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Mrs. Savage's Class



School:Trinity Lutheran School
Location:Newport News VA
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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

Hoot Section 1

  • vaulted --
  • persued --
  • roused --
  • triangular --
  • illuminated --
  • wiry --
  • vandalism --
  • portable --
  • whim --
  • stalk --
  • wriggle --
  • hedge --
  • indignation --
  • clobbered --
  • sow --

Hoot Section 2

  • braced -- to get ready for something difficult or unpleasant
  • loping -- to run with long strides
  • solemn -- very serious
  • squashed -- to move into a very tight or crowded space
  • gravely -- having a serious look
  • vicinity -- the area around or near a particular place
  • avid -- wanting or enjoying something very much
  • elude -- to avoid or escape by being clever
  • nagged -- to annoy with constant questions or complaining
  • exposed -- not protected or covered
  • bizarre -- very unusual or strange
  • intervene -- to come between to provide protection
  • hoisted -- to lift or raise
  • exasperated -- very angry or annoyed
  • conceal -- to hide from sight

Hoot Section 2 Spelling

  • bizarre --
  • intervene --
  • hoisted --
  • exasperated --
  • conceal --
  • braced --
  • loping --
  • solemn --
  • squashed --
  • gravely --
  • vicinity --
  • avid --
  • elude --
  • nagged --
  • exposed --

Hoot Section 4 Spelling

  • improbable --
  • vain --
  • weepy --
  • rankled --
  • scrawny --
  • silhouette --
  • venture --
  • epilogue --
  • taut --
  • allegations --
  • tranquil --
  • jeopardy --
  • perky --
  • bungled --
  • defied --

Hoot Section 4 Vocabulary

  • silhouette -- a dark shape with no detail
  • venture -- to do something new that may involve some risk
  • epilogue -- a final section after the main part of a book, play, or musical piece
  • taut -- firm, strong, or very tense
  • allegations -- a statement saying someone has done something wrong or illegal
  • tranquil -- quiet and peaceful
  • jeopardy -- danger of death, loss, or injury
  • perky -- lively in manner or appearance
  • bungled -- ruined or messed up plan
  • defied -- resist or refuse to obey
  • improbable -- not likely to happen or be true
  • vain -- to do something with no success
  • weepy -- crying or tearful
  • rankled -- to make angry or irritated
  • scawny -- very thin

Hoot Vocab Section 1

  • wriggle -- to move forward by twisting and turning
  • hedge -- a row of shrubs or low trees
  • indignation -- anger caused by something unfair or wrong
  • clobber -- to hit someone very hard
  • sow -- fully grown female of various animals such as pigs or bears
  • vault -- to leap over
  • pursue -- to follow
  • rouse -- to cause someone who is tired to become active
  • triangular -- shaped like a triangle
  • illuminate -- brightened with light
  • wiry -- thin, but strong and muscular
  • vandalism -- willful destruction of property
  • portable -- easy to carry or move around
  • whim -- a sudden decision
  • stalk -- to pursue or hunt

Island Section 1 Spelling

  • relentless --
  • searing --
  • vast --
  • voracious --
  • devouring --
  • forage --
  • weary --
  • flotsam --
  • flail --
  • retreated --
  • clad --
  • plummeting --
  • visible --
  • intense --
  • untidy --

Island Section 1 Vocab

  • devouring -- to eat up greedily or voraciously
  • forage -- to search for food or supplies
  • weary -- lacking strength or energy
  • flotsam -- parts of a ship that has been wrecked
  • flail -- to move or swing your arms in a wild way
  • retreated -- to move or back away
  • clad -- covered or clothed
  • plummeting -- falling straight down from a high place
  • visible -- able to be seen
  • intense -- very great in degree; very serious
  • untidy -- not neat or clean; messy
  • relentless -- continue without becoming weaker
  • searing -- extremely hot
  • vast -- very great in size or amount
  • voracious -- excessive or severe hunger

Island Section 2 Spelling

  • ravenous --
  • marooned --
  • sheer --
  • supple --
  • gruesome --
  • dubiously --
  • foliage --
  • primitive --
  • sobered --
  • mesmerizing --
  • dismay --
  • ferocity --
  • dilemma --
  • utmost --
  • eulogy --

Island Section 2 Vocab

  • dubiously -- doubting and unsure
  • eulogy -- a speech that praises someone who has died
  • foliage -- leaves of a plant or of many plants
  • primitive -- simple and basic; not modern
  • sobered -- to be clearheaded
  • gruesome -- shocking and horrible
  • ferocity -- fierce or violent
  • dilemma -- a situation in which you have to make a difficult choice
  • utmost -- to the highest degree or level
  • ravenous -- very hungry
  • dismay -- worried or upset
  • marooned -- left in an isolated place without hope of escape
  • sheer -- very steep; almost vertical
  • supple -- soft and able to bend easily

Island Section 3 Spelling

  • companion --
  • maneuver --
  • progression --
  • canopy --
  • tapered --
  • thrummed --
  • savage --
  • suspicion --
  • crouch --
  • gooey --
  • engraved --
  • divvy --
  • protruded --
  • compass --
  • slope --

Island Section 3 Vocab

  • thrummed -- to pluck a stringed instrument
  • savage -- wild and ferocious
  • suspicion -- a feeling of doubt
  • crouch -- to lower your body to the ground by bending your legs
  • gooey -- wet and sticky
  • engraved -- to carve letters or designs into a hard surface
  • divvy -- divide or share
  • protruded -- to stick out from an object
  • compass -- a device that is used to find direction
  • slope -- upward or downward slant
  • companion -- one that keeps company with another
  • maneuver -- to move in a careful way
  • progression -- a sequence of events or scenary
  • canopy -- a protective covering
  • tapered -- a gradual decrease in thickness

Lesson 6

  • loathe --
  • rouse --
  • catapult --
  • escalate --
  • inflict --
  • monstrous --
  • translate --
  • agony --
  • denounce --
  • harbor --
  • meddle --
  • steadfast --
  • abolish --
  • character --
  • grim --

Lesson 7 Spelling

  • solitary --
  • deposit --
  • formal --
  • huddle --
  • rigid --
  • waddle --
  • compensate --
  • feeble --
  • harsh --
  • resemble --
  • substantial --
  • colony --
  • fascinate --
  • frigid --
  • remote --

Lesson 7 Vocabulary

  • rigid -- Stiff and unbending, not flexible; Strict, not easily changed.
  • waddle -- To walk with short steps, swaying from side to side; An awkward, clumsy walk.
  • colony -- A group of people, animals, or plants living close together.
  • fascinate -- To attract; to stronly hold the interest of.
  • frigid -- Very cold; lacking a warm manner, unfriendly.
  • resemble -- To be like or similar to.
  • substantial -- Strong, solid; great in value or size
  • deposit -- To put money in the bank; to lay down.
  • formal -- Following rules or customs; suitable for events where strict standards are expected.
  • remote -- Far away in time or space; slight or faint; controlled from a distance or indirectly; distant in manner.
  • solitary -- Being alone; lacking the company of others.
  • compensate -- To pay for; to make up for, to be equivalent to.
  • feeble -- Having little strength; not very believable or satisfying.
  • harsh -- Rough and unpleasant to the senses; causing pain, cruel; not suitable for living things.

Lesson 8

  • prosper --
  • task --
  • assemble --
  • banquet --
  • cask --
  • celebrate --
  • desperate --
  • edible --
  • harvest --
  • hew --
  • pledge --
  • prosper --
  • assemble --
  • cargo --
  • cask --
  • decrease --
  • desperate --
  • frivolous --
  • harvest --
  • hostile --
  • pledge --
  • task --
  • banquet --
  • cargo --
  • celebrate --
  • decrease --
  • edible --
  • frivolous --
  • hew --
  • hostile --

Multiplication

  • 88 x 4 -- 352
  • 71 x 9 -- 639
  • 99 x 9 -- 891
  • 69 x 3 -- 207
  • 62 x 8 -- 496
  • 32 x 2 -- 64
  • 55 x 5 -- 275
  • 29 x 6 -- 174
  • 45 x 2 -- 90
  • 46 x 7 -- 322
  • 72 x 4 -- 288
  • 91 x 3 -- 273
  • 49 x 7 -- 343
  • 39 x 9 -- 351
  • 57 x 3 -- 171

Section 3 Spelling

  • hesitate --
  • flimsy --
  • embarked --
  • fading --
  • chaos --
  • turbulence --
  • ordeal --
  • phony --
  • crusade --
  • genuine --
  • conceded --
  • perturbed --
  • qualms --
  • blurt --
  • dangling --

Section 3 Vocabulary

  • conceded -- admitted defeat or being wrong
  • perturbed -- worried, upset, or confused
  • phony -- not true, real, or genuine
  • crusade -- a major effort to change something
  • dangling -- hanging loosely
  • hesitate -- to stop briefly
  • flimsy -- weak, easily broken
  • blurt -- to say something without thinking first
  • chaos -- confusion and disorder
  • turbulence -- confusion, violence, or disorder
  • ordeal -- a difficult or unpleasant experience
  • embarked -- begin a journery
  • fading -- to disappear or weaken gradually
  • genuine -- sincere and honest

Spelling Unit 3

  • premature --
  • optional --
  • comprehend --
  • evident --
  • carnivore --
  • obscure --
  • prey --
  • ancestors --
  • duration --
  • gigantic --
  • puny --
  • extinct --
  • survive --
  • ferocious --

Unit 4

  • deteriorate --
  • jubilation --
  • revive --
  • course --
  • destination --
  • horizon --
  • nostalgia --
  • voyage --
  • approximate --
  • despair --
  • gale --
  • navigate --
  • sever --
  • accurate --
  • depart --

Unit 5

  • makeshift --
  • route --
  • thwart --
  • avalanche --
  • conquer --
  • lure --
  • previous --
  • terse --
  • challenge --
  • foolhardy --
  • optimist --
  • summit --
  • vertical --
  • blizzard --
  • crevice --
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