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School:wiggy school
Location:Arizona
Comments:3rd and 4th grade spelling and vocab words recommended from time for learning



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Hangman

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List Content

3rd G - Feb 13

  • army --
  • awhile --
  • actor --
  • airport --
  • alone --
  • already --
  • awake --
  • about --
  • airplane --
  • almost --
  • aloud --
  • ate --
  • agree --
  • alike --
  • along --

3rd Grade - Feb 22

  • birthday --
  • bare --
  • become --
  • beet --
  • bench --
  • better --
  • beat --
  • beef --
  • begin --
  • berry --
  • bless --
  • baseball --
  • bedtime --
  • began --
  • bent --

3rd Grade - Feb 29

  • cannot --
  • boy --
  • bring --
  • build --
  • bury --
  • butter --
  • bought --
  • brass --
  • brush --
  • burn --
  • bushy --
  • brand --
  • bringing --
  • built --
  • bushes --

3rd Grade - March 7

  • cave --
  • cherry --
  • chili --
  • clean --
  • cast --
  • cherries --
  • chest --
  • churn --
  • coil --
  • carry --
  • cent --
  • chess --
  • choose --
  • cobweb --

3rd grade pg 18

  • do --
  • always --
  • payment --
  • maintain --
  • does --
  • later --
  • holiday --
  • eighteen --
  • lame --
  • done --
  • sunday --
  • explain --
  • snail --

3rd grade pg 22

  • keep --
  • silent --
  • lie --
  • while --
  • quite --
  • her --
  • every --
  • tie --
  • why --
  • inside --
  • these --
  • kind --
  • supply --
  • sigh --

3rd grade pg 26 (part 1)

  • hard --
  • brown --
  • once --
  • done --
  • say --
  • been --
  • come --
  • do --
  • keep --
  • may --
  • both --
  • cold --
  • does --
  • her --
  • have --

3rd grade pg 26 (part 2)

  • objects --
  • yank --
  • silent --
  • these --
  • happen --
  • string --
  • lame --
  • until --
  • riches --
  • always --
  • inside --
  • every --

3rd grade pg 30

  • woe --
  • shown --
  • for --
  • dough --
  • almost --
  • follow --
  • stone --
  • from --
  • found --
  • float --
  • volcano --
  • window --
  • full --
  • locate --

3rd grade pg 34

  • quickly --
  • good --
  • street --
  • athlete --
  • real --
  • least --
  • today --
  • even --
  • leave --
  • yield --
  • laugh --
  • details --
  • complete --

3rd grade pg 38

  • what --
  • pew --
  • curfew --
  • rescue --
  • fumes --
  • gone --
  • bugle --
  • museum --
  • cute --
  • where --
  • music --
  • united --
  • mute --

3rd grade pg 42

  • July --
  • bamboo --
  • again --
  • include --
  • student --
  • true --
  • into --
  • rule --
  • soup --
  • spoon --
  • is --
  • ruby --
  • grew --

3rd grade pg 46

  • flowers --
  • should --
  • ground --
  • soil --
  • destroy --
  • would --
  • south --
  • toil --
  • enjoy --
  • could --
  • count --
  • sound --
  • joint --

3rd grade pg 50 (part 2)

  • should --
  • even --
  • curfew --
  • joint --
  • locate --
  • bugle --
  • soup --
  • dough --
  • athlete --
  • grew --
  • enjoy --

3rd grade pg 50 Part 1

  • full --
  • laugh --
  • where --
  • into --
  • would --
  • for --
  • good --
  • what --
  • is --
  • could --
  • from --
  • found --
  • today --
  • gone --
  • again --

3rd grade pg 54

  • curd --
  • southern --
  • girl --
  • their --
  • earn --
  • northern --
  • third --
  • there --
  • learn --
  • lurk --
  • eastern --
  • earth --

3rd grade U4 (L) 1-3

  • inexpensive -- not expensive, low in price
  • expensive -- something that costs a lot
  • insecure -- not safe feeling fearful or worried
  • inactive -- not active, not busy , not in use
  • safe -- free from worry or fear
  • active -- busy or energetic, currently in use

3rd grade U4 (L) 4-5

  • limited -- contained with boundaries or limits
  • unaware -- not knowing or aware, not familiar with
  • aware -- knowing about or familiar with
  • unexpected -- surprised something was not expected
  • unlimited -- without boundaries, endless
  • expected -- knowing in advance

3rd grade U4 (L) 7-8

  • grate -- verb: to scrape or rub something
  • lumber -- noun: wood for construction
  • plain -- adj: simple
  • flag -- verb: to tire or loose interest
  • grate -- noun: metal bars that hold burning wood or coal
  • list -- verb: to tilt to one side
  • flag -- noun: a banner
  • foil -- verb: to prevent from carrying out a plan
  • list -- noun: a written set of items, names, numbers
  • lumber -- verb: to move along heavily
  • plain -- noun: a large area of flat land
  • foil -- noun: a thin metal sheet used to wrap things

3rd grade U5 ( L4-6)

  • flame -- the hot burning gas that rises from an object that is on fire
  • memorable -- worth remembering; likely to be remembered
  • fashionable -- following the latest style; popular
  • memory -- something you remember from the past
  • fashion -- the latest style of clothing, or the popular way of acting
  • flammable -- able to catch fire easily and burn quickly

3rd grade U5 (L7-8)

  • foul -- unpleasant; very dirty; polluted
  • fowl -- birds raised for eggs and meat, such as chickens, turkeys, or ducks
  • veil -- a mask, scarf, or cover
  • minor -- a young person
  • vale -- a valley
  • miner -- someone who works in a mine

3rd grade U6 (L1-3)

  • forecast -- a weather prediction; to predict the weather based on study of weather-related data
  • shower -- brief rainfall
  • frost -- freezing weather; ice particles that form when moisture in the air freezes
  • humid -- damp or moist, such as humid weather
  • moisture -- dampness; tiny drops of water in the air
  • thunderstorm -- a rainstorm with lightning and thunder

3rd grade U6 (L4-6)

  • blizzard -- a heavy snowstorm with strong winds
  • gusty -- windy in short bursts
  • hurricane -- a powerful storm with very high winds and heavy rain
  • aftermath -- the result of an event; the period after a disastrous event
  • sleet -- frozen or partly frozen rain
  • rubble -- broken pieces of stone or brick that remain after a building is destroyed

3rd grade U6 (L7-8)

  • editor -- n. one who prepares material to be published or presented; one who revises written work
  • educate -- v. to teach or instruct; to provide schooling
  • edit -- v. to prepare material for publication or presentation; to revise written work
  • donor -- n. one who gives or contributes
  • donate -- v. to give or to contribute
  • educator -- n. one who teaches, instructs, or provides schooling

4th Grade - Feb 13

  • annoy --
  • across --
  • against --
  • among --
  • angry --
  • another --
  • account --
  • advice --
  • alert --
  • anger --
  • annual --
  • above --
  • addition --
  • ahead --
  • amount --

4th Grade - Feb 22

  • apiece --
  • arguing --
  • author --
  • award --
  • basic --
  • answer --
  • argue --
  • arose --
  • avoid --
  • badge --
  • apple --
  • arithmetic --
  • avenue --
  • aware --
  • basket --

4th Grade - Feb 29

  • brain --
  • breath --
  • battle --
  • beggar --
  • board --
  • bottle --
  • brave --
  • basketball --
  • beetle --
  • blank --
  • borrow --
  • branch --
  • beast --
  • blame --
  • boast --

4th Grade - March 7

  • cellar --
  • bucket --
  • calm --
  • careless --
  • celery --
  • central --
  • bubble --
  • cactus --
  • cannon --
  • caution --
  • center --
  • bridge --
  • burst --
  • canal --
  • cattle --

4th grade 1

  • annual --
  • above --
  • addition --
  • ahead --
  • amount --
  • annoy --
  • across --
  • against --
  • among --
  • angry --
  • another --
  • account --
  • advice --
  • alert --
  • anger --

4th grade U10 Part1

  • throat --
  • inadequate --
  • tomorrow --
  • growth --
  • coastal --
  • foe --
  • incorrect --
  • bowling --
  • boastful --
  • oboe --
  • insane --
  • thrown --
  • approach --

4th grade U10 Part2

  • incomplete --
  • evaluate --
  • ready --
  • valuable --
  • across --
  • Nevada --
  • value --
  • valueless --
  • New York --

4th grade U11 Part1

  • solar --
  • blindfold --
  • diagnose --
  • bicycle --
  • global --
  • soldier --
  • decompose --
  • telescope --
  • biweekly --
  • buffalo --
  • trombone --
  • episode --
  • biannual --

4th grade U11 Part2

  • erupt --
  • Oklahoma --
  • bimonthly --
  • disrupt --
  • tongue --
  • interrupt --
  • league --
  • New Mexico --
  • rupture --

4th grade U12 Part1

  • encircle --
  • underneath --
  • brief --
  • motivate --
  • injustice --
  • redeem --
  • gravity --
  • exercise --
  • erode --
  • misconduct --
  • monkey --
  • magnify --
  • remote --

4th grade U12 Part2

  • interrupting --
  • subscribe --
  • disobey --
  • respect --
  • valuables --

4th grade U3 (A)

  • slight -- adj : thin or delicate
  • dreadful -- adj : causing or involving great fear ,suffering, or unhappiness
  • narrow -- adj : of slender width
  • awful -- adj : very bad or unpleasant
  • slender -- adj : thin or slim
  • horrid -- adj: causing horror

4th grade U3 (B)

  • rapid -- adj: very fast
  • extensive -- adj: covering or affecting a large area
  • urgent -- adj: calling for immediate action or attention
  • considerable -- adj: notably large in size,amount,or extent
  • prompt -- adj: ready and quick to act
  • vast -- adj: of great extent or quantity, immense

4th grade U3 (C)

  • essential -- adj: important in the highest degree
  • necessary -- adj: required to be done,achieved, or needed
  • critical -- adj: very important
  • regard -- verb: consider or thinking of someone or something in a particular way
  • adore -- verb: to be fond of
  • respect -- noun: a feeling of admiring someone or something that is good

4th grade U3 L1

  • buzzes --
  • glasses --
  • recommends --
  • invents --
  • diminishes --
  • emblems --
  • connects --
  • mixes --
  • crunches --
  • infants --
  • disagree --

4th grade U3 L2

  • interact --
  • enough --
  • disrespect --
  • actor --
  • rough --
  • new hampshire --
  • discomfort --
  • act --
  • react --
  • arkansas --
  • disappear --

4th grade U4 (B)

  • perch -- v:to be on something, typically high and easy to fall from
  • seep --  v.: to flow slowly through small openings
  • expose -- v :to leave something without protection or covering; to reveal
  • splendor --  n.: great or impressive beauty
  • bulge -- v:to stick out in a lump; to be over-filled with something
  • crafty -- adj. :clever in a dishonest way

4th grade U4 (C)

  • lodging -- n.: temporary place to sleep
  • bashful -- adj.: nervous, awkward, or shy around other people
  • yonder --  adverb: over there
  • inflict -- v.: to cause someone to experience something painful
  • vale --  n.: a valley
  • tremendous -- adj.: surprising because of size or power

4th grade U4 L1

  • prehistoric --
  • fragrant --
  • waiting --
  • essay --
  • scale --
  • bacon --
  • layer --
  • exhale --
  • danger --
  • sustain --
  • erase --

4th grade U4 L2

  • preview --
  • transport --
  • although --
  • prefix --
  • import --
  • though --
  • maine --
  • precaution --
  • export --
  • portable --
  • mississippi --

4th grade U5

  • subway --
  • weightless --
  • weighing --
  • survey --
  • steakhouse --
  • subtitle --
  • neighborly --
  • obey --
  • daybreak --
  • submarine --
  • flex --
  • eighteen --
  • freighter --
  • convey --
  • substandard --

4th grade U5 (A)

  • community --  n.: a group of living things in one place
  • energy --  n.: ability to do work
  • climate --  n.: average weather conditions of a given region
  • consumer -- n.: a living thing that eats other leaving things or particles
  • attract -- v: to pull toward, to draw near
  • conduction --  n: movement of heat or electricity through something

4th grade U5 (B)

  • force --  n: energy put forth
  • induction --  n: the application of an electric charge to an object by being near a charged object
  • dense --  adj: having high mass; thick
  • friction --  n: force that causes moving objects to slow down
  • repel --  v: to force objects apart
  • population --  n: a group of people or animals

4th grade U5 (C)

  • innate -- adj: not learned; present since birth
  • pressure --  n: the application of force
  • shock --  n: the effect of a strong electrical current passing through a person or animal
  • producer --  n: a living thing that makes its own food that can be eaten by others
  • scavenger --  n: an organism that feeds on dead matter
  • resistance --  n: opposite or slowing force

4th grade U5 Part 2

  • inflexible --
  • pennsylvania --
  • flexible --
  • bought --
  • reflex --
  • texas --

4th grade U6 (A)

  • swarm -- v. to gather and move in a throng
  • scarce -- adj. lacking; not plentiful
  • rage -- v. to be out of control and angry
  • vice -- v. a fault or weakness
  • scuttle -- v. scurry
  • neglect -- v. to give little time to

4th grade U6 (B)

  • parched --  adj.: thirsty
  • remedy -- n.: a treatment or correction
  • tread -- v.: to walk over
  • seldom -- adverb: not often
  • stagger -- v.: to move on in an unsteady manner
  • merit --  n.: worth or value

4th grade U6 (C)

  • brood -- v. to think anxiously about something
  • weary --  adj. worn out; lacking strength or energy
  • glum -- adj. sad and gloomy
  • endure --  v. to allow patiently
  • toil -- v. to work long and hard
  • hostile -- adj. unfriendly; dangerously mean

4th grade U6 Part 1

  • eighty --
  • habitat --
  • sandboxes --
  • major --
  • absent --
  • cashed --
  • afraid --
  • skimmed --
  • contests --

4th grade U6 Part 2

  • preorder --
  • creating --
  • transporting --
  • disapprove --
  • unlucky --
  • action --
  • breaking --
  • reproduce --
  • magnets --

4th grade U7 Part 1

  • freedom --
  • evening --
  • determine --
  • eager --
  • extreme --
  • remain --
  • breathe --
  • chimpanzee --
  • disarm --
  • reduce --
  • plead --

4th grade U7 Part 2

  • disregard --
  • construction --
  • answer --
  • alabama --
  • dishonest --
  • structure --
  • obstruction --
  • tennessee --
  • disable --
  • instruct --
  • listen --

4th grade U8 Part 1

  • greedy --
  • chimney --
  • achieve --
  • ceiling --
  • enrich --
  • agency --
  • thief --
  • receive --
  • endanger --
  • fantasy --
  • attorney --
  • believe --
  • enjoy --
  • entangle --

4th grade U9 Part 1

  • tiger --
  • dynamite --
  • recognize --
  • enlighten --
  • misjudge --
  • identify --
  • fright --
  • excitement --
  • misprint --
  • license --
  • analyze --
  • apologize --
  • misspell --

4th grade U9 Part 2

  • misfortune --
  • spectator --
  • everyone --
  • spectacles --
  • patient --
  • Rhode Island --
  • inspect --
  • prospect --
  • South Carolina --

5th grade 1

  • approve --
  • achieve --
  • activity --
  • afterthought --
  • apparel --
  • appoint --
  • able --
  • action --
  • aftermath --
  • apartment --
  • appliance --
  • acoustics --
  • advertisement --
  • anoint --
  • appear --

Unit 2 words A & B

  • unfasten -- to make loose
  • cling -- to hold on to or to grab something
  • similar -- having qualities in common
  • various -- many different kids of things
  • clench -- to hold fast, to close tightly
  • coward -- to be scared
  • diverse -- unlike, differing from on another
  • hail -- call out to someone or to attract attention
  • gallant -- spirited, brave, courageous
  • courageous -- to be brave
  • dismiss -- to send away
  • summon -- to call to do something

Unit 2 words C

  • faint -- adjective: weak,dizzy, likely to collapse
  • glimpse -- verb: to take a brief look
  • feeble -- adjective: weak or not strong
  • gaze -- verb: to stare, to set eyes on something
  • stout -- adjective: strong
  • peek -- verb: to look quickly or cautiously
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