Bethel Park Grade 2

School:Ben Franklin

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!

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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

Lesson 1--Arthur's Readin

  • Style -- A certain way of doing something.
  • Underestimate -- To think that something is easier than it really is.
  • Dangerous -- Something that is likely to cause harm or injury.
  • Challenge -- A contest.
  • Heed -- To listen to a warning or advice.
  • Ignore -- Refusing to pay attention to something.
  • Passion -- To do something with strong feelings and energy .
  • Proficient -- To be good at doing something.

Lesson 10--Neighborhood N

  • Penalty -- Punishment for doing something wrong
  • Positive -- To be very sure about something
  • Flutters -- Moves in a light and quick way
  • Career -- A job for which someone might get training or go to school
  • Excitable -- Worked up easily
  • Announcement -- Something that gives new information to a group of people
  • Location -- A place
  • Selected -- To have chosen a particular thing

Lesson 2--Frog and Toad A

  • Anonymous -- To not use your own name.
  • Neighborly -- To be friendly with people who live near you.
  • Edge -- To be at the side or border of something.
  • Hesitate -- To pause or wait before doing something.
  • Satisfied -- To be happy with the way things are.
  • Described -- Told about something in detail.
  • Unselfish -- To share with others.
  • Ventured -- Went someplace new.

Lesson 28

  • separated -- Sorted into groups
  • halfheartedly --
  • rare --
  • halfheartedly -- To do something without much interest
  • settled --
  • rare -- Not found or seen very often
  • settled -- Moved slowly until it came to rest
  • absolutely --
  • durable --
  • absolutely -- Definitely
  • common --
  • durable -- Lasts a long time
  • collection --
  • common -- A lot of something; something that happens often
  • collection -- A group of things kept together
  • identify --
  • last --
  • identify -- You figure out what something is
  • seperated --
  • last -- Will be able to be used for a long time

Lesson 3--Henry and Mudge

  • Misplaced -- When something is in the wrong place or lost.
  • Consider -- To think very carefully about an idea.
  • Soaked -- To be full of water and wet.
  • Deny -- To not give someone what she wants; to say no.
  • Bulk -- The size and weight of a large object.
  • Blockades -- Things that prevent you from getting into a place.
  • Principles -- The things that you believe about what is wrong and right.
  • Opinionated -- To have strong ideas about something.

Lesson 4--Dogs

  • Depend -- Needing a person or thing.
  • Affinity -- Naturally liking something or someone.
  • Disability -- Something that stops you from doing something that most people can do.
  • Assistance -- Needing help from someone or something.
  • Frisky -- Very lively and playful.
  • Attached -- Being very close to a person or thing.
  • Responsibility -- Something that you have to do or take care of.
  • Position -- The way a person or thing stands, sits or lies down.

Lesson 6--Winners Never Q

  • Struggle -- To try extra hard to do something.
  • Spectator -- Someone who watches a game or show.
  • Specially -- Something made for a specific person or thing.
  • Agile -- To move quickly and easily.
  • Worthwhile -- Something that is important.
  • Techniques -- Routines or methods to help you do something.
  • Traction -- This keeps you from sliding across ice or down a hill.
  • Competitive -- Trying hard to win or to be the best.

Lesson 8--The Great Ball

  • Clumsy -- You trip and fall or can't move easily.
  • Superior -- To feel that someone or something is the best.
  • Clambored -- Climbed with both hands and feet.
  • Fued -- A big argument.
  • Insult -- To say something mean.
  • Clutched -- Held something tightly.
  • Ached -- To feel sore or in pain.
  • Refuse -- To say no; you do not want something.

Lesson 9--Click Clack M

  • Request -- To ask for something.
  • Improve -- To make something better.
  • Brisk -- Quick and lively (usually a walk).
  • Paced -- To walk back and forth in a small area.
  • Compromise -- When each side gives up part of what it wants to solve an arguement.
  • Gobbled -- To quickly gulp your food.
  • Negotiate -- To talk and offer up one thing in exchange for another, in hopes of reaching an agreement.
  • Strutted -- To walk like you are the most important person in the room.

Lesson7--Gus and Grandpa

  • Romp -- To move around playfully.
  • Master -- Learning how to do something well.
  • Rickety -- Old and shaky.
  • Impatiently -- Feeling upset that you have to wait.
  • Jubilant -- Joyful and happy.
  • Prying -- Opening something with a crowbar or another tool.
  • Defeated -- When you feel like you have lost.
  • Rattling -- Making short knocking sounds.
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