Mrs. Schmidgall

School:Olympia North

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

A Castle on Viola Street

  • appliances -- machines used in homes
  • project -- a plan or activity to be done
  • construction -- the act of building or making something
  • leaky -- something has a hole in it that water can pass through
  • owners -- people who have, or own, something
  • equipment -- tools, supplies, and material needed to do a job

Amazing Grace

  • fantastic -- something is wonderful or really good
  • sparkling -- shiny or bright
  • adventure -- an exciting experience that may be dangerous
  • exploring -- to travel to a place and find out what it is like
  • success -- something has a good result
  • auditions -- performers try out for a part in a show

Author: A True Story

  • talented -- really good at something
  • excitement -- a feeling of being happy because of something good
  • proper -- the correct or right way of doing something
  • acceptance -- saying yes to something
  • single -- one of something
  • useful -- an object that helps you do something

Boom Town

  • wailed -- to cry out with a long high sound
  • lonesome -- feeling alone
  • grumbled -- to complain about something in a low voice
  • blossomed -- when a person, plant, or business grows or develops
  • sidewalks -- paths or walks along the side of a street or road for people to walk on
  • traders -- people who buy and sell things or exchange one thing for another

Dear Juno

  • starry -- bright with a lot of stars
  • noticed -- to see something
  • crackle -- to make snapping noises
  • soared -- fly high in the sky
  • envelope -- holds a letter
  • announced -- to give information to people
  • photograph -- a picture

Earth Smart

  • donate -- give money or time to help other people
  • recycle -- to make something new from an old item
  • contribute -- work with a group by giving time, money, or efforts to reach a common goal
  • members -- people who are part of the same group
  • unaware -- do not know what is happening

First Day Jitters

  • nonsense -- a silly or untrue idea
  • chuckled -- laugh quietly
  • trudged -- to drag your feet while walking
  • nervous -- feeling afraid
  • fumbled -- done in a clumsy way

Go West!

  • immigrants -- people who move from one country to another country
  • communitites -- groups of people who live together in the same place or share an interest
  • established -- starting something
  • traditional -- something is passed down from one generation to the next

Here's My Dollar

  • thrilled -- to be very excited or happy
  • volunteers -- people who do a job without getting paid
  • deserve -- you have a right to something
  • tour -- a short trip to a place of interest with a guide
  • slogan -- a phrase that is easy to remember and used by a person, a group, or a business

Messaging Mania

  • record -- you do something better than anyone else
  • IM -- instant messaging
  • focus -- to give all your attention to something; to concentrate
  • estimate -- to make a guess
  • abbreviations -- letters used to shorten words


  • serious -- thinking deeply; careful; focused
  • giddy -- excited or happy
  • dramatic -- emotional or exaggerated
  • humorous -- joking or playful
  • somber -- gloomy or depressed
  • silly -- crazy or foolish

My Very Own Room

  • exact -- something is correct or precise
  • separate -- to keep things apart
  • ruined -- you can no longer us something
  • determination -- a firm purpose
  • luckiest -- having good luck
  • storage -- a place to put away thing to use later
  • business -- the work people do

Range of Emotion

  • pleased -- being happy
  • upset -- to be worried or bothered
  • overjoyed -- very happy about a situation
  • tearful -- showing sadness by crying
  • cheerful -- being in a good mood
  • sorrowful -- full of grief or sadness

The Jones Family Express

  • expensive -- something costs a lot of money
  • wrapping -- paper or another material that covers something
  • potential -- able to become something
  • innocent -- not guilty
  • annual -- something that happens once a year
  • politely -- showing good manners

What Do Illustrators Do?

  • suggestions -- ideas or plans
  • illustrate -- to draw or use a picture
  • sketch -- a quick drawing
  • instance -- an example of something
  • style -- a special way of doing something
  • texture -- the look and feel of something


  • concentrate -- to pay close attention
  • bothering -- to take time and effort to do something
  • admire -- a person you respect or think highly of
  • ached -- to hurt with a constant pain
  • passion -- a strong feeling or liking for something
  • splendid -- something that is good or excellent
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