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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

Allie's Basketball Dream

  • professional -- doing something as a job
  • pretended -- made believe
  • captain -- the leader of a group
  • monitor -- a person who watches over something
  • familiar -- known well or recognized
  • aimed -- pointed one thing at another

Balto

  • trail -- a path through wilderness
  • temperature -- the measure of how hot or cold something is
  • telegraph -- a device used to send words in code from one place to another
  • drifts -- large piles of snow heaped up by the wind
  • splinters -- sharp, thin pieces that have broken off something
  • guided -- led others to where they needed to go

List 1 Spelling

  • stand --
  • stamp --
  • checked --
  • felt --
  • next --
  • hand --
  • grand --
  • lend --
  • sat --
  • send --
  • went --
  • past --
  • belt --
  • last --
  • best --

List 2

  • pond --
  • socks --
  • pick --
  • gift --
  • truck --
  • jump --
  • thump --
  • fish --
  • lunch --
  • inch --
  • from --
  • dish --
  • slip --
  • rocks --
  • thing --

List 3 Spelling

  • gain --
  • meet --
  • saved --
  • reach --
  • leave --
  • scream --
  • grade --
  • seat --
  • these --
  • raise --
  • theme --
  • easy --
  • late --
  • pail --
  • name --

List 4 Spelling

  • time --
  • flight --
  • broke --
  • tight --
  • stone --
  • window --
  • close --
  • grow --
  • show --
  • whole --
  • follow --
  • tide --
  • below --
  • while --
  • bright --

List 5 Spelling

  • least --
  • burst --
  • strike --
  • student --
  • blast --
  • just --
  • stick --
  • almost --
  • start --
  • street --
  • fast --
  • strip --
  • artist --
  • strong --
  • straw --

Little Grunt

  • omelet -- eggs that are beaten with other ingredients and cooked
  • escape -- to get away from danger
  • peaceful -- calm and quiet
  • lava -- hot, melted rock that pours from an erupting volcano
  • brunch -- a meal that comes between breakfast and lunch
  • erupting -- blowing out lava, rocks, and gases from a volcano

Nate the Great

  • case -- a mystery or problem a detective is working to solve
  • assistant -- a person who helps someone do a job
  • positive -- completely sure
  • definitely -- surely
  • specific -- exact
  • returned -- brought back
  • detective -- a person who solves mysteries

Officer Buckle

  • expression -- a way of speaking that shows feeling
  • obeys -- carries out wishes, orders, or instructions
  • accident -- something bad that happens without being planned
  • department -- a separate part of a large organization, such as a government or business
  • commands -- directions or orders
  • audience -- a group of people who gather to see or hear a performance, such as a play
  • expression -- a way of speaking that shows feeling
  • obeys -- carries out wishes, orders, or instructions
  • department -- a separate part of a large organization, such as a government or business
  • commands -- directions or orders
  • noticed -- became aware of; saw for the first time
  • audience -- a group of people who gather to see or hear a performance, such as a play

Pepita Talks Twice

  • stubborn -- headstrong or unyielding
  • exploded -- burst apart
  • languages -- systems of sounds and symbols used to communicate ideas
  • mumbled -- said in a low, unclear way
  • streak -- a quick flash of movement
  • grumble -- a muttered complaint
  • darted -- moved swiftly

Rosie

  • firm -- stern and commanding
  • approach -- to come close to
  • appointment -- arrangement for a meeting at a specific time
  • comfortable -- at ease in mind or body
  • program -- structured course of activities or training
  • confident -- sure of oneself, certain
  • equipment -- the things needed or used for a particular purpose

Spelling List 10

  • south --
  • shouted --
  • bounce --
  • however --
  • around --
  • house --
  • growl --
  • sound --
  • proud --
  • crowded --
  • loud --
  • howl --
  • fountain --
  • crown --
  • count --

Spelling List 6

  • wring --
  • wrinkle --
  • written --
  • wreck --
  • wrap --
  • knot --
  • rough --
  • known --
  • sphere --
  • wrong --
  • knocked --
  • enough --
  • laugh --
  • writer --
  • wrench --

Spelling List 7

  • pushed --
  • chew --
  • sharp --
  • match --
  • schock --
  • crash --
  • hitched --
  • speech --
  • chance --
  • showed --
  • such --
  • batch --
  • mush --
  • shot --
  • watch --

Spelling List 8

  • stage --
  • price --
  • engine --
  • excite --
  • ginger --
  • space --
  • fence --
  • office --
  • pencil --
  • range --
  • huge --
  • police --
  • badge --
  • force --
  • giraffe --

Spelling List 9

  • boiled --
  • voice --
  • spoil --
  • noise --
  • loyal --
  • pointy --
  • choice --
  • moist --
  • annoy --
  • soil --
  • destroy --
  • joyful --
  • joint --
  • royal --
  • employ --

The Olympic Games

  • host -- one who provides the place for an event
  • earned -- gained as the result of effort
  • medals -- small, flat pieces of metal given as awards
  • ancient -- very old
  • compete -- to take part with others in a contest of skill
  • ceremonies -- formal acts performed in honor of an occasion
  • stadium -- an arena or building with rows of seats built around a field
  • record -- the best performance in a competition

Turtle Bay

  • litter -- trash left on the ground
  • wise -- able to understand important things
  • message -- information that is passed on to someone
  • patiently -- in a way that shows a person is able to wait without complaining
  • trained -- taught a person or animal how to do something
  • eager -- full of energy and desire to do something

Wilds Shots

  • curious -- full of questions
  • delicate -- easily broken
  • marine -- found in the sea
  • survived -- lived
  • collapsed -- fell
  • creature -- animal
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