -- covered
  • simple -- easy, not complicated
  • drift -- float around
  • choices -- decisions
  • weaker -- less strong
  • disgusting -- sickening

My Family

  • cousin -- the son or daughter of an aunt and uncle
  • crown -- somthing special worn on the head
  • visit -- go to see someone
  • porch -- an outside place, with a roof, that leads to the door
  • stuck -- not able to move
  • piano -- a musical instrument
  • remembered -- not forgotten
  • spend -- to give your time to do something

My Name is Gabriela

  • accepted -- to have agreed with something
  • prize -- an award
  • taught -- to have helped someone learn something
  • express -- to show or describe
  • grand -- big or impressive
  • wonder -- to think about something you are not sure about
  • fluttering -- waving or moving quickly
  • pretend -- not real

Penguin Chick

  • otherwise -- if things were different
  • webbed -- having skin between the toes
  • finally -- after a long time
  • slippery -- difficult to hold on to
  • whistle -- a high musical sound
  • junior -- younger or having a lower rank
  • steer -- to control the direction in which something is going

Schools Around World voc

  • transportation -- ways of getting from place to place
  • subjects -- different things to study in school
  • special -- a way that is not like every day
  • lesson -- something that is taught
  • languages -- what people speak
  • community -- all the people living in one town or place
  • culture -- clothes, celebrations, and food shared by a group of people
  • wear -- to be dressed in a type of clothes

Super Storms - Lesson 8

  • damage -- harm
  • flash -- to give out a sudden bright light
  • reach -- to get as far as
  • beware -- be careful
  • bend -- to cause something to curve
  • prevent -- stop from happening
  • equal -- the same as
  • pounding -- crashing

Teacher's Pets

  • quiet -- silent, calm or with hardly any sound
  • wonderful -- great
  • noticed -- to pay attention or make note of
  • suddenly -- quickly
  • share -- to divide with others or take part in
  • noises -- sounds, especially unwanted or disturbing
  • noises -- sounds
  • share -- to divide in equal parts; to let borrow or take turns
  • noticed -- was aware of, saw
  • suddenly -- happening quickly or without warning
  • quiet -- calm, not noisy
  • wonderful -- excellent or unusually good
  • sprinkled -- to scatter in drops or small pieces
  • sprinkled -- scattered or shook small amounts
  • bursting -- to be full to the point of breaking open
  • bursting -- to be full to the point of breaking open

The Signmaker's Assistan

  • agreed -- to have said yes to something
  • failed -- not succeeded
  • tearing -- damaging something by pulling it apart
  • cleared -- to have taken things away from someplace
  • assistant -- someone who helps another person
  • trouble -- problems
  • polite -- respectful
  • wisdom -- good sense of judgement

Ugly Vegetables-Lesson 7

  • blooming -- having flowers
  • wrinkled -- folded up in a messy way, crumpled
  • tough -- hard, thick on the outside
  • shovels -- garden tools used for lifting dirt and soil
  • nodded -- moved the head up and down
  • muscles -- parts of the body used to help you move and do things
  • scent -- a smell
  • plain -- simple, not fancy
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