4B East Elementary

School:East Elementary
Location:Sheldon IA

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.


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!


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

Castle In the Attic (1-5)

  • buttery -- place where food and drinks are kept cold
  • tapestry -- heavy piece of cloth with patterns woven into it
  • scabbard -- a case that holds a sword or dagger when not in use
  • mystified -- to puzzle or confuse someone
  • chivalry -- code of noble and polite behavior
  • armory -- place where weapons are stored
  • wardrobe -- collection of clothes
  • plume -- long, fluffy feather used as an ornament on clothing
  • brunt -- an attack on someone
  • scullery -- room where the dishes are cleaned
  • jesters -- an entertainer at a court in the middle ages
  • gnawed -- to keep biting on something
  • scrounge -- to get or collect things with difficulty
  • rummaged -- to search through
  • portcullis -- heavy grating in the entrace to a castle

Castle In the Attic (6-10

  • meddle -- to interfere in someone else's business
  • currant -- a small, sour berry, used in making jelly
  • squire -- young nobleman who helped a knight
  • incantatation -- words chanted in magic spells
  • medallion -- a small, flat piece of metal with a design
  • spit -- long, pointed rod that holds meat over a fire for cooking
  • distracted -- your concentration is weakened by what you are doing
  • hasty -- to be quick or hurried
  • tunic -- a loose, sleeveless garment
  • venison -- the meat of a deer
  • moat -- deep, wide water ditch dug around a castle to prevent attacks
  • wok -- bowl shaped cooking pan
  • quest -- journey taken by a knight to perform a feat
  • surcoat -- garment worn under a tunic
  • tankard -- large, drinking cup with a handle
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